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Can't for the life of me figure out this connector. I've got Spyder LED taillights and the salt has killed the pins on these connectors.

I thought I had found them before on Amazon but my mind has blanked.

Problem is they go from this connector to the main harness but there is also a small ****ty unprotected connector between this and the LED's.

My plan is to get these new connectors and then directly solder them by taking out the other ****ty connector.

Please help me.


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Not enough info. Are these connectors on the truck side or taillight side? Were the connectors plugged into something and came unplugged? I would contact Spyder direct and ask them what the connector is for.

Instead of directly soldering the wires, I would by some weather-pack connectors from Amazon so you can still remove the lights for service while sealing out the elements.

Good Luck

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These are on the tail light side sorry.

This is what plugs into the harness in place of the bulb sockets.

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These are on the tail light side sorry.

This is what plugs into the harness in place of the bulb sockets.

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You may have to contact spyder for these. They basically replace where the tail light socket plugs into the truck harness, right?
 

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Yes you're right. I've seen some 3157 adapters that I could buy but thats a lot of junk behind the tail lights and still no way to protect them.



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I agree...you will need to contact Spyder. It looks as though they used that connector to power the LEDs that are sealed in the housing. It almost resembles a connector found on a motherboard in a PC...not sealed against the elements.

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