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Anyone recognize this connector?

Anyone recognize this connector?

Anyone recognize this connector?

It's for a Doosan excavator, engine shutoff motor, part number 2523-9016. I'm trying to adapt this motor to my machine, and would like to make an adapter harness. A lot of searching online has not turned up anything, and the factory has been unresponsive. Hoping someone might recognize what it is.

RE: Anyone recognize this connector?

Take the motor or a photo of the connector to an auto parts store, and look at the rows of blister- packed 'pigtails' sold for repair purposes.

You might get lucky.

Example: Ford had a switch on the tip of its master cylinders for a while, associated with some safety system or other.
The switch would occasionally overheat enough to start a fire, even with key off.
The switch was available over any Ford parts counter.
The mating connector, burned too badly to use, was available from Ford only as part of a very expensive harness.
As it happens, the exact same connector was available at Pep Boys, as a pigtail for mating with a Bosch fuel injector.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: Anyone recognize this connector?

Thanks. I'll give that a try.

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