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I am considering a mod and I want to tap into an existing wiring connector. I was looking through the connector end views in the service manual, and it says the connector terminal is not available. However, it does list a part number for a terminated lead. When I enter the number in GM Parts Direct, the description just says wire. Does anyone know what the service manual means by a terminate lead?
 

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it is a wire that has the terminal on the end of it you can get terminals, just the pins for the connectors and connect (solder or crimp) the wire yourself or get a terminated lead the wire and terminal are already connected.
 

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it is a wire that has the terminal on the end of it you can get terminals, just the pins for the connectors and connect (solder or crimp) the wire yourself or get a terminated lead the wire and terminal are already connected.
Thank you. That's what I was thinking it must be. GM wants $6 for the terminated lead, but I found the terminals from Mouser for less than a penny each. I would prefer to crimp my own terminals anyway.
 
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