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    1986 Ford Ranger Wiring

    So I bought a 1986 Ford ranger that needed the body harness completely rebuilt . As I'm ripping out the old harness I noticed something that looks like a wire nut with about 6 wires inside of it. Has anyone seen anything like this? Was this Normal for fords back then ? Or was this the result of...
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    Help with Dell Inspiron N5110 laptop sata connector

    Hello guys i have a Dell Inspiron N5110. My cdrom sata connector was ripped a while ago. Yesterday i decided to fix it because i wanted to buy a ssd and connect my hdd to cdrom socket. But i realized that 2 pins on sata board side was shorted together because their trace was exposed. it was the...
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    Identify this port

    Can anyone identify this port, i want to buy a male connector so i can wire a video out lead. Unfortunately the original cable is now discontinued. Thanks Andy
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    RJ12(?) to 3.5mm

    Hi, real beginner here... I'm looking to convert a 6-pin LAN-style connector (is that 6P6C? RJ12?) to 3.5mm audio jack to connect an amp to speakers etc. I've attached photos so you can see what I'm talking about, but the pin colour from 1-6 is: blue, yellow, green, red, black and white. I have...
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    Sourcing surface mount high current connector

    Hi All I'm having a dilemna at the moment, I have designned a battery balancing circuit and need connector for this that are rated at 10A max per contact perivously I used a SAMTEC IPBT connector which met my requirement the only problem was the height with the connector and the mating half had...
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    Waterproof Target/Pad Connector

    Hi All This is my first post and i am wondering if i can get some help. I am creating a project and looking for preferably a 2 or 3 pin waterproof target/pad connector something like the image below, I do not mind the connection type to the PCB it is more about ensuring that the target is flat...
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    Desperately need to ID this Connector

    Title says it all. I have attached pictures of the socket and header in question. I was only able to find 2 markings on either of them. I am assuming "CND" is the series and "7" referes to the number of positions. I have already searched through the following with no results: Digikey, Mouser...

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