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Mast Lights Wiring Harness

So the mast is up. I wired up everything coming out of the mast, VHF aerial, instrumentation, and lighting wiring harness.

The harness seems a bit finicky, you have to push just so and hold your mouth just right to get it to work.

Does anyone know what the part is for a new plug, and where I can get it? Is it just a standard 5-6 point plug?

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Ryan...another alternative is to use a terminal block to make the connections.
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Ryan:

Would a PAS-Thru box fit in there? There was a nice article on the PANBO blog about this - click here.
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