Part: 4 Terminal Wiring Harness Electrical Connector for CB175 / CB200 / CB350 / CB360 / CB450 / CB550 / CB750
Why You Need This: The plastic components on your vintage Honda motorcycle are prone to dry rot, and the multi-pin plastic terminal connectors in your electrical system are not omitted from this reality. We have seen them crumble apart, have big chunks broken off, missing the locking clip or even packed full of corrosion that the inner terminals are dust (we chased an electrical gremlin for weeks in a CB360 in this exact situation). Honda CB175 / CB200 / CB350 / CB360 / CB450 / CB550 / CB750 all used the same type of components in the gremlin prone wiring harness of these vintage bikes.
The 4 terminal connectors were commonly used for the key switch connection, regulator / rectifier connector and even the stator coil connection in the CB / CL360 Scramblers. Some of the older bikes like the CB450 and CB175 used a round brown plastic connector with small pins (see our #3003 key switch as a reference) for such connections. Honda phased this round style connector out by the mid 70's in favor of this square style spade terminal connector, which would be suitable upgrade when repairing an original wiring harness.
Our high quality wiring harness connectors and brass spade terminals are made in Japan and are what you need to make your wiring harness like new again. Sold individually as a package of connector with terminals. Additionally, we toss in an extra male an female terminal because we know sometimes that you screw one up when installing and you will need it. As always Common Motor has got your back.