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jsarro

Do you buy them pre-made or make them up yourself?

If you buy them where do you get them from?

If you make them where do you buy the connectors and materials?

Thanks

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GLPointon

Sometimes you can find them used by someone parting out a tractor or make one to the same lengths/size as the old one if its able to be used as a pattern.

What tractor? I have a complete 3400 harness for sale still (I think?)

You can use wire & terminals from any auto parts/tractor store. A soldered terminal is best but if you use crimp-on connectors, I prefer to put heat-shrink on the more critical connections or the hard to reach ones (will save greif later) it keeps water/oxidation out of the crimp....Good luck

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huffy

They make crimp on connectors now with shrink wrap built into them. Handy dandy things.

Jack, have you checked on Jack's to see if you can order a harness, or at your dealer? You can sometimes find them used on eBay. Rokon might have one as well, or another member.

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quote:Originally posted by huffy

They make crimp on connectors now with shrink wrap built into them. Handy dandy things.Jack, have you checked on Jack's to see if you can order a harness, or at your dealer? You can sometimes find them used on eBay. Rokon might have one as well, or another member.


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id="quote">I checked Jack's NLA on both a harness for 7112H or 3210V.What I really need is the harness plug that attaches to the ignition switch under the dash for my 7112H. It is damaged. Where can I buy that plug connector?Huffy can you link to the crimp connectors you mentioned also?

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BLT

I am taking a flyer that the plug you need ia a Packard 2973422 and I think you can get it a your friendly NAPA store along with mating connectors. That plug and connector is about as common as Lincoln's picture on the five dollar bill.:D I am attaching a website for pictorial reference and do not know if they sell low volume.

http://www.pcsconnectors.com/2973422.aspx

I also put a video in case you make an oops so you don't have to go thru a ton of connectors.

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quote:Huffy can you link to the crimp connectors you mentioned also?


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Jack, there's a link to a splice connector below. Basically, they look like ordinary connectors, they just use a different coating that shrinks when you heat it up. They carry a wide variety of them in just about every HD, Lowes, TSC, and auto parts store where I live, so I'd assume they're readily available in your area.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Gardner-Bender-16-14-AWG-Butt-Splice-Heat-Shrinks-7-Pack-AMT-4123/202522597#.UiiQ0ZLVCuI

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