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Old 07-05-2011, 09:01 PM
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Default FYI - Chrysler Electrical Connectors

I came across some useful info since I had to redo part of my electrical on my 2001 T&C.

There is a shortage of info on Chrysler connectors on the web.

Most of the connectors are made by FCI.
http://portal.fciconnect.com/portal/...ublic/HomePage

You can look up the original Chrysler electrical connector repair kits here:

http://dto.vftis.com/mopar/disclaimer.asp

You can view a picture of the Chrysler electrical connectors here:
http://starparts.chrysler.com/starli...navigation.htm

Once you have the correct part number you can order from
a dealer or online.

Alternatively, you can order the connector pieces if you know the FCI part number.

The 4th gen & 5th gen vans mostly use FCI Apex connectors.

FCI Apex product overview:
http://portal.fciconnect.com/res/en/...verview_V3.pdf

The connectors with the front red red lock are the APEX 1.5 series

The 4th gen connectors with the red side lock are the FCI APEX 2.8 series.
http://www.ttiinc.com/object/fci_transportation_apex

Some of the smaller 3 & 4 way connectors are the FCI Apex 1.2 series.
http://portal.fciconnect.com/portal/...e_Sensomate1.2

The PCM uses the Tyco Amp SuperSeal (Tyco is now TE Connectivity)
http://www.powerandsignal.com/Images...Connectors.pdf

You can get the FCI numbers for the housings and pins in this guide:
http://www.ttiinc.com/object/fci-ape...ems-guide.html

This also explains how to pull the pins out.

Mouser is a good place to order the parts from.

Use a good open barrel crimper to crimp them and you should not have any problems
Click the image to open in full size. http://www.amazon.com/Sargent-Crimpe.../dp/B0000WUN1O

Apex 2.8 crimp guidelines.

http://www.ttiinc.com/docs/IO/15979/...s_Ver_10.2.pdf

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Old 02-16-2012, 01:07 AM
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Wow, great information. Thanks.

Usually if I can't find the electrical connectors I need quickly, I just cut them off and get my hands on some circular push pull connectors, usually plastic electrical connectors and just repin them myself.

Female Solder Cable Receptacle, Plastic Circular Push-Pull Electrical Connectors
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