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Stator connector

I am trying to find and female connector so I can attach a wire to the stator on my MDT snowblower. Seems like I have only seen people use a connector from salvaged parts for adding a light. Any links someone could share?
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I usually cut the connector off, strip the insulation off the end, twist a new wire to it the length that you need, solder the connection and heat shrink tube it.
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Welcome to SBF Racer. I usually use these bullet connectors for lights. Put the female on the stator wire and the male on the light.
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Do a search for Molex 2 pin connector on ebay.




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Racer what does your wire look like coming from engine...I might be trying to fin the same piece as well.


Look at photo in this link....is this the wire you are thinking about?????


I am sure it is what I need....took me a while to find it finally.




https://www.ereplacementparts.com/ar...26_157769.html
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Click on engine and belt to see wire connector....
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Yes that appears to be the connector I think I would like. I tried to search for Molex 2 and only found 2 pin connectors when I only need a single connector. I just wanted to avoid cutting off the factory connector, but that is probably the best way. Thanks for the responses!
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Yes that appears to be the connector I think I would like. I tried to search for Molex 2 and only found 2 pin connectors when I only need a single connector. I just wanted to avoid cutting off the factory connector, but that is probably the best way. Thanks for the responses!
Sorry, I thought it was a 2 pin. Still may be made by Molex.




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