95 Safari wiring

95 Safari wiring

Postby CentexSafari [OP] » March 14th 2012, 8:10pm

My 95 Safari has a 6 pin weather pack connector between the battery and the fender. The wire colors are red/white, white, purple, brown/white, brown/white and white. they were destroyed by rodents. can anyone tell me what they go too? Any ideas on where to get replacement weather pack connectors?
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Re: 95 Safari wiring

Postby RECox286 » March 14th 2012, 10:59pm

I'd bet that you could get a wxpack connector thru any dealer. I would be scouring a JY, looking at any car/truck that may have

what you are looking for, and clipping a good portion of wire with the connector. I would also be a hog, taking more than what

I needed !

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Re: 95 Safari wiring

Postby CentexSafari [OP] » March 16th 2012, 1:44am

Thanks for the idea.
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