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OEM Turn Signal Lamp Wiring Connector

I am looking for the OEM wiring harness connector to the right front turn signal lamp. The connector is a two-pin female 'round' plastic connector. Does anyone have a source for this - new or used. I could not find it on e-bay or any of the Honda online dealer sites.
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Re: OEM Turn Signal Lamp Wiring Connector

I'm assuming this is for an 88 Prelude. The turn signals and connectors are different 88/89 vs 90/91 model years. The only suggestion I have for you is to look for people parting out their 88/89, or scour the junkyards/salvage yards. Try car-part.com. They may not list that connector, but I'm sure they'll list the turn signal. Then you'll have some contact information so you can call the different salvage yards and see it's they'll sell just the connector.
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Re: OEM Turn Signal Lamp Wiring Connector

Got a few 3rd gens here in griffin ga. I know of three there. I'll see if I can get one for you if they're 88 or 89's.
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Re: OEM Turn Signal Lamp Wiring Connector

Are you reffering to the one in the bumper or the one on the fender?
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Re: OEM Turn Signal Lamp Wiring Connector

Thanks everyone for the resposses. Found one this weekend at the Pull-A-Part place.
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