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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 08-07-2018, 03:37 AM
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Female Connectors

I found the Model: 6180-2451 (this is a Sumitomo number) from a Chinese Ebay vendor. Here I get 10 female connectors for $5.54 with free delivery. The catch is I ordered them at the beginning of the month and I will have to wait until the middle of the month for delivery.
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I found the acc socket under the seat and I pulled the blank plug off and I went to my Honda dealer and he gave me 3 female pins.
Once I crimped the wires onto the pins, I pushed the pins into the blank plug and then it went into the acc plug and now I have a switch power outlet. My dealer had a plastic bin full of these pins so I would think most repair shops would have them, too bad Radio Shank is no longer around. Good luck

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A quick cheap & very durable fix would have been to simply use a couple of posi-lock connectors .....That is just what I did. Very good product ! : https://www.posi-products.com/posilock.html

I am still waiting for delivery HM 90 connectors from China and I am getting impatient. What color posi-tap works best for tapping into the accessory harness located in the glove box?
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I found the acc socket under the seat and I pulled the blank plug off and I went to my Honda dealer and he gave me 3 female pins.
Thanks for this post JackB. I did the same thing and got the same results 🙂
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