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Thread: GM/Delphi Connect and Cruise connector pin p/n's??

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    GM/Delphi Connect and Cruise connector pin p/n's??

    I'm trying to find someplace that will sell male and female pins for the connectors for my 4L65e tranny harness.
    I know I could just cut off the connectors and use my own. I'd prefer not to.
    Waytek sells them but the min order is 100 pins, think I need 4 different pins.
    Have any of you found a place that will sell as few as 10 pins of each size?

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    JimLev The best I could find is Amazon for 50 pieces each for about $22.

    They are metri-pak 150 series sealed

    manual shift has the male connector you need female part # 12084200

    4 pin and laptop has the female connector you need male part # 12077628

    You will also need seals part # 15324976

    You should not need the tiss 2 pin connector , it is for the 4L80e. I still need to talk to a trans
    person if it will hurt anything if I hook it up.

    I do not know for a fact that the above is correct but it is the best information I have found.


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    Thanks Cecil. I ordered those pins as well as the male pins 12045773 for the C5 connector, inputs for brake light, Cal A/B, cancel OD, Dyno mode.
    My GM Connect and Cruise came with the USB cable and a USB stick that has the tranny software to install on your computer.
    Right, I don't need the TISS.

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    Jim,

    Depending on the size you need there is a store in Carrollton TX called Tanner Electronics that will sell you one pin at a time (.04 cents each). I was just there a couple days ago looking for connectors for my car. There are many kinds of pins and different connectors though so it might be hard for them to find the exact ones you need.

    If they are anything like the connectors on computers or nuclear missiles you should be able to find a pin extractor that would pull the pins from the existing connector. Then you just snap them into the new connector and keep going.


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    Tim & Bob....ouch, I just spent $40 for 50 of the male and 50 of the female pins. I'll save those links for future reference.
    I really only needed a total of 7 pins. Guess I'll be the giving away pins for anyone that needs them for a GM electronic tranny...just PM me and I'll send them.

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