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Hello all I looking for a 12 pin connector for my 86 dodge Omni, the wires are braking off the one I've gotten, any body that has one PLEASE contact me at my pm address. Thank u. Errol
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Re: 12 pin connector

Sorry, but I'm drawing a blank on what uses a 12 pin connector. What's this for?
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The 12 pin connector is off a 1986 Dodge Omni turbo. Thanks for responding. Errol
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No, I mean what component is it for? What does this connector plug in to? Can you provide a picture?
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Its for the power module. It must come off a turbo car, the NA connector is short one wire.
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Re: 12 pin connector

I kind of thought that, but I kept thinking it was a 14 wire connector. I have SMEC on the brain.

Sorry Errol, I can't help you with that particular connector. Is the plastic still good so you could just re-pin it? Or is the entire connector falling apart?
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THE PLASTIC IS IN PERFECT WORKIN ORDER IT'S JUST THE WIRE THAT BROKEN OFF RIGHT AT THE PLUG. AND I CAN'T SEEM TO THINK OF A WAY TO CONNECT THE SILLY THING. Errol
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How would re pin it?
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Re: 12 pin connector

There should be a plastic tab that holds the pin into the connector. I don't have one in front of me to describe in detail, but moving the tab should allow you to remove the pin. Then just find another pin/wire in a car at the junkyard that will work and splice it in. If I had to guess, I'd say those pins are probably similar to other ones used on Chrysler cars across other generations, regardless of engine choice. Anything with a PM or a SMEC (I think) should work. Maybe they were used in other spots too. I'm not entirely sure. You may even be able to just solder a new piece of wire on once you get the pin out.

Each pin will have its own tiny tab inside the connector that holds it in place somehow. I'll look at my '89 when I get home tonight and see how the pins are held in if nobody gets back to you sooner.

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There should be a plastic tab that holds the pin into the connector. I don't have one in front of me to describe in detail, but moving the tab should allow you to remove the pin. Then just find another pin/wire in a car at the junkyard that will work and splice it in. If I had to guess, I'd say those pins are probably similar to other ones used on Chrysler cars across other generations, regardless of engine choice. Anything with a PM or a SMEC (I think) should work. Maybe they were used in other spots too. I'm not entirely sure. You may even be able to just solder a new piece of wire on once you get the pin out.

Each pin will have its own tiny tab inside the connector that holds it in place somehow. I'll look at my '89 when I get home tonight and see how the pins are held in if nobody gets back to you sooner.
The 10 and 12 pin power module connectors are really not meant to be re-pinned. The wire that exits the connector and the base of the conductor is actually molded into the white plastic connector such that the metal conductor inside the connector can not be removed easily at all.
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Re: 12 pin connector

Thanks for the info my brother. Very useful. Regards Errol
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The 10 and 12 pin power module connectors are really not meant to be re-pinned. The wire that exits the connector and the base of the conductor is actually molded into the white plastic connector such that the metal conductor inside the connector can not be removed easily at all.
Nothing a little ingenuity can't overcome. Fixing one pin is bound to be easier than cutting and splicing all 12 wires.
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Re: 12 pin connector

This is the last one I have available.

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