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Posted 09 February 2014 - 02:33 PM
I couldn't find them on any of the online parts suppliers even on the diagrams. I am thinking going to a local dealer will end up with the same results. Maybe an upfitter would have access to them?
There is also a plug under the center of the dash some where that that is an upfitter plug for telematics that I wouldn't mind also getting if available.
Posted 14 February 2014 - 05:46 PM
Posted 06 April 2017 - 01:30 PM
I did find the part numbers for those plugs, it is in the body builders manual
I looked at all the manuals, Page 129 didn't show plug numbers on any of them, maybe the manual changed? I have looked every where for the interfacing male plugs to use the Pre-wire harness. The local dealer didn't even know they were there! Anyone have the part numbers for the two 50A two wire plugs and the two 10A four wire plugs?
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Posted 01 June 2017 - 12:55 PM
I never found any mating plug connectors, so I found some large 3/8" female spade wire terminals and made it fit the provided dummie connector that comes provided on the engine compartment side and then just used the same female wire terminal on the inside cab side. I only used the positive wire, I didn't use the negative wire because I just grounded to the chassis when needed. I ran the positive wire to the rear of the driver's side to this fused panel. It is connected to (4) added interior LED lights and provides the two lighter sockets, plus three more switched fused circuits for the future.
Posted 08 June 2017 - 05:52 AM
Posted 08 June 2017 - 03:25 PM
Back to the original question about the upfitter connectors. My local parts guy couldn't find them in Nissan's system even with the part numbers from the body builder guide. It got me thinking that maybe they shipped on the NV. They are there, just pull back the electrical tape and you can disconnect the plug. Here's a link to pics on my Instagram page of the ones under the hood:
Yes, there is a plug casing on the engine compartment side, but there are no metal terminals in it to add wires to. Also, the other side of the plug assembly with the wires in it, is not "live", meaning they are not powered, They are only the engine compartment side of the wires that go thru the firewall to the cab. If you look on the cab side, the same two wires go to a different style plug and there is no female plug in that connector for you to use. The terminals are large 3/8" ones that are hard to find, although I did find them. You have to bring a hot "+" wire from the battery (with a fuse) to that supplied connector and add the 3/8" terminal. When you plug those two back together, you will now have a hot "+" wire on the inside of the cab to use however you want.
Edited by Randucci, 08 June 2017 - 03:41 PM.
Posted 19 July 2017 - 12:19 PM
The same disconnects are used on both the engine side and the cab side even though the upfitter connector is different.
I'm using them on the cab side as well, just without a upfitter connector until I can find it. Slide them on and put electrical tape around the housing to keep dust and dirt out.
Available Amazon and ebay if you search for:
TE CONNECTIVITY / AMP 280755-4 TERMINAL, FEMALE DISCONNECT, 9.53MM, CRIMP (10 pieces)
Pics and write-up on my Instagram page:
You can use mini fuse tap adapters to connect power on the cab side if you need it. Some things will make sense to connect there and some will make sense to connect on the engine side.
Pictures and write up here:
I actually did have the correct disconnects for the four prong connector as well. Search this Amazon or eBay:
Uxcell Metal Female Spade Terminal for Nylon Multi-Pin Connector, 1.5 mm Width 50 Pieces
Write up here:
Edited by Mdsnyder108, 23 July 2017 - 02:56 PM.
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