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    Looking for brand new pins for the SMJ plug by the driver side clutch pedal. Has this ever been figured out? Some people say dealer but I don't recall talking to anybody at Courtesy Parts (local dealer) that would even know what an SMJ was and their online fsm wiring section does NOT get that specific at all. Any help would be great, don't like wires with a bunch of solder joints. Thanks!

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    I have a cut up harness with SMJ if you need it for any reason.

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    • #3
      I appreciate the offer very much but I'm looking for a solution to relocating fuseboxes. To avoid soldering to oe wires that are pinned into an SMJ I'm looking to make new leads via new pin and wire from the smj to the front of the car so there's no solder joints. Again thank you very much though!

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      • #4
        I know for GM you can buy pins for any of the plugs, and a special tool that crimps the pins in the same manner as factory. Both tool and pins are prohibitively expensive unless you have a buddy at the dealer who can just get them from the parts room.

        They are not a "part numbered part" per say.. the dealer pays for them through the "shop fee" on every ticket. Its just a big parts organizer full of tons of different pins.
        1992 LS13
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        • #5
          The dealer will have them, but you probably don't want to talk to the parts counter guy. Housings, pins, and pig tails are in little organizer bins out in the shop area for when the techs crush something. The master techs and/or team leaders will know what's up.
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          • #6
            Those "service" trays can be had, they just arent very cheap, they're sold by the SPX company.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Epstein View Post
              The dealer will have them, but you probably don't want to talk to the parts counter guy. Housings, pins, and pig tails are in little organizer bins out in the shop area for when the techs crush something. The master techs and/or team leaders will know what's up.
              Thank you! Gonna head that way tomorrow. Whats the best approach, just have plug numbers in mind via FSM callouts?

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              • #8
                ugh they all had wire leads on them, defeats the purpose :\

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                • #9
                  I haven't been close and personal with an SMJ connector in a while but if ou can figure out the manufacturer then there is a good change you can find a pin that will work here...

                  http://www.bmotorsports.com/shop/ind...g1jb87gn4f5u44
                  S12 || N13 || S13 || B16

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                  • #10
                    That site is my new ****...as I am anal about wiring also and have always tried to do things the way stuart is.

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                    • #11
                      Wow, great site! We should compile any info found out for sure here although iirc most nissan is sumitomo? Just gotta figure out styles and #s. For this customer I couldn't wait any longer and unfortunately had to solder but would like info for the future, will start researching. Thanks for site link!

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                      • #12
                        Here are two more good resources i just found this morning.

                        http://easternbeaver.com/index.html

                        http://www.newunitedracetech.com/shop/
                        S12 || N13 || S13 || B16

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                        • #13
                          http://connectors-catalog.sys.yzk.co...list&select=05

                          nice links! some searching turned up this one as well but further searching on the sites required

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                          • #14
                            I vote sticky and retitle as Connector/Terminal Links or something..or make a new thread and compile it all.

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                            • #15
                              Thread for it already:
                              http://nissanroadracing.com/showthread.php?t=2169
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