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Old 12-19-2007, 09:40 PM
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Anyone know where I can get a 10-pin plug with pigtail? One was damaged when my engines were removed, and a whole new harness is about $600. If I can get just this part, I can splice it in. Hardin Marine lists a straight one with a square mounting flange, but I need a 90 degree one with just a raised flange.

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You can not just splice the wire?
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CP is the only one that I know of that sells it and like you said, they only have the straight one. I had looked in the past for a 90* one and could never find one. If you find one, please let me know where you got it from.
You may a used one on ebay. I have seen harnesses in the past. Also try a place called the Boat Yard. They are in Marrero, La. WWW.theboatyardinc.com or 888-245-1255. Hope this helps, Eddie.
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I saw a 55 gal drum full of them @ marine surplus in sarasota. Not much help if you are in Va though.
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If someone doesn't mind stopping by and picking up a scrap harness for me, I'll pay up to $50. I just need to make sure the plug is OK, and the metal sockets have not been ripped out.
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You can not just splice the wire?
No. The entire metal socket (and about 1/2" of wire...) got pulled completely out of the molded connector when it got unplugged from the boat harness.
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Anyone know where I can get a 10-pin plug with pigtail? One was damaged when my engines were removed, and a whole new harness is about $600. If I can get just this part, I can splice it in. Hardin Marine lists a straight one with a square mounting flange, but I need a 90 degree one with just a raised flange.

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I have the pig tail from my 7.4l 454 that i am not using. Let me know if this will work for you.
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I need the straight connector half that is mount to the boat. (The half that has the male pins) if anyone has it.

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I got one on Ebay a few months ago, Both the one on the motor and the complete harness to the dash, You might look
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