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Name of this connector

My buddy's 675 is playing up - it refuses to start and the culprit is this connector in the pic. It's the connector of the headlights and I don't know what else (it's located under the tank, near the SAI). If we move it around it might start but it's been bugging him for a week with no good solution at hand so the connector needs to be changed. Does anyone know the name/type of the connector?
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Looks to be a Sumitomo DL sealed 8-pin connector.

You have to scroll down the page of this link a bit to see it.

http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/El...SMDL/smdl.html
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Gosling is right; its a Sumitomo DL. You can also find them at CycleTerminal (that's where i usually get my OEM plugs): http://www.cycleterminal.com/dl-090-series.html. Joe is a good guy - you can shoot him pictures if you're not sure what type.

Related: the 2 fuel pump connectors (pump and level) are Sumitomo HX .090 and can be found here: http://www.cycleterminal.com/hx-090.html. The 2 plugs have slightly different keyed fittings (the little tabs/slots) so pay close attention to which one you need. I did a set of these last year for a buddy's trumpet.

Get a decent crimp tool if you don't have one already. This is one of the ones I have that works for this size Sumitomo; has interchangeable anvils for different sizes: https://www.amazon.com/Engineer-PAD-.../dp/B00IWD9XKU
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Thank you so much guys. Really appreciated. Never occurred to me to look on those websites although I was aware of them doh.


I already have a crimper and I've gotten quite deft at using it. If it doesn't work well with those terminals I'll look for another one.
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