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Electrical block thingy 
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I'm after anther block with 2 pins like on the end of the wires shown on the picture. So then there plug and play on the indicators from ph2 to ph3 then 306.

I have got side indicator plugs similar but there smaller with a 501 bulb. So I'm trying to find out where the bigger block name ones are?

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looks like what are called junior timer housings - http://www.vehicle-wiring-products.eu/V ... usings.php
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Sack of Spuds wrote:
looks like what are called junior timer housings - http://www.vehicle-wiring-products.eu/V ... usings.php


Those are the ones thanks for that. :smt038 =D>
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