Part Identification Guide

We need high quality images shot in FOCUS with EXCELLENT lighting and the male blade width of a terminal to identify a connector.  Usually we want to see the harness side plug connector straight on, at an iso angle, and a side angle.

We get a LOT of out of focus images with poor lighting that don’t help us identify parts, delaying or halting identification.

We receive hundreds of requests to identify specific parts for automobiles, motorcycles, industrial applications and agricultural applications daily. While we do have expertise in identifying and sourcing parts for our customers, most of the requests we receive don’t have the information we need for identification and sourcing.

What information do we need?
1. How many pieces are you looking for? What is the estimated annual usage?
2. Do you need ancillary components like terminals, seals, etc?
3. How quickly do you need the part(s)?
4. What is the year, make, model, engine & transmission the part comes from.
5. What does the part do and/or what does it connect to?
6. What is the part number? If no part number, please mention any numbers on the part and any symbols (often manufacturer symbols).
7. Provide well lit, in focus images! Please see our photo submission guide here.
8. Scaling information. Is the part 1 cm or 1m in length? With terminals, what is the outer diameter of the circular terminal or blade width of the male terminal? What wire size and outer diameter do you plan to use?
9. Please use a descriptive title in the subject line of your email.

Due to the large volume or requests we receive, we are not able to answer every single request despite working extended hours to try and meet our customers needs. The higher the quality of the information you provide, the better able we are to deliver an expedient and helpful response.

 

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Example of a good image submission

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Example of a bad image submission

Example of a bad image submission

Example of a bad customer image

19 thoughts on “Part Identification Guide

    • A creative use of our comments section.

      CONN-85727 are fully assembled pigtails ready to be spliced into your harness.

      CONN-75727 comprises the components necessary for directly crimping onto your vehicle harness include the connector housing, terminals and seals.

      CONN-100307 is the connector housing only.

  1. I am looking for a four connectors on an 2005 Subaru Outback. Both sides of the black and brown Engine to bulkhead harness connectors and associated hardware.

    • We don’t stock this connector and Subaru doesn’t provide data for us to review it. We are lacking a lot of detail to proceed in identification. The best thing is to get a few images of the connector (with good lighting and in focus), measure the blade width and submit the information to sales@bmotorsports.com . This guide also has a list of information that will help us identify your parts.

    • We don’t have very good information for this application. Can you send in focus, well lit images of the plug / harness side connector from a few different angle to our sales email?

  2. I am looking for a part number for the O2 sensor plugs on the Hellcat. It is the primary set and it has 6 wire attachments. It is a wide band O2 extension plug.

    • I’m not sure what you need, as many of the things we ask for in the part identification guide are missing.

      I’ve chose a 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat V8 6.2L SC to look up your application assuming this what you are looking for. Please clarify the exact year, make, model, engine, transmission to be sure.

      Once we get the vehicle sorted out, what do you need? Are you looking for header extensions? Do you need the harness side plug connector for each bank? Or perhaps just the pigtail with 12″ leads?

      We are able to source the connectors but just need to drill down your specific need.

  3. I need the pig tail connector harness that plugs into the knock sensor on my 04 accord 4 cylinder automatic ex.if youcan help me out id really apreciate it.

    • We don’t have very good information for this application. Can you send in focus, well lit images of the plug / harness side connector from a few different angle to our sales email?

  4. Hello Im looking for a replacement plug for a throttle position sensor for my 2002 BMW x5 with 4.4 engine.
    Thanks

    • We don’t have very good information for this application. Can you send in focus, well lit images of the plug / harness side connector from a few different angle to our sales email?

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