[Saloon-lovers] "bullet" style electrical connector question

Well, I should just start ordering two of everything, that way when
I eventually screw it up and break something, I don’t have to wait
around for the second round of parts to show up.

Anyway, rewiring the horn assembly as it was deciding that it liked
to honk on its own while turning and my temp fix of�well just
disconnecting the horns was pushing my luck. So everything�s out
and I go to rewire it, and honestly, I don�t know what to do with
these �bullet� style connectors. The connectors don�t look to be
solder-able (is that a word?) as there is no hole to do that and,
as I painfully learned��they can�t be crimped (at least not through
normal means). So, it begs the question � How do you affix these
connectors? Solder, crimp, super-glue, some sort of process known
only to the British Isles? Perhaps affix with the blubber of a
narwhal?

Sad part is, I used to work on aircraft avionic and electrical
systems back in the day�.just never worked with this style of
connecter.

Oh, also � anyone know if these style of connectors would be
available at a local auto-parts store or perhaps the electrical
section of a �Home Depot� type of store? No idea how
common/uncommon these might be. I�ll be heading out later to take a
look around for them. Hoping to not have to wait for another
delivery.–
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You can get them at domiracer.com or any British motorcycle shop.>From: “seminole_kev” kevtaninfla@cfl.rr.com

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To: saloons@jag-lovers.org
Subject: [Saloon-lovers] “bullet” style electrical connector question.
Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2007 15:33:00 +0200

Well, I should just start ordering two of everything, that way when
I eventually screw it up and break something, I don’t have to wait
around for the second round of parts to show up.

Anyway, rewiring the horn assembly as it was deciding that it liked
to honk on its own while turning and my temp fix of�well just
disconnecting the horns was pushing my luck. So everything�s out
and I go to rewire it, and honestly, I don�t know what to do with
these �bullet� style connectors. The connectors don�t look to be
solder-able (is that a word?) as there is no hole to do that and,
as I painfully learned��they can�t be crimped (at least not through
normal means). So, it begs the question � How do you affix these
connectors? Solder, crimp, super-glue, some sort of process known
only to the British Isles? Perhaps affix with the blubber of a
narwhal?

Sad part is, I used to work on aircraft avionic and electrical
systems back in the day�.just never worked with this style of
connecter.

Oh, also � anyone know if these style of connectors would be
available at a local auto-parts store or perhaps the electrical
section of a �Home Depot� type of store? No idea how
common/uncommon these might be. I�ll be heading out later to take a
look around for them. Hoping to not have to wait for another
delivery.


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I don’t
know what to do with these “bullet” style connectors.

I know it’s an old thread, but I found something helpful on YouTube… not
exactly the Lucas kind of bullet connectors but it should work all the same:

ciao

diego

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