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Can you help identify this connector pkease

Post by KBH » Sat Nov 13, 2021 5:18 pm

Hi everyone i have recently joined the group. I am trying to rebuild a 2002 Jimny G13BB i inherited in bits! I have
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Trying to identify this and where it fits please?
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Trying to identify this and where it fits please?
mostly worked out where parts go although i’m stuck with the part shown in the photograph; there are two of these, i would really appreciate some help and guidance on what they are for and where they are fitted on this engine/vehicle?
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Re: Can you help identify this connector pkease

Post by ROBBIE » Sat Nov 13, 2021 9:58 pm

Hello welcome, can’t say I’ve seen them on our Jimny. What are they made of?
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Re: Can you help identify this connector pkease

Post by maxaret » Sun Nov 14, 2021 8:32 am

Hi Keith
Looks a little like some sort of locking or mounting tab/bracket.
Are any part numbers/ID numbers visible ?
If not what size is the part ?

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Re: Can you help identify this connector pkease

Post by KBH » Sun Nov 14, 2021 2:09 pm

Hi there, thank you very much for the replies. There are two of these tabs, they are made from steel and are approximately 47mm long, 22mm wide at the widest part, 14mm wide on the tab. The hole is drill to take a 10mm stud or bolt, as suggested there appears to be a locking tab at the hole. Unfortunately there is no part number on either part. Any further thoughts and advice would be much appreciated please?
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Re: Can you help identify this connector pkease

Post by ROBBIE » Sun Nov 14, 2021 5:24 pm

I could be wrong but I think they bolt on somewhere, obvious I know the tab locks them in the right position and a plastic clip goes in the square hole. They hold something like the air lines for the auto front hubs or something like that. Could be wrong but I’ve seen clips like them in other cars
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Re: Can you help identify this connector pkease

Post by maxaret » Sun Nov 14, 2021 8:08 pm

Thanks for additional info Keith.
If I get time tomorrow I will have a look round our old vitara and see if there are any similar parts.

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Re: Can you help identify this connector pkease

Post by maxaret » Tue Nov 16, 2021 10:40 am

Hi Keith
I had a quick look round our Vitara this morning but could not see anything similar.
If it was me I would probably try and carefully clean one of them up with a small soft copper wire brush and check for a part/ID number,most metal parts have some sort of number on them usually lightly stamped/etched on the metal.

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Re: Can you help identify this connector pkease

Post by KBH » Tue Nov 16, 2021 7:49 pm

Hi there i had already cleaned them up and not seen anything, i polished them up earlier, still no part number is evident.
Thank you for your help, i guess i’ll just leave them off for now and see if any issues occur!

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Re: Can you help identify this connector pkease

Post by maxaret » Fri Nov 19, 2021 7:32 am

Hopefully you will stumble across where they fit during the rebuild and do not have too many bits left over at the end :D

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