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Old 10-26-2020, 07:08 PM   #1
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What is this "connector" actually called?

Anyone know what this is called and where to buy one? Thanks.

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Old 10-26-2020, 09:17 PM   #2
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Re: What is this "connector" actually called?

GM 12191376 Battery Positive Cable Junction Block. Looks pretty nifty. For recent model years. You can google for it and find a bunch of different sources to buy from. https://www.google.com/search?q=GM+1...junction+block
I don't know about a source for the weird L-shaped terminal that crimps onto the cable.

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Old 10-26-2020, 11:27 PM   #3
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Re: What is this "connector" actually called?

https://www.amazon.com/Genuine-GM-12.../dp/B000QIQUE6
https://www.ebay.com/itm/25363518264...gaApXiEALw_wcB

Doesn't come with the connector. looks to be some kind of "flag terminal" , Maybe it has a GM part number and could be sourced from the stealership?
Standard flag terminal looks like it would probably work fine.
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Old 10-27-2020, 08:32 AM   #4
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Re: What is this "connector" actually called?

[QUOTE=dmjlambert;

I don't know about a source for the weird L-shaped terminal that crimps onto the cable.[/QUOTE]

Thanks, but that L shaped terminal is the part I need, not the box. I am just looking to join the wire from the alternator to the positive battery cable for my LS swap. I will look into the flag terminal that Greasey Harley mentioned.

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Old 10-27-2020, 09:36 AM   #5
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Why not use this. It looks pretty close to the same thing just run them straigt out.

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/c...kaAlFjEALw_wcB






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Thanks, but that L shaped terminal is the part I need, not the box. I am just looking to join the wire from the alternator to the positive battery cable for my LS swap. I will look into the flag terminal that Greasey Harley mentioned.

Thanks.
You might be able to find the flag terminal through your GM parts dealer or if you have an automotive repair shop that specializes in electrical stuff, they may have that terminal. Itís to connect the fusible link to the positive cable which you know.

If you canít find the flag terminal, I have an extra cable with the fitting you need that needs a new end crimped on... you can have it if youíd like it.
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If you canít find the flag terminal, I have an extra cable with the fitting you need that needs a new end crimped on... you can have it if youíd like it.
That is a very kind gesture, and very much appreciated ! I actually have the full cable I removed from the donor truck but I am not using it. I went with some custom made cables and I am trying to stick with those. I was going to "tie in" my alternator wire to my positive cable with one of those flag terminal connectors if I could find one. My positive cable actually has a 6 " lead coming off the end of it at the post connector so I may just crimp the alternator wire to that and be done with it.

Thanks for your reply!
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That is a very kind gesture, and very much appreciated ! I actually have the full cable I removed from the donor truck but I am not using it. I went with some custom made cables and I am trying to stick with those. I was going to "tie in" my alternator wire to my positive cable with one of those flag terminal connectors if I could find one. My positive cable actually has a 6 " lead coming off the end of it at the post connector so I may just crimp the alternator wire to that and be done with it.

Thanks for your reply!
No problem and good luck!
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https://ceautoelectricsupply.com/ind...style-eyelets/

unfortunately shows out of stock... but maybe more searching using some of those key words will help you find it
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