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I'm after the plug which will fit this Socket so I can sort my Td5 gauges.

I haven't found any makers marks/name on the grey socket, it only has a bar code label with 10926067838 printed on it, I even tried a Google & Ask search for the barcode but get 'nothing found' even looked on RS & Tyco websites & still haven't found a match :rolleyes:

my wanted ad. the part I want is Connector Male C1048

If any one knows of a Td5 main loom being scrapped Please let me know as I'd like to get the plug to fit this socket.

otherwise I'll have to chop it off :blink: & fit another type of multiway connector.

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I haven't a clue but I know a man that might know...

Have a look at www.REEDX.net.

Ask Colin. I know he was trying to get TD5 connectors some time ago. I don't know if he was successful or not.

HTH

mike

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Ralph,

The connector you have is the Male half (denoted by the gender of it's terminals)

It's a Sumitomo HD Series 14-way connector, Pt. No. M(6098-0254)

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The Female half you're looking for is Pt. No. F(6098-0253)

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and the terminals (receptacles) to fit are -

F(8240-4412) for 0.3mm2 cable

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and F(8240-4422) for 0.5 - 1.25 mm2 cable

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Here's a link to the Sumitomo HD Series Connector Catalogue - http://www.sws.co.jp/en/product/connector/pdf/nwp_hd.pdf

I picked-up a complete 2001 > Freelander loom (to cannibalise) at one of the shows last year and it's got the connector you're looking for on it -

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You're more than welcome to it.

Paul.

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Hi Paul, Yes please if you don't need it, A massive thank you for the information :i-m_so_happy:

Pm sent :D

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Ah no Paul, you're spoiling Ralph ;)

Happy bunny now Ralph ? :)

Mo

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Ah no Paul, you're spoiling Ralph ;)

Happy bunny now Ralph ? :)

Mo

will be when it gets here & I can get the temp gauge sorted :D

found they have a office at South Marston near my Mum's, I'll be up there later this week too.

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Ralph,

I'll stick it in the post, first thing on Monday.

I'll leave about 6" of cable on the back of it - is that enough?

Paul.

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How about putting this in the Tech Archive - this is going to be useful to people in the future!

Si

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Ralph,

The connector you have is the Male half (denoted by the gender of it's terminals)

It's a Sumitomo HD Series 14-way connector, Pt. No. M(6098-0254)

post-148-1214667963_thumb.jpg

The Female half you're looking for is Pt. No. F(6098-0253)

post-148-1214667953_thumb.jpg

and the terminals (receptacles) to fit are -

F(8240-4412) for 0.3mm2 cable

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and F(8240-4422) for 0.5 - 1.25 mm2 cable

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I have found an online supplier of new female terminals F(8240-4422) to suit this Sumitomo 14-way HD Series connector shell, he sells them in sets of 10 x male with 10 x female

Ref: FM090, for $2.90 + P&P, here -

http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__Products/Connectors/090_Connectors/090_connectors.html

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So now if you source a 2nd-hand connector shell from a scrappy, you won't need to splice wires together, you can now just make up a new loom :D

Amongst the other Sumitomo connector sets and terminals that he sells, he also supplies the Sumitomo 10-way HM Series connector used on the post 2002 Defender Hazard Warning Light Switch.

He supplies a connector set, comprising - female shell with 10 x female terminals + male shell, with 10 x male terminals

Ref: 10P090K-SMHM, for $6.49 + P&P, here -

http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__Products/Connectors/090_Connectors/090_connectors.html

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good find Paul :D, my adapted connectors are doing a fine job.

Glad to hear it Ralph :D

I forgot to add that these Sumitomo 090 female terminals F(8240-4422) are also the ones used in some of the Splice Connector Headers found in Land Rover looms.

i.e. C0759 & C0760, that are behind the Discovery 2 instrument binnacle, and are used for instrument/switch illumination and earth -

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Very handy when adding extra binnacle switches.

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