• MUYI 10 Kit 2 Pin Way Waterproof Electrical Connector 1.5mm Series Terminals Water Resistend
  • MUYI 10 Kit 2 Pin Way Waterproof Electrical Connector 1.5mm Series Terminals Water Resistend
  • MUYI 10 Kit 2 Pin Way Waterproof Electrical Connector 1.5mm Series Terminals Water Resistend
  • MUYI 10 Kit 2 Pin Way Waterproof Electrical Connector 1.5mm Series Terminals Water Resistend
  • MUYI 10 Kit 2 Pin Way Waterproof Electrical Connector 1.5mm Series Terminals Water Resistend
  • MUYI 10 Kit 2 Pin Way Waterproof Electrical Connector 1.5mm Series Terminals Water Resistend
MUYI 10 Kit 2 Pin Way Waterproof Electrical Connector 1.5mm Series Terminals Water Resistend
MUYI 10 Kit 2 Pin Way Waterproof Electrical Connector 1.5mm Series Terminals Water Resistend
MUYI 10 Kit 2 Pin Way Waterproof Electrical Connector 1.5mm Series Terminals Water Resistend
MUYI 10 Kit 2 Pin Way Waterproof Electrical Connector 1.5mm Series Terminals Water Resistend
MUYI 10 Kit 2 Pin Way Waterproof Electrical Connector 1.5mm Series Terminals Water Resistend
MUYI 10 Kit 2 Pin Way Waterproof Electrical Connector 1.5mm Series Terminals Water Resistend

MUYI 10 Kit 2 Pin Way Waterproof Electrical Connector 1.5mm Series Terminals Water Resistend

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  • 20-16 AWG male & female waterproof connectors.
  • Operating temperature : -10~+80.
  • Easy to install under soldering and crimping.
  • 2 position rectangular black housing connector (hole dia: 0.24").
  • Use for car, truck, boat, motorcycle, and other wire connections.

Customer Reviews

Pins do not latch into the housingThese are really low quality. I have a proper crimp tool, and plenty of experience with weatherpack and metripack terminals. These are not standard or interchangable with OEM style terminals and connectors. They are very difficult to assemble correctly. The terminal pins do not lock into the connector housings as they should. There is no tooth to prevent the terminal from just sliding back out of the housing. If you need something cheap, consider getting the pre-assembled pigtail version instead of trying to build these yourself. If it is really important, get the OEM style connectors and parts.1I use the heck out of these connectors!Ever since I found this type of connector, I use them on most anything that I might think may have to come apart. Lights / relays / switches / etc. Keeps things neat and simple. You have to have some decent eyesight, and preferably a good wire crimper. I haven't had any issues with these, and keep LOTS of them on hand in all different pin configurations (2 / 3 / 4 pin)!They work best on probably 18 ga wire, but I have used them successfully on 16 and 14 gauge, you just have to use a bit more patience and finesse to get the crimp right.Slide the yellow silicone water barrier up over your wire. Then strip a tiny bit off the end of your wire, slide it into the 'cradle' of the little metal pin, use a small pair of needle nose to push the forward 'flaps' over the exposed wire (your insulation should be butted up to these). Use a good crimp to squeeze these 'flaps' onto your wire (or just use your needle nose if you don't have a crimper). Then the rearward 'flaps' will fold over onto the insulation ( squeeze these down too) to help hold everything. The only thing I have to do (usually twice!) is figure out which way the pin will slide in and lock. You'll know it when it's right. It'll click into place.Love these connectors, especially after I figured out the best way to install. Just takes a bit of practice to get it right, but I don't install anything on my Jeep without these anymore!5Terminal won't lock into the connectorI've seen many reviews of this product good and bad. But decided to take a chance on them because of the price.Now I hate giving a product a 1 star review because I feel that's pretty harsh. But I can't even use these.I won't sit here and claim I'm some wiring god gifted from the heavens like some other reviews here. But I'm no stranger to it either.I won't rule out the possibility I got a bad batch either.The issue I'm having is the terminals crimp good and tight, no issue there but the terminals themselves won't lock into the connector.Each one I've tried I get a nice solid click, but the terminals slide right back out. Now you can feel free to blame me and not the connectors I promise I won't lose any sleep over it. But if I can take an uncrimped terminal, put it in the connector, then slide it back out without de pinning it then in my opinion it's trash.So my final verdict here is skip these, spend a little extra and go Delphi.I've used Delphi for as long as I can remember and I've never had the issue that these give me.1Great connectors! - Suggestion to MUYI, include at least 2 extra pins.These connectors are great and super easy to use (with crimper) I used them for a CB disconnect and a few other items in a Jeep and I love them, they keep a solid connection, stay clean and dry.Pro:Easy to use (with crimper)Pretty clear instructionsboots and fittings work really wellCon:No extra ends with package, so if you make a mistake you will be missing an end.5Works Well if You Take Your Time!These connectors work very well as long as you take your time assembling the pins. Like some other reviewers have noted, I sacrificed a couple of pins when trying to work out the best method for crimping.A couple of tips:1. Use only 16-gauge wire or smaller. Believe me, 14 is just too large. I tried 14 on a pin, and it worked but was a pain to assemble. 18-gauge is probably the best size. Also, you only need to strip off very little insulation - perhaps 3/16" at the most. Your objective is to have just enough bare wire to get all the way under the crimp tabs; you want insulation to span the full length of the larger tabs.2. Be SURE to put the yellow silicone collars on the wire FIRST. (Yes, the voice of experience speaking here.)3. I did not trust the purely mechanical connection of the wire to the pin so I soldered them after crimping both sets of tabs.4. I did not have a crimping tool. I used a pair of diagonal wire cutters to crimp the tabs. The way I got my best crimps was by doing the bare wire crimps first, then the larger tabs on the insulation. I also found that if I first crimped one tab a little bit, then the opposite one a little bit, this worked best. You can control the crimping much better if you only crimp each tab a little at a time working back and forth.5. As I mentioned above, I didn't trust the mechanical crimp so I soldered the connection after crimping both sets of tabs.One really nice feature I noticed was the "click" you get when you insert the pins into the connector shells. When you hear the "click" you know it's in all the way.These work very well and I am very pleased with them.5Don't waste your time trying to assemble these.Once you go through all the trouble of cutting your wires, stripping, and soldering the pins to the wires, the pins won't lock up when you slide them up inside the connector housing. You will be wasting your solder and time. I threw the entire package into the garbage after having prepared 2 wires on 4 lights = 8 pins. Not a single one would slide into the connector housing and lock in place. Three hours of work for nothing and what a waste of money. I am sick of this garbage type of product for sale on Amazon for unsuspecting customers. I might as well be shopping on Alibaba and throwing my money away on Chinese robbers. I want Amazon to post clearly where products are made in the world in bold letters. I want to be able to set my account to automatically screen out any products that come from China.1Good connectors, will take practice to get perfect.These are exactly what I was looking for. I wasted a few of them because I'm still learning how to properly get them crimped and ensure that the pins are inserted correctly into the housing.This will definitely take some practice to get perfect. The inside clip is a bit flimsy and I broke a few already which rendered the housing useless since the pin wouldn't lock in place. However, this could be due to my inexperience using these.I got a few of them wired in good and am using them for fog lights on my armored bumper on my truck. Makes the whole thing looks professional and from the factory if you do it right.I bought the recommended crimping tool to go with it, and am GLAD I did. I would recommend you purchase the proper tool to ensure you get this on correctly. i would have wasted a lot more of them if I had not purchased the proper crimping tool.5Mixed reviews explainedAs someone who does a lot of automotive work I really like these connectors. That being said if you crimp these with pliers instead of the crimping tool they are tough to assemble. There is very little clearance. I use the crimping tool and solder the wire as well. Absolutely top notch. But if you are not using solder these can pull out even when properly crimped. Take the time to do it right, crimp and solder. These are great connectors if you set them up correctly.4Nice, weather-resistant connectors for most DIY electrical/electronics usesFirst off, the connectors are nicely made. The plastic molds for the male/female connectors are solid, hefty and devoid of plastic 'flashing' found on less expensive connectors. Secondly, the yellow plastic/rubber-like weather resistant gaskets are easy to install and appear to be well made. Overall, the connectors have a nice fit and finish, look and feel well made and appear to keep out the elements, as described. I will see if I can post a follow-up to this review or add a section describing my experience with the connectors over the next 6-months. I installed a few connectors in my Fiat X1/9 restoration project for rear tail light, side markers and brake lights. Although not directly exposed to the elements, I went for good quality connectors to join rear automotive lights to my wiring harness because it makes future repairs/removal/reinstallation easier. Assembling the connectors was not difficult but I would recommend watching a couple of videos on the process if you are not familiar with these style of connectors. It can take several minutes to strip the wires, crimp and (or) solder the pins to the cable but it isn't terrible. It might be frustrating when aligning/orienting the assembled wire pins to the connector housing but if you take your time and make sure the orientation is correct, they generally slide in and lock into place, easily. If the wire you are using is thin wire-gauge or ultra-flexible stranded, you might need a fine pair of needle nosed pliers to help lock the pins into the connectors. If I could rate the connectors 4.5 out of 5, I would. My only complaint is that some pins wont lock into place and require using a different pin. That is not a common issue but I did experience it with one of the 10 connectors I installed. It might have been user error but it is something I wanted to point out. The connectors are good up to 18AWG but it will vary based on the type of wire and insulation material/thickness used. Overall, the connectors are well made, assemble easily and make solid contact mechanically and electrically.4Hot garbageI read all the reviews and gave these a try anyway....they don't work. I soldered the wires to the connectors,and took a lot of time to get everything set up correctly, but the problem is the little yellow stoppers don't do anything to keep the wire in the connector. They work themselves loose, often when you connect the male to the female. Usually you wont tell one has slipped until you finish your wiring and find out your lights aren't working. Very disappointing.1
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Description
  • 20-16 AWG male & female waterproof connectors.
  • Operating temperature : -10~+80.
  • Easy to install under soldering and crimping.
  • 2 position rectangular black housing connector (hole dia: 0.24").
  • Use for car, truck, boat, motorcycle, and other wire connections.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Pins do not latch into the housingThese are really low quality. I have a proper crimp tool, and plenty of experience with weatherpack and metripack terminals. These are not standard or interchangable with OEM style terminals and connectors. They are very difficult to assemble correctly. The terminal pins do not lock into the connector housings as they should. There is no tooth to prevent the terminal from just sliding back out of the housing. If you need something cheap, consider getting the pre-assembled pigtail version instead of trying to build these yourself. If it is really important, get the OEM style connectors and parts.1I use the heck out of these connectors!Ever since I found this type of connector, I use them on most anything that I might think may have to come apart. Lights / relays / switches / etc. Keeps things neat and simple. You have to have some decent eyesight, and preferably a good wire crimper. I haven't had any issues with these, and keep LOTS of them on hand in all different pin configurations (2 / 3 / 4 pin)!They work best on probably 18 ga wire, but I have used them successfully on 16 and 14 gauge, you just have to use a bit more patience and finesse to get the crimp right.Slide the yellow silicone water barrier up over your wire. Then strip a tiny bit off the end of your wire, slide it into the 'cradle' of the little metal pin, use a small pair of needle nose to push the forward 'flaps' over the exposed wire (your insulation should be butted up to these). Use a good crimp to squeeze these 'flaps' onto your wire (or just use your needle nose if you don't have a crimper). Then the rearward 'flaps' will fold over onto the insulation ( squeeze these down too) to help hold everything. The only thing I have to do (usually twice!) is figure out which way the pin will slide in and lock. You'll know it when it's right. It'll click into place.Love these connectors, especially after I figured out the best way to install. Just takes a bit of practice to get it right, but I don't install anything on my Jeep without these anymore!5Terminal won't lock into the connectorI've seen many reviews of this product good and bad. But decided to take a chance on them because of the price.Now I hate giving a product a 1 star review because I feel that's pretty harsh. But I can't even use these.I won't sit here and claim I'm some wiring god gifted from the heavens like some other reviews here. But I'm no stranger to it either.I won't rule out the possibility I got a bad batch either.The issue I'm having is the terminals crimp good and tight, no issue there but the terminals themselves won't lock into the connector.Each one I've tried I get a nice solid click, but the terminals slide right back out. Now you can feel free to blame me and not the connectors I promise I won't lose any sleep over it. But if I can take an uncrimped terminal, put it in the connector, then slide it back out without de pinning it then in my opinion it's trash.So my final verdict here is skip these, spend a little extra and go Delphi.I've used Delphi for as long as I can remember and I've never had the issue that these give me.1Great connectors! - Suggestion to MUYI, include at least 2 extra pins.These connectors are great and super easy to use (with crimper) I used them for a CB disconnect and a few other items in a Jeep and I love them, they keep a solid connection, stay clean and dry.Pro:Easy to use (with crimper)Pretty clear instructionsboots and fittings work really wellCon:No extra ends with package, so if you make a mistake you will be missing an end.5Works Well if You Take Your Time!These connectors work very well as long as you take your time assembling the pins. Like some other reviewers have noted, I sacrificed a couple of pins when trying to work out the best method for crimping.A couple of tips:1. Use only 16-gauge wire or smaller. Believe me, 14 is just too large. I tried 14 on a pin, and it worked but was a pain to assemble. 18-gauge is probably the best size. Also, you only need to strip off very little insulation - perhaps 3/16" at the most. Your objective is to have just enough bare wire to get all the way under the crimp tabs; you want insulation to span the full length of the larger tabs.2. Be SURE to put the yellow silicone collars on the wire FIRST. (Yes, the voice of experience speaking here.)3. I did not trust the purely mechanical connection of the wire to the pin so I soldered them after crimping both sets of tabs.4. I did not have a crimping tool. I used a pair of diagonal wire cutters to crimp the tabs. The way I got my best crimps was by doing the bare wire crimps first, then the larger tabs on the insulation. I also found that if I first crimped one tab a little bit, then the opposite one a little bit, this worked best. You can control the crimping much better if you only crimp each tab a little at a time working back and forth.5. As I mentioned above, I didn't trust the mechanical crimp so I soldered the connection after crimping both sets of tabs.One really nice feature I noticed was the "click" you get when you insert the pins into the connector shells. When you hear the "click" you know it's in all the way.These work very well and I am very pleased with them.5Don't waste your time trying to assemble these.Once you go through all the trouble of cutting your wires, stripping, and soldering the pins to the wires, the pins won't lock up when you slide them up inside the connector housing. You will be wasting your solder and time. I threw the entire package into the garbage after having prepared 2 wires on 4 lights = 8 pins. Not a single one would slide into the connector housing and lock in place. Three hours of work for nothing and what a waste of money. I am sick of this garbage type of product for sale on Amazon for unsuspecting customers. I might as well be shopping on Alibaba and throwing my money away on Chinese robbers. I want Amazon to post clearly where products are made in the world in bold letters. I want to be able to set my account to automatically screen out any products that come from China.1Good connectors, will take practice to get perfect.These are exactly what I was looking for. I wasted a few of them because I'm still learning how to properly get them crimped and ensure that the pins are inserted correctly into the housing.This will definitely take some practice to get perfect. The inside clip is a bit flimsy and I broke a few already which rendered the housing useless since the pin wouldn't lock in place. However, this could be due to my inexperience using these.I got a few of them wired in good and am using them for fog lights on my armored bumper on my truck. Makes the whole thing looks professional and from the factory if you do it right.I bought the recommended crimping tool to go with it, and am GLAD I did. I would recommend you purchase the proper tool to ensure you get this on correctly. i would have wasted a lot more of them if I had not purchased the proper crimping tool.5Mixed reviews explainedAs someone who does a lot of automotive work I really like these connectors. That being said if you crimp these with pliers instead of the crimping tool they are tough to assemble. There is very little clearance. I use the crimping tool and solder the wire as well. Absolutely top notch. But if you are not using solder these can pull out even when properly crimped. Take the time to do it right, crimp and solder. These are great connectors if you set them up correctly.4Nice, weather-resistant connectors for most DIY electrical/electronics usesFirst off, the connectors are nicely made. The plastic molds for the male/female connectors are solid, hefty and devoid of plastic 'flashing' found on less expensive connectors. Secondly, the yellow plastic/rubber-like weather resistant gaskets are easy to install and appear to be well made. Overall, the connectors have a nice fit and finish, look and feel well made and appear to keep out the elements, as described. I will see if I can post a follow-up to this review or add a section describing my experience with the connectors over the next 6-months. I installed a few connectors in my Fiat X1/9 restoration project for rear tail light, side markers and brake lights. Although not directly exposed to the elements, I went for good quality connectors to join rear automotive lights to my wiring harness because it makes future repairs/removal/reinstallation easier. Assembling the connectors was not difficult but I would recommend watching a couple of videos on the process if you are not familiar with these style of connectors. It can take several minutes to strip the wires, crimp and (or) solder the pins to the cable but it isn't terrible. It might be frustrating when aligning/orienting the assembled wire pins to the connector housing but if you take your time and make sure the orientation is correct, they generally slide in and lock into place, easily. If the wire you are using is thin wire-gauge or ultra-flexible stranded, you might need a fine pair of needle nosed pliers to help lock the pins into the connectors. If I could rate the connectors 4.5 out of 5, I would. My only complaint is that some pins wont lock into place and require using a different pin. That is not a common issue but I did experience it with one of the 10 connectors I installed. It might have been user error but it is something I wanted to point out. The connectors are good up to 18AWG but it will vary based on the type of wire and insulation material/thickness used. Overall, the connectors are well made, assemble easily and make solid contact mechanically and electrically.4Hot garbageI read all the reviews and gave these a try anyway....they don't work. I soldered the wires to the connectors,and took a lot of time to get everything set up correctly, but the problem is the little yellow stoppers don't do anything to keep the wire in the connector. They work themselves loose, often when you connect the male to the female. Usually you wont tell one has slipped until you finish your wiring and find out your lights aren't working. Very disappointing.1
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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