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I have a Jeep Wrangler in which I've had a 5.3L Chevy LS engine installed, along with the GM ECU, a custom radiator and a GM radiator fan (from a 2017 Camaro I believe).

The radiator fan has this male connector:

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This plugs into this female connector:

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Pigtails with the female connector are readily available. I have not found any pigtails with the corresponding male connector. All of the matching male connectors that I have seen so far, are part of a fan control unit. What I need is a pigtail with the male connector.

Where can I obtain a pigtail with the appropriate male connector, or what are some common part numbers I can use to find a pigtail with this connector. I would settle for just the connector (the type where I can solder the wires onto the supplied terminals and make my own pigtail)?

  • I think I'd be headed down to the junkyard to pick up the connector (maybe pick up a couple, just in case...) – PeteCon Aug 28 at 1:30
  • Not sure I follow - you have a GM radiator fan with a male connector, but obviously no matching female connector on the Jeep? GM can supply just about any connector if you can identify it. Otherwise, any heavy duty connector with [what appears to be] four pins should do just fine. Trailer light/brake harness flat connector would work - and both male/female are available everywhere. – SteveRacer Aug 28 at 2:58
  • @SteveRacer I have a GM radiator fan (male connector shown) that is plugged into a GM ECU via the female connector (also shown). I'm having problems with the radiator and want to put the stock Jeep radiator and fan back in. I'm anticipating I'll need a short "conversion cable" with a Jeep female connector on one end and the GM male connector (which I'm having trouble finding) on the other end. – mbmast Aug 28 at 16:07
  • @mbmast Cut the male off the GM fan and splice it on to the stock Jeep fan. – SteveRacer Aug 29 at 2:05
  • That connector on the fan is a Jeep connector, not GM. – Huesmann Sep 4 at 18:32

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