Headlight Plug/Socket

1968 -1970 Mopars

  1. Detroit Iron

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    I'm looking for recommendations on where I can find a replacement headlight plug/socket. I've looked all over the Internet. As you can see, this one got cooked. New or used works for me. Thanks!

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    Last time I tried to purchase from them they sent me to Year One and said they had an exclusive contract with them.
     
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    • BLK 68 R/T

      BLK 68 R/T Well-Known Member

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      I knew it was like that for full harnesses. Didn’t know if they sold individual components or not?
       
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      You can buy a set of connectors on EBay for $10 that allow you to plug directly into that harness. This harness extension allows you to hook up to bulbs with different connectors. I’d hunt down the reason for the melting first. Most likely bulbs with higher voltage than supposed to be used. These are a great deal. I use them. Very well made. No fuss. Just plug them in. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/391802037657
       
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    • Detroit Iron

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      I'm looking for the plug, which is part of the under dash harness, that plugs on to the headlight switch.

      I just need the plastic part because mine is broken. I can insert my existing wires in the new/used plastic.
       
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      Sorry, I just noticed that before you replied. I was thinking it was for the headlight bulb connector. Until, I noticed the parking brake in your pic, lol ! That’s probably a tough connector to locate. Don’t know, lol ! I’d replace the switch though.
       
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