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Pigtail Connectors for EVAP & EGR Switches

Does anyone know where I can purchase good quality Pigtail Connectors that go into the EVAP Switch and the EGR Vacuum Control Switch?
They are both the same Connectors.
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David, Here ya go. https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo...049701&jsn=533
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David, Here ya go. https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo...049701&jsn=533
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Oh.... But of course...
A Windshield Washer Pump Connector, why didn’t I think of searching for that ???
Thank you Mark.
Damn, little buggers are a bit expensive for a basic two wire pigtail.
What else is new for these cars LOL...
I appreciate the quick response...
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That is a very common connector. Autozone has them.
You can also just replace the housings the wires pop right out easily.
I probably have some in my parts bin as well.
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Oh.... But of course...
A Windshield Washer Pump Connector, why didnít I think of searching for that ???
Thank you Mark.
Damn, little buggers are a bit expensive for a basic two wire pigtail.
What else is new for these cars LOL...
I appreciate the quick response...
Thanks friend...

I think the windshield washer connector is different. I searched the EGR valve which is the ACDELCO PT2307 part I linked you to. As you said about the cost. "What else is new"? Always happy to help out when I can.

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Consider the purchase of a MetriPak repair kit that has terminals, shells, seals, and the removal tool(s)... Many sites including ebay carry the more obscure ones. I find it so much better than adding yet another set of splices...
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Oh.... But of course...
A Windshield Washer Pump Connector, why didn’t I think of searching for that ???
Thank you Mark.
Damn, little buggers are a bit expensive for a basic two wire pigtail.
What else is new for these cars LOL...
I appreciate the quick response...
Thanks friend...

I think the windshield washer connector is different. I searched the EGR valve which is the ACDELCO PT2307 part I linked you to. As you said about the cost. "What else is new"? Always happy to help out when I can.
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I did a search under ACDELCO PT2307 and one of the links had it listed as the windshield washer pump connector...
Can’t remember now who but RockAuto does have one of the lower prices for them.

I’ve been told ACDELCO Original OEM class parts are the ones manufactured by ACDELCO contract plants, while the ‘Professional’ class line is all aftermarket manufacturers meeting or exceeding same quality and standards as Original OEM class parts.
The Professional Class parts costs more, but I’ve heard people who preferred the OEM class parts over the Professional class...
Does anyone have any thoughts they’d care to offer along the lines of which class of ACDELCO parts are the best ?

Any and all advice will be appreciated !!!

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David, When I was looking up the connector on RA I checked under 1996 Impala. I went to electrical connectors and found that # as the only one there. They have both male & female. I looked at the WW connector and it's totally different. Before I went to look in RA I checked some of the suppliers of weather / pack metri pack connectors and I didn't see anything that matched what you needed. The EGR connector seems to be unique. I may be wrong on all this but I did do some research. I do agree though that you should get a complete set with the tools. Jegs has some and so does Eastwood along with many other companies. As far as the professional deal. My thought is you may be over thinking a plug.

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Consider the purchase of a MetriPak repair kit that has terminals, shells, seals, and the removal tool(s)... Many sites including ebay carry the more obscure ones. I find it so much better than adding yet another set of splices...
+1 This, If at all feasible.

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You can almost always find connector kits online ebay etc.
Housing + seals and pins.
Usually cheap.
I would go that route vs. pigtails.
Pigtails are almost never color coded correctly and usually all same color wires.
If you were closer I'd offer to install for ya...5 minute job, tops.
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