Wiper washer pump plug identification help

MountainD

Technical Excellence Contributor
I purchased newer fender mounted wiper washer resevoir DMB500130)and two new pumps (DMC100550) for it. The pumps have an entirely different connector on them--it is not a typical spade style but instead has two much more slender pins in lieu of spades---I pulled a bunch of plugs off a couple trucks in the U-Pull place (off 2004 RR and Disco) from horns, washers, anything small but nothing is right.

Can anyone let me know what the part number is for the plugs so I can graft them onto my harness?
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Thanks so much!
 
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MountainD

Technical Excellence Contributor
Land Rover typically uses Econoseal connectors, so it might be this
Thanks! I think I tried that one--the pins I believe are slightly offset and it broke the side of the connector out. Maybe it isn't the Econoseal? I think it may have been though...
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I tried several types...
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I may just go back and take a pump with me...
 

sgo70

Member
I'm not sure if you have the same pumps as me but I got the connectors from Rovers North that fit, I think they are meant for the front side marker lights.....I have two extras but shipping from Canada would probably cost you more than buying them.

Actually, I take that back, I just went to the garage to test fit them and they don't fit.....I'll look through my stuff.

2nd edit lol. Are these not the ones???


Sean
 
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MountainD

Technical Excellence Contributor
I am not sure. Technically these pumps are 2007... And that one says through 1997... @Z.G Does your PLI280 fit into the DMC100550 pumps as far as you know?
 

Z.G

Well-known member
I am not sure. Technically these pumps are 2007... And that one says through 1997... @Z.G Does your PLI280 fit into the DMC100550 pumps as far as you know?

I believe @sgo70 is correct, that's the adapter. What LR calls a referred vetting, multi supersession situation. Yes, the new pump will work, but only with the adapter harness
 

Robert

Well-known member
econoseal

use the right crimp jaws

corsa technic is a good source for connector kits
 

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MountainD

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Thanks guys! Funny thing. I have 2 rovers and a ton of parts. No where on the trucks are a single Econoseal. I have summarily removed and thrown away every single one of those plugs and replaced all the lighting with LED and used Weatherpack connections. I hate econoseals. I will use them this one time... Assuming they fit.
 
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MountainD

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Big thanks, everyone---the plug appears to fit, for posterity, it is from Corsa Technic, Part ES3.WW-2S which comes with the plug, crimps and seals so that I can just put them on the end of the wire without having to add a splice. Cost was $3.32 each plus shipping/tax.
 

MountainD

Technical Excellence Contributor
not sure if you're serious or not, but they are very common and available

I don't think he was referring to the plug its self. More that it would be used on a modern truck when that horrible, shitty plug is nearly all but discontinued. And it is, make no mistake about it, a horrible, shitty plug with a long line of constant failures amongst current much better plugs like from Bosch, delphi... many others...
 

MountainD

Technical Excellence Contributor
I would take an Econoseal connector any day over a Delphi Weatherpack connector.
Frankly, I will take Amphenol if we are comparing. But I am strongly OUT of the Econoseal bandwagon. How many tail lights or indicators have you replaced over the years because the pins came out of the connectors from corrosion? I have done it on 10 buddies trucks over the years and even mine including when packed out with silicone grease.

But I also believe in to each their own--- so if you dig em, more power to you!
 
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