Identifying a Polarized Mating Automotive PCB header

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Dutchman Electronics

Joined Oct 31, 2016
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You'd think this simple, but that's not what I'm finding.
I'm interfacing a Universal windshield washer pump to a PCB. The pump comes with a shrouded female 2 pin connector.
It's polarized (to fit a pair of 3/8" blades organized in a 'T' shape) and is what I'd think is a standard automotive connector.
(You can see the Amazon link for a pic/description such as it is via ASIN B077N3V7H1 or https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B077N3V7H1/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1)
Finding a mating male header (shrouded or non) for my PCB has proved fruitless through Molex, Amphenol, TE etc. via Digi Key.
I'm about to just put down a pair of blades on my PCB and engineer them to fit myself.
Any Suggestions?
 
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Thread Starter

Dutchman Electronics

Joined Oct 31, 2016
2
You'd think this simple, but that's not what I'm finding.
I'm interfacing a Universal windshield washer pump to a PCB. The pump comes with a shrouded female 2 pin connector.
It's polarized (to fit a pair of 3/8" blades organized in a 'T' shape) and is what I'd think is a standard automotive connector.
(You can see the Amazon link for a pic/description such as it is via ASIN B077N3V7H1 or https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B077N3V7H1/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1)
Finding a mating male header (shrouded or non) for my PCB has proved fruitless through Molex, Amphenol, TE etc. via Digi Key.
I'm about to just put down a pair of blades on my PCB and engineer them to fit myself.
Any Suggestions?
Oops, I farted away 2 hours only to realize that the connector attaches to the pump's header and the other end... bare wires where I can use whatever connector I choose... Sorry, couldn't find a way to delete this post and was too late to edit it (>10 minutes). :(
 
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