Terminal Kits

Tanner Instructor South Carolina Posted   Latest  

Does anyone know of any large terminal kits? I'm looking for a kit that would have the weather pack style terminals and just most of the common ones. I know where to buy the terminals and connectors like mouser and other websites but none of them seem to have an entire kit of all the common ones. Does anyone know of any?

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Benjamin Diagnostician
Tennessee
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This is a decent kit for GM terminals. summitracing​.​com/parts/pco-0003… Is there a particular manufacturer that you are looking for?

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Michael Mobile Technician
Utah
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Tanner, At first I misread your inquiry. I used to work for Steelman. They had some terminal release tools that you may be interested in. amazon​.​com/Steelman-95839… Terminals…

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Paul Technical Support Specialist
Colorado
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Or Here; winzer​.​com/UserFiles/docu…​.​pdf

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Michael Owner/Technician
Pennsylvania
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I was thinking about asking this earlier this week. Wish there was a "master" kit that covered most wiring repair jobs.

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Geoff Diagnostician
Hawaii
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The problem is there are no "most common ones". GM alone has over 100 different ones in their kits at the dealer. They might only have two or three different size pins, but the rest of the terminal and how it fits into the connector body are too numerous to ever accomplish your goal. Hopefully Martin sees your question. He will probably post pictures of the GM terminal trays.

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Martin Instructor
British Columbia
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Hi Tanner. Geoff’s wish is my command! The GM terminal tray system for North America is/was widely used in GM dealerships with 30 trays of 30 compartments, plus some air bag CPA, tape and SIR terminated leads. It was originally around $6000 CAD and you could double that today! It is still in use at dealerships who cared to maintain and update the kit. There a re many that did not maintain…

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Martin Instructor
British Columbia
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Hi Tanner. Just to add to my previous response, there are no common terminals for GM vehicle connectors. Each connector termination is required by the company supplying the module that the connector interfaces with and is identified as such. E.G Lear tray. Lear manufactured seats and identified the connections. The myriad of terminations are simply due to the necessary large number of suppliers…

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Hans Diagnostician
Utah
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I know Wurth does have kits available, but doesn’t look like they list them online. wurthusa​.​com/Electrical/Con…

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Sam Mobile Technician
Michigan
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I have purchased many terminals and pigtails from findpigtails​.​com They are nit cheap but have had everything I have needed so far

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Matthew Mobile Technician
Illinois
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I have a bunch of kits from Terminal Supply Co. terminalsupplyco​.​com/Store/Default… These kits are a good starting point. I have the Deutsch, GT-280, GT-150, metri-pack 150 & 280, weather-pack, and SuperSeal kits. It is a good starting point. Then I started collecting other connector series from Mouser and making my own kits and adding to the existing kits. For instance, the…

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David Instructor
Indiana
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Hi Tanner, This kit is about 3X the size of the one we started out with in our shop a couple of decades ago. Contains terminals and crimpers from other venders besides Delphi if I recall correctly. Not near as large as the new car dealer cabinet full of plastic cases with terminals and accessories but perhaps more practical from a cost standpoint. Might be able to skip the mark up drom Kent…

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