Weatherpack style connector for GM boost control solenoid. This connector comes with crimp-on pins to keep the number of splices in your wiring harness to a minimum.
Note: This connector is not needed for our newer style (12/2008 and newer) non-GM EBC Solenoid. We continue to offer these connectors for customers that need them for their GM Style valves, and other GM solenoids and sensors that use the same connector as this was a fairly common connector under GM hoods.
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GM Mass Air Flow Sensor Pigtail - 3 position
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