Washer pump connector type

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  1. dirthaller

    dirthaller Heavy Load Member

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    What type of connector plugs my 2014 389 washer pump? 2pin nothing in my Deutsch kit looks like it. TIA
    ETA: pressure switches on A/C as well
     
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  3. W923

    W923 Medium Load Member

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    Possibly weather pack.
    Just guessing, there supper popular on off road stuff and have seen plenty on trucks too.
     
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  4. dirthaller

    dirthaller Heavy Load Member

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    Looks like a Delphi sort of IDK
     
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    W923 Medium Load Member

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    Can you get a picture…dad will likely know if it’s an industry standard and not specific to a particular truck.
     
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    dirthaller Heavy Load Member

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  7. skallagrime

    skallagrime Road Train Member

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    Thats a delphi 16 awg sized plug.
    Called metripack frequently

    Amazon link to a 5 pack pigtail

    I just did this, tossed a deutsch end on wires to original harness and used the metripack end to connect washer pump


    2 Pin Connector Waterproof Connector,Male and Female Way 16 AWG Wire Suitable for car Truck, Boat and Other Wire Connection (5 kit) https://a.co/d/fajvRcc
     
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    dirthaller Heavy Load Member

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    They will be here tomorrow. Thanks!
     
  9. skallagrime

    skallagrime Road Train Member

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    Get a bucket, drain fluid, install new pump, add a bit of fluid, verify it doesnt leak, mine did a little drip drip, but i changed mine at 10 degrees f, i rtved it a littledab around the rubber grommet, not sure if that or warming up fixed it but it doesnt leak now
     
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