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Old 03-31-2012, 04:27 PM
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Can anyone tell me the correct name and where I can purchase this connector. It goes in the square connector housing of the stereo speaker adapter on head unit side. Thanks!

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That's a JBL bypass connector.
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That's a JBL bypass connector.
Yes... but what is the trade name of the pin the that is crimped onto the white wire (the arrow is pointing to it)? You can't see it in the pic, but it's broken in half and useless. Cheers.
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All I can tell you is that the connector that is on the radio that is the same gender is made by AMP.
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I've searched all evening and think I came up with something, I hope. The terminal is a GM Micro-Pack Series for 22AWG wire, GM OEM P/N 12040902. It can be found HERE, and it looks like this,



Thanks for your help jelloslug

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