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Hi,
Is there a site where I could buy some plungers? I need an Ect and a Tps sensor new plunger, both female and male.
Thank you
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I think Fausto might be asking about plugs (e.g. connectors).

For a moment there I thought I had inadvertently signed into a plumbing site and was getting into some deep $h1t.
 

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Fausto, this is what most Americans think of when someone mentions a "plunger":

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Hence Chatman128's comment.

There are plunger switches, however, like the type that senses when the side stand is up or down.

Sorry, Don't know where to get plugs.
 

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If you just pulled the plugs off then end of the wire and they are otherwise in good shape you may be able to reattach them. I've done that with a could of the connectors, the rear ABS sensor and the camshaft position sensor. Look carefully at it and you may be able to puzzle out how to take it apart and refit the wires into it.

Past that I'm not sure where you can get replacement ones.
 

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If you are looking for an exact replacement, you are probably in trouble. If you are trying to effect a working repair you could probably find something serviceable at an automotive supply store. If you are an online kind of guy you could try google and you'll find places like:

http://www.waytekwire.com

I would probably go with something along the lines of a locking Molex connector like you find on:

http://www.waytekwire.com/products/26/MLX-Connectors/
 

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Try http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__Products/Connectors/Sealed/sealed.html for direct replacement, otherwise, seek out a scrapyard (autodemolizione) google "autodemolizione ricambi usati roma" and ask if you can buy both the male and the female side, including 10 cm of wiring on both ends, of a suitable small waterproof connector.

Then you can solder (saldare) the wires to the wires of the scooter and still be able to disconnect afterwards.
 

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Fausto, this is what most Americans think of when someone mentions a "plunger":

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Hihihihi :p
Now, when something in my kitchen goes wrong, I know what to ask on american forum too :p
Yes, I mean connectors and I thought that in Usa market I would have found someone that sell this type of connector.
i think I will follow the suggestion by Erikdk, it is probably the cheapest way to get it.
Thank to all for the suggestion and for the interesting " traduction" :p
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I have finally found all the connectors I needed. If you need it too I would suggest that you give a try to http://www.cycleterminal.com.
From order (in Usa) to my desktop (in Italy) in less than 10 days.
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fausto
The site looks like a 1:1 copy of easternbeaver.com except that this guy is in New Jersey and Easternbeaver is in Japan.

Edit: Cycleterminal.com has some different things than Easternbeaver.com for instance an ultra-micro relay that fits elegantly into the Metri-Pack system:
 
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