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In my experience, trying to find connectors used in specific applications, unless they are very generic connectors, is next to impossible. A lot of the time they are designed and manufactured for that application, or for that vehicle manufacturer (Honda might buy millions of them, but they aren't made for anybody else).

Whenever I've come up against this sort of thing, I usually just end up cutting the custom connectors off, and putting on some generic ones (I buy a big box of them from digikey.com and use them whenever I need them).
 

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You will have to go to a Honda Dealer, go and talk to the parts department and ask to look at their computer and it will show you the parts illustration.

Pick out the ones you want and they can order them for you.

Or you can just use five or six straight through inline, connectors and match up the wire colors. That is what I normally do for something that might need to come apart again, if not I just hard wire it and throw the connector away.

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