[x300] Trans harness LNA3380AD XJR

Found the wiring pulled out of the screw on connector for
the 4L80E transmission on my 1996 XJR, anyone know where I
can get a replacement connector? My other option is to
convert this to the GM setup I can buy an internal harness
complete with external connector and wiring loom for $65–
Paul 1969 2+2 Series II, 1988 XJSC 1996 XJR Richmond VA
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In reply to a message from moff1959 sent Sun 1 Mar 2015:

When I repaired my loom in 2007 I removed the loom from the
car and took the plug apart . I then removed the pins of
the plug and put them in my lathe and drilled the ends of
each pin with I think was a 0.9mm drill bit. I then
replaced all the wires in this loom and made them a little
longer . Refitted and car has been perfect since . remember
to make notes what wire goes where and also replace the
rear gearbox mounting bush etc as that starts the problem
due to more movement.

Also worth replacing the two outside speed sensors , very
cheap if ordered via ebay.com . I think I paid about 30
dollars and one from a UK DEALER costs �120 GBP so a bargin
from the USA.

the pins in the square plug unclip and I soldered the wires
to the ends of this before refitting the plug.–
The original message included these comments:

Found the wiring pulled out of the screw on connector for
the 4L80E transmission on my 1996 XJR, anyone know where I
can get a replacement connector? My other option is to


95 XJR6, 94 XJS 6.0 coupe, 04 XK8 ,99 Ka
Croydon , SURREY, United Kingdom
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In reply to a message from 540itouring sent Sun 1 Mar 2015:

I decided to convert this to the GM set up I can get the
internal harness with connectors plus the external harness
and connector with a loom to splice into the original
wiring all for $65 at that price its not worth messing
with. I have a new bush and trans service kit to go on when
the wiring is replaced. I have the Jaguar wiring and the GM
wiring so connecting the two together should not be a
problem–
The original message included these comments:

When I repaired my loom in 2007 I removed the loom from the
car and took the plug apart . I then removed the pins of
the plug and put them in my lathe and drilled the ends of
each pin with I think was a 0.9mm drill bit. I then
replaced all the wires in this loom and made them a little


Paul 1969 2+2 Series II, 1988 XJSC 1996 XJR Richmond VA
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