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Bullet connectors

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The airbag plug and socket is missing under my 207 drivers seat. They are currently badly taped and I get an occasional airbag warning light. I could solder them but that's very permanent. I quite like bullet connectors would they be suitable? I like to take the front seats out occasionally to clean the sides and rails. Any suggestions welcome, Thanks

this maybe https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-3-4-5-6-Wa ... rC1Ufe5zbw

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Re: Bullet connectors

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They should do the job fine.

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+1

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What do you guys thing of the little plug and socket in the link?

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Molex connector was my first thought before looking at the link.
Less chance of mixing up the wiring and while I have had no personal problems with bulled connectors they do seem to enjoy a lot of criticism.

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If your asking because you already have them, you can reverse the male / female , and use different diameters to avoid re-connection confusion.

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I dont have them yet I was thinking or getting the little plug and sockets they have bullet like connectors

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Re: Bullet connectors

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If you only needed 2-way connectors then XT30 or XT60 connectors are very good as the contact areas are a bit more robust. The 3-way version is the MR30.

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Re: Bullet connectors

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bobins wrote:
09 Mar 2019, 12:07
If you only needed 2-way connectors then XT30 or XT60 connectors are very good as the contact areas are a bit more robust. The 3-way version is the MR30.


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