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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-01-2012, 10:05 AM Thread Starter
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OEM electrical connectors

Does anyone know of a source for the OEM type electrical connectors.

Specifically I need the male ends for the turn signals, because I have some turn signals on the panier rack, that I am installing, that I want to plug in.

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Eastern Beaver may have what you need.
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post #3 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-01-2012, 12:11 PM
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yes, they are Sumitomo .050 connectors from Eastern Beaver.
I bought them and use them.

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Yes, Yes that is what I need. Thanks much

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How about the connectors on a 2016 650? I want to make a jumper between the tail light and the harness so I can splice in an LED bar on my license plate with tail/brake lights without cutting into the existing wires. I could do that but I hate cutting wires if I don't have to, so I need the specific male and female connector to make this happen. There's just too many possibilities by simply looking at online pictures. Does anyone know the actual connector used?
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I'm no help with the connector question, but I recently wired up a set of Hyperlites on my Gen 3 using Posi-Locks. Very easy to use and might be the best option next to solder. I don't like cutting into the factory wiring, either, but at least Posi-Locks make me confident nothing is going to vibrate loose or short-out.

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How about the connectors on a 2016 650? I want to make a jumper between the tail light and the harness so I can splice in an LED bar on my license plate with tail/brake lights without cutting into the existing wires. I could do that but I hate cutting wires if I don't have to, so I need the specific male and female connector to make this happen. There's just too many possibilities by simply looking at online pictures. Does anyone know the actual connector used?
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How about the connectors on a 2016 650? ....
Here's what I did on my '15 to add some brake-lights that won't be "blocked" by my camping gear.
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Ive been buying sumitomo mt09 2-3-4-6 pin connectors. 2 pin ones are standard to connect front auxiliary lights


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I think for the rear light the connector is 3 Position .090 Waterproof MT Connector



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