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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Cabral View Post
    I appreciate it.

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    You're welcome.
    May God's grace bless you in the Lord Jesus Christ.

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    What's the connector & pins on the wiring side of the ignition plug? I would like to add a Hall-Effect crank sensor. It is this connector, https://www.holley.com/products/fuel.../parts/558-306, but that's a bit rich for me. I'm sure it has been mentioned, but I did not see it mentioned. Thank you.

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    That mating Ignition Connector is a black, ten cavity Delphi Metri-Pack 150 Series connector with ten male terminals.
    http://www.powerandsignal.com/docs/D...%20Catalog.pdf (Delphi Connection Systems Catalog - Page 2.17)

    FYI: These Delphi Metri-Pack connectors are color coded with corresponding slots.
    If plugging into an existing connector, the color of the connector isn't a "choice".
    May God's grace bless you in the Lord Jesus Christ.

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    Great, thank you! Ordered.

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    Hi Danny, great thread!
    Would you be able to clear up some confusion that I have as far as the CAM/CRANK & MAP sensor plugs on the 558-102 harness that's in the 550-602N kit.
    The CAM/CRANK are a 3-pin/wire "oval shaped" connector with a purple seal and a BLACK connector body.
    The MAP sensor is also a 3-pin/wire "oval shaped" connector with a purple seal but a GRAY connector body.
    The alignment orientation seems to be opposite when comparing the Black body to the Gray body, which makes sense so you can not plug one into the other.

    In the Power & Signal PDF catalog on the top of page 2.14, it shows this exact style of a connector but only in a 2-pin/wire configuration.
    The part numbers are 12052641 for the black body 2-wire female connector and the mating body is the 12162000. I searched on these part numbers and ended up at the Waytek website. If you go to the Waytek website and their catalog page 50. (See link.)
    http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/wayt.../index.php#/50

    They show an exploded view of the style of connector, but here's my question/dilemma. As soon as you put in the part numbers for the 3-pin/wire connectors, it defaults to the second design connector style that's at the bottom of the Power & Signal PDF file on page 2.14, and so they are not correct. The "second" design as I see it has the hook and a bridge type of interlock.

    Further if you go to the following links:
    https://www.eficonnection.com/home/p...male-connector
    https://www.eficonnection.com/home/p...male-connector
    They show in the picture the correct style of mating connectors (used in the Holley main harness), so it looks like they are available.

    Can you tell me what this connector style is called or style it is referred to and what the GM/Delphi part numbers are for them? I thought the designation was 16V/14A as a special connector. From reading the Power & Signal PDF file, it looks like this style of male/female connector shares the same 1.5mm pins like a "standard" 150 Metri-Pack connector. Thank you.

    Here are pictures of the connectors on the Holley harness showing the "oval" shaped ends and "clip" style connectors. It is I believe the same design as the CAN Bus 2-pin/wire connector. On a side note, the mating connector to the CAN connector is the 2-pin/wire KNOCK connector.
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