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post #1 of 7 Old 07-28-2015, 10:44 AM Thread Starter
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Electrical Connector Type for Vacuum Pump

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I'm in the process of changing the front bumper out on my '15 JK and I'm probably going to relocate the vacuum pump. My question is this: Instead of cutting and splicing the 2 wires going to the pump, does anyone know what kind of connectors are used so I can make up an extension (thereby leaving the harness as stock)? This may seem like overkill, but I'd like to have it as an option. Not crazy about cutting stock harnesses...
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post #2 of 7 Old 07-28-2015, 11:56 AM
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I'm the same way -- I'd rather spend some time finding the correct connector and make my own harness.

If you can post some pics of the connector (front, back, top and bottom), as well as any markings that are on it, I may be able to track down who it's made by and the series.

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<<UPDATE>>

Pump: Hella UP28

Connector on pump (female): Yazaki # 7283-5575-10
Terminal (pin) for connector: Yazaki # 7116-4152-02 (14AWG)

Connector on harness (male): Yazaki # 7282-5575-10
Terminal (pin) for connector: Yazaki # 7114-4152-02 (14AWG)

Wire seal (2 required ea. con.): Yazaki # 7158-3113-40
Clip / YESC ( ?? ) Yazaki # 7147-5838-30

Haven't found any good pictures of the connectors yet...

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<<UPDATE>>

If anyone is still following this thread and is still interested:

Got the quote from the distributor. Yeah, that's a non-starter. They quoted me for over $1K for the parts and crimp tool. I got in touch with the dealer and they sell a "repair" kit for the male connector (the one attached to the harness) for $39. As far as getting a female connector, seeing as it's attached to the pump (hard wired) they say I'd have to get another pump and use the harness off that. The trick now is to find a failed pump with a good harness. This may seem like a lot of effort when one could simply cut the harness and call it a day, but what if one wanted to keep things stock? That would be a rhetorical question...LOL. Anyway, if I hunt down a bad pump with a good harness, I'll update this thread. Still haven't found any good pictures of the connectors, but still looking just the same...
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<<UPDATE>>

If anyone is still following this thread and is still interested:

Got the quote from the distributor. Yeah, that's a non-starter. They quoted me for over $1K for the parts and crimp tool. I got in touch with the dealer and they sell a "repair" kit for the male connector (the one attached to the harness) for $39. As far as getting a female connector, seeing as it's attached to the pump (hard wired) they say I'd have to get another pump and use the harness off that. The trick now is to find a failed pump with a good harness. This may seem like a lot of effort when one could simply cut the harness and call it a day, but what if one wanted to keep things stock? That would be a rhetorical question...LOL. Anyway, if I hunt down a bad pump with a good harness, I'll update this thread. Still haven't found any good pictures of the connectors, but still looking just the same...
Was the price mostly for the crimp tool? I bet you could make something work (solder, maybe) without the tool.
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That was the biggest part. The next big one was a "roll" of the connector clips. They wouldn't do just 2. Needed to be ordered in bulk. Typical of a distributor. I tried contacting Hella to see if they'll sell the wiring portion of the pump (as if that will fly...LOL). I'll update once I hear from them, or find a used / broken pump that I can salvage...
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<<UPDATE>>

Well, installed the bumper this weekend. Didn't need to relocate the vacuum pump at all, seeing as the relocation kit wasn't included with the bumper. So for a 2015 and a Rugged Ridge XHD non-winch, you don't need to relocate the pump. Sorry if this response if kind of off topic. I guess we can consider this thread closed...
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