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    And thatís a weird 90 degree connector. I wonder if it disassembles so that you can insert some pins?

  2. #12
    Haven't found it yet. I hope I don't have to buy a harness just for this plug...

  3. #13
    Is that the connector cover? Or is there a cover on top of that connector?

    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....amahapwc&a=295

    Electrical 1, item #31

    6EM-82599-00-00

    ...COVER, CONNECTER

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    Iím pretty sure itís just a cover. The real plug I think is under the cover

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    Did some research. It is indeed a cover for the real plug. You can see these 90 degree covers listed in the parts diagram. Not sure how you take the cover off the plug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nashvegas View Post
    Did some research. It is indeed a cover for the real plug. You can see these 90 degree covers listed in the parts diagram. Not sure how you take the cover off the plug.

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    This is exactly what I posted but I got no reply...

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    Sorry I haven't been on the forum in a while since it's 12 degrees and snowing here in upstate New York but i will brush the snow off my ski when i get home and see if i can get that plug cover off to get you some more info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bombarusa View Post
    Sorry I haven't been on the forum in a while since it's 12 degrees and snowing here in upstate New York but i will brush the snow off my ski when i get home and see if i can get that plug cover off to get you some more info.
    Awesome, thanks!


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    So I got back in to my ski to check that plug for you....on the front face of the plug in tiny letters it says: PBT-GF80 < JAE A. I did a quick search and that specific plug number still doesn't come right up, it just comes up as other JAE plugs or PBT plugs so I'm not sure if this info will help. I will keep searching to see if I can find anything that matches the plug I have.

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    Follow up so far...... JAE is the brand of plug (Japanese Aviation Electronics) and the PBT looks like the material is made from (Polybutylene Terephthalate)....... still can't find the 44 pin GF 80 anywhere yet

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