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Old 09-13-2012
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Female connector ID/Source?

The female connectors no longer hold the fuel pump relay securely to the power distribution box . So...I decided to replace them. Easy enough job, but have not been able to find the correct new parts. My research lead me to believe that these connectors were Ford standard block connectors(.187)...which I purchased. Looks just like what's in there now, but turns out these are just slightly thicker than the originals and will not fit into the slots in the power distribution box. These are the ones that slide in and snap in place...and are released by inserting a jewelers screwdriver or pick down next to the plastic retaining clip. Anyone know how to ID these and find a source of new?
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