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ciaonzo

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With harnesses you go by the plastic to determine male/female. Doesn't matter what's going on inside with the spades or lugs. Your photo shows female plastic. You're looking for male plastic. Baby.
 
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With harnesses you go by the plastic to determine male/female. Doesn't matter what's going on inside with the spades or lugs. Your photo shows female plastic. You're looking for male plastic. Baby.
Thank you for the clarification. Any ideas where I can find the correct plug that would fit this? Trying to splice in a capacitor without having to pull out the pod behind the knee panel.
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ciaonzo

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Thank you for the clarification. Any ideas where I can find the correct plug that would fit this? Trying to splice in a capacitor without having to pull out the pod behind the knee panel.
Espinoza gets the credit for that one.

Can't say I've seen those around but you might try DigiKey or Mouser. Parts Express might even have them. Not sure, though.
 

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