Part: 6 Terminal Wiring Harness Electrical Connector for CB175 / CB200 / CB350 / CB360 / CB450 / CB550 / CB750
Why You Need This: Plastic parts of your vintage Honda motorcycle are frequently decomposing, and the multi-pin plastic terminal connectors in your electrical system should not be overlooked from this phenomenon. Sometimes they dissolve apart, have big pieces cracked off, missing the locking clip or even packed full of corrosion that the inner terminals look like a snow globe (we had pristine CB360 in this exact situation causing all kinds of electrical havoc, talk about hidden). Honda CB175 / CB200 / CB350 / CB360 / CB450 / CB550 / CB750 all used the same style of terminals and connectors in the wiring harnesses; thus regardless of model the same issues arise. Same is true of the many other Japanese bikes from the era that use the same type of terminal wiring harness connectors.
The 6 terminal connectors were commonly used for the fuse box connection on the CB / CL360 scrambler, the regulator / rectifier connector on the CB550 & CB750 as well as the handlebar mounted key switch in the 1975 and later bikes like the CB500T. Sometimes Honda would use a 6 terminal connector, but only utilize 5 of the actual terminals, which you should keep in mind when building a custom wiring harness.
Our high quality wiring harness connectors and brass spade terminals are made in Japan and are what you need repair your wiring harness like original. Sold individually as a package of connector with terminals. Additionally, we add in one 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.