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    Hey, check out Rando's post above -- the part numbers are in the format #####-#####

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    Ahh, thanks! I see them hidden there now.

    Did you have any problem getting the connector and female crimps for it from the dealer?

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    I actually ended up not picking up the parts from the dealer. Kind of at the last minute I decided they were not all that relevant to my project, since I couldn't get the connectors for the opposite ends (i.e. the connectors that are part of the head unit). Some of the part numbers did not work (they probably changed), but I'm sure that the parts guy at the dealer can help you out with whatever is not correct.

    Hope that helps!

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    Hi,
    I've been searching through the net about IEBus and AVCLAN and found this forum.

    I would like to say, that this connectors you mention, most of them are (also) built by AMP or Tyco, and if you contact your local Tyco dealer with toyota part number, they will, most of the cases, get you their (AMP or Tyco) part number and also some samples for each of the connectors...

    At least in the past with some other situations I had, they always helped! Even with the so called Toyota exclusive connectors!

    I'll try to see if my local sales office will get me this info, and will let you know as soon as I have it... But please also try on your location...

    Regards
    Rui

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    In May of 2007, I got the gray (grey?) factory plug for the VSS and reverse sensor wires. It's Toyota part number 90980-11909. Found it on eBay for $15 delivered.

    I forget the guy's name, but his eBay handle is toyolexnavspec. He seems to have access to all kinds of OEM nav parts.

    Hope this helps anyone else surfing through in search of connectors.

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    2005 Acura MDX Navigation OEM Connector

    Quote Originally Posted by tf_iii View Post
    In May of 2007, I got the gray (grey?) factory plug for the VSS and reverse sensor wires. It's Toyota part number 90980-11909. Found it on eBay for $15 delivered.

    I forget the guy's name, but his eBay handle is toyolexnavspec. He seems to have access to all kinds of OEM nav parts.

    Hope this helps anyone else surfing through in search of connectors.
    Can somebody help me in finding a 7 pin male connector which goes into the dvd unit of 2005 acura mdx. I only need the connector and not the entire wire harness. This connector is for rear view camera. Where can I find the oem connectors.....

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