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Hey all looking for someone to tell me what pin type this is.
It's for the female end of a iso harness.

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So the 16 pin plug in your hand with outside obscured with foam came out of what year TJ and is wired into what in particular


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Oh sorry, it's a iso harness for my stereo.
I want to wire in an extra wire that off to the side of the harness for the amp kicker, I could just splice it, but wanted to have it made harness to harness so was looking to buy one of those metal pins.
 

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So not even a tj connector

What make model radio is it plugged into


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It's a joying, but the harness in the picture is iso standard.

I then have a harness that wires into the TJ harness.

Just figured someone here regardless of it being iso or TJ harness might know the particular pin name.
 

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Could you pick up the wire at the TJ plug as depending on year we know where to gets plugs with pins for those

ISO standard don’t mean squat


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See if there's not a model # of that plug molded onto it somewhere so you can google it.
 

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What you don’t grasp is each connector manufacturer can retain the pins in a different way so you cannot necessarily swap pins from a metro adapter to a scosche adapter even though both plug into same radio port




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its just a plain ISO standard radio wiring harness
available almost everywhere. Metra, Amazon....
Yup it's standard iso. Regardless one car it's plugged into or what the other end of the harness looks like the iso end should always be the same.

I could just buy another one and pull one without, open pin and re purpose, just figured if I was going to do all that I would see if I could find the pins on their own and buy a batch keep which I have now done I think on AliExpress.

I believe this should do the trick
AU $2.39 15%OFF | 1/5/10/20 sets TE tyco 8 pin 3.5mm male female brown unsealed middle slot auto ISO Radio horn CD plug connector for Toyota Lexus
 
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