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Nismo, yes they did work; am trying to help others. Trevor, thanks for checking.
Ahh, ok. I was starting to think that I pulled the pins out of the plug for the passenger door lock instead of the x connector.
 

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The 30 "samples" I ordered from Tyco for the 040 style arrived. I was able to crimp wires on and install in the X connector. see drawing

I did have to file the little nub off to get it to slide in. Good news is I have many extra avalible.
Now I just need the ones that fit the control....
Dan were did you buy them from?
 

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Great find, Gambling Element. That was the last piece of the puzzle.

The wiper switch plug pigtails are 04320-SP0-A00 and 04320-SP0-B00 (same connector, different wire gauges). Try H and A first, but those numbers should work for other vendors as well.

Update, 08/23/2010
The Metra 71-1721 pigtail does not fit. Use the Metra 71-7992.
 
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... it looks to me like the V and X sockets have different pin widths.
Rambler,

There is a only slight difference in width between the pins. I am using the B00 sockets successfully in the wiper plug and the 4P "V" block plug.

The 4P plug is an empty shell, just like the rest.

Say, does anyone need an MES tool? I have some 2P receptacles and the G00 pins. Just need a switch.

Richard
 

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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.

Say, does anyone need an MES tool? I have some 2P receptacles and the G00 pins. Just need a switch.
A DYI 07PAZ-0010100? That's cool.
 
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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.
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)

It seems every time I do anything under the dash, ..........airbag light.
 
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I see it now. Looks like the "Q" block on the front is the same as the "Y" block on the back. I looked at the "Q" block, and you're right. The B00 sockets are too large. So, we know all the possible part numbers, and we can do some process of elimination. Shouldn't be too difficult.
 
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Say Rambler,

I know four years is a long time ago for us youngins', but you don't remember your own words solving this current dilemma? Do you remember this thread? These are your words:
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).

PARTS INFORMATION

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:
P/N 07JAZ-001320A
P/N 07JAZ-001330A
P/N 07JAZ-001340A
P/N 07JAZ-001350A
P/N 07JAZ-001360A
P/N 07JAZ-001370A
P/N 07JAZ-001380A
P/N 07JAZ-001400A
P/N 07JAZ-001410A
One of those terminals is the one we all are looking for. I know, do you?

Well, forget about the terminals. The really inexpensive solution is on the last post, and even cheaper on Ebay. Better hurry, only three left from this vendor.


Here's another nice find:

Male Terminal:
P/N 07JAZ-001030A
Female Terminal:
P/N 07JAZ-001040A
Pigtail with male terminal: P/N 04320-SP0-H00
Pigtail with female terminal: P/N 04320-SP0-B00

If H00 goes with B00, theeen G00 goes with A00? Seems logical.
 

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I commend you both on your effort to find the proper "oem pigtail" but I have to ask, is it that hard to pick one up at a local salvage yard? You guys got me thinking I should go get a bunch of both ends and premake the harness' and sell them :D
 

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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.
 

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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.

It was pretty much a joke. :) I know what is required to install it and I know how simple it was (for me at least) to get the connectors at the salvage yard, that is kind of why I don't understand the persuit of the all illusive OEM terminal.

I literally probably have hundreds of the terminals that are used on the column side laying around my shop, I just had to go to the yard and get the x connector pigtail, which they gave to me. I made a little sub harness with the proper terminals on each end, then loomed it up, plugged in the connectors and zip tied the sub harness to the existing wiring in the E.

I wish I had the time to do the kind of research you guys are doing.
 
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