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14 pin wiring connector from 928

Can anyone help me with the part numbers for the 14 pin male engine wire harness connector from the 928 that has been used to marry conversion engines to the 914 female 14 pin main harness connector where it used to attach to the relay plate?

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It wasn't 911.612.113.05?
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Are replacement 12 pin connectors (female) available for the 914 relay plate?
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Are replacement 12 pin connectors (female) available for the 914 relay plate?
Yes. I may have a new one laying around.
If Pelican doesn't have em', GPR does.

Oops...the one I have is a 14 pin.
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Am I looking for a 12-pin or 14-pin to make a wiring harness for my Carbed-six to 1975 914 chassis?

Searching the archives says to use the 14 pin male connector from a 928.

Does anyone have suggestions where to get one and can someone please clarify?

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14 pin

Here is a snip from a past post. I used these parts on my 3.2l conversion.


>>> I am also keeping the dme injection. You have to build a wiring harness to connect to the 914 harness. Buy two male connectors. Part number 911.612.113.05 One side plugs into the 914 engine compartment 14 pin female connector and the other side plugs into the 3.2 engine wiring harness. You can toss the 914 engine relay and regulator board. This also gives you more room in the engine compartment. Stoddard has the cheapest price on the 14 pin connectors. WWW.*************.


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Believe Sleepdoc (even though he has a 3.2 )!!

Sleepdoc: Thanks for your help in the past on _my_ conversion. The wiring solution is slick (except for my soldering) and the car runs great.
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The PO on my 74 914-6 2.2 Zentih carb, has a waterproof screw together type plug that I beleive is available at boating supply stores, or possible at an electronic supply store. It elimnated the relay board, there is one fuel punp relay. Helps to clean up the engine compartment.
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