Rambler,... it looks to me like the V and X sockets have different pin widths.
A DYI 07PAZ-0010100? That's cool.Say, does anyone need an MES tool? I have some 2P receptacles and the G00 pins. Just need a switch.
No, not yet. Do you have a pic? I can't see why it would be different. It looks like the familiar shape from the drawing. Unless it's yellow, with the push-pull type lock. (SRS)NBP, have you tried inserting the 04320-SP0-A00 or -B00 into the X plug? Given the size of the connector at the end of the correct (though as yet unidentified) Honda pigtail, I would have guessed that the 04320-SP0-x00 wouldn't fit in the plug shell.
A DYI 07PAZ-0010100? That's cool.
One of those terminals is the one we all are looking for. I know, do you?Marky wants to hack the individual connectors.
You will need a copy of Service Bulletin 00-099 (A00-099.pdf), which covers these topics:
• How to Replace Connector Terminals
• How to Install New Terminals
• How to Install Pigtail Terminals
• Pigtail Terminal Selection Chart
• Checking for Poor Fit of Terminals
Also see the Honda Electrical Connector Catalog (P/N 13CNNA-3).
Terminal Inspection Feeler Tool Set, T/N 07XAJ-001000A,
includes Pin Tools A (07JAZ-002010A), B (07JAZ-002020A),
C (07JAZ-002030A), D (07JAZ-002040A), E (07JAZ-002050A),
F (07JAZ-002060A), G (07JAZ-002070A).
Terminal Pin Kit A: T/N 07JAZ-003000B, which
contains Pin Tool Set T/N 07JAZ-002000A, Crimper
T/N 07JAZ-001020A, and various terminals.
Terminal Pin Kit B: T/N 07QAZ-003020B, which
contains Crimper Tool Set T/N 07NGZ-001010A (used
on splice connectors only), Heat Gun T/N 07NGZ-
001020A, various terminals, and splice connectors.
Terminal Pin Update Kit, T/N 07XAZ-002000A
which includes 25 each of the following terminals:
No, I don't know. What's the part number for the pigtail that fits in the X connector?
Not pigtail, terminal. I don't think there is one, I can't find the pigtail.One of those terminals is the one we all are looking for.
OK, that's great! Was hoping for a pigtail because Honda's instructions for crimping the terminals are so exacting.
NismoGriff, getting an X connector from a junkyard is certainly an option, as is getting a new, prewired X connector from the source that NBP linked to. Dunno about making a DIY kit, though, since this mod only requires adding two lines to the existing harness. Replacing the harness in toto doesn't seem necessary.