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Old 12-15-2017, 05:47 PM   #1
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I am replacing my water pump, I would like to retain the factory plug. The pins are different than the Casper weather pack pins I have at the house.does anyone know what Entegra used? Name of the pins? Can they be sourced locally (Napa discount auto etc.)
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Tom, when I replaced my water pump, I used standard spade connectors. If I need to change a pump while on a trip, nothing special needed. Plug and play.
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I used automatove spade terminals too.... one side is sort of a pin and the other side is a slot that the pin slides into. Bought at Autozone. Crimped them on with a good crimper tool.

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Picture(s), please?
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My Water pump buses spoade connedtors as well

Howefer ror other jobs I cut and splice where spedial connectors are needed (Cut 'em off the old one)
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You could also use Anderson connectors , but you would have to change both ends.
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I went down to Napa no luck... I ended up opening the crimp an the pins recrim-ing pins on new water pump wires(also soldered) reassembled the plug and it looks factory.
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