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engine wire harness

Is there a part number or source for the spring wire that holds the female wire connector to the male connector in numerous connectors in the engine compartment?
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AMP 2-Pole Female Jr Timer Housing Clip

That is the only place I've ever seen them for sale, and at $2 a pop it's almost better to get a new connector and splice it in. Or, use some electrical tape or something else to hold the connector in place.
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How many do you need?
PM your address if it is just a few, I likely have some I can salvage from some old connectors.
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The mistake I made was always trying to remove them when I wanted to remove the plug. Just leave them on and use a small screwdriver to pop the plug off. It doesn't take much force at all. Removing them just damages the plug.

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