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Metal DB37 Cover with Hardware and Gaskets This Metal DB37 cover is perfect for building up your own Megasquirt wiring harness or relay cable connector.
Marcus Groen – March 30, 2011:
Does not include the most important part…The connector! Buyer BeWare This is ONLY the cover. Quality seems high but kit is WORTHLESS with out the actual DB37 Connector. Make sure that you know what you are buying here, the term -with Hardware- is a bit misleading (in my opinion). In this description -with Hardware- refers to the tiny little screws that hold the clam shell together, parts that should be included regardless.
(Comments from DIY) It is true this does not come with a DB37 connector, but then again, the listing pretty clearly shows exactly what it does come with both in image and in text. Not sure how we could have made that clearer. Our ECU kits come with the connector and a plastic hood (that works fine), this is offered primarily as an upgrade to that for those that want a heavy metal hood instead.
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