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Horn connector identification


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Long shot I know, but does anyone know what the name of the connector on the horn is called -- oval shape with two pin connectors internally -- or the plug in part on the wire? Had a look at some electric component catalogs but there are millions.

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Your right, long shot.

But somewhere I saw a guide to basic or maybe detail classifications of plug types. Google "electrical plug typs wiki" add descriptors as needed I.E" ... GERMAN..." .If you can wield a soldiering iron, why not just pick up a male and female plug at radio shack of about the right size and splice them in. And of course if you have time and inclination, go to a junkyard and rip one out of a VW.

Regards PK

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Long shot I know, but does anyone know what the name of the connector on the horn is called -- oval shape with two pin connectors internally -- or the plug in part on the wire? Had a look at some electric component catalogs but there are millions.

Horn or airbag connector?

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It's the driving horn/fanfare at the wire/horn connection under the front bumper. I picked up a cheap replacement set of horns off of Ebay as the connectors looked the same but the internal pins are small spade connectors rather than the pin connectors that the Boxster has. I'll probably go to the local OPC and get a Porsche set today but I am now like a dog with a bone about what type of connectors these are, can you adapt them for a Porsche, etc.

Will look at PKs link in the meantime, thanks.

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