I'll add some more pictures of the MOPAR bulkhead connector terminals and their NAPA and MOPAR part numbers to this thread to get them all in one place. Credit - these pictures are from the NAPA catalog. BTW, NAPA also has multiple versions of Ford & GM terminals if anyone needs them!<br /><br />These items are all located in NAPA's Product Line NAPA Wire Products
Wire Terminal, Chrysler OEM Terminal; 18 to 20 Gauge NAPA Part: NW 725167 MOPAR OEM # 3843601
Wire Terminal, Chrysler OEM Terminal; 18 to 20 Gauge NAPA Part: NW 725166 MOPAR OEM # 3843386
As a service to those who are wiring up some heavier current or more vibration prone connections, there is a type of quick-connect terminal I discovered a while back which is generically referred to as a "Headlight" terminal, for it's ability to withstand the higher current draw of headlights. It's notable feature is the addition of a wide, flat spring tab inside the female terminal's contact area which adds additional force to the male terminal to keep it firmly in good contact. BTW, these are GM terminals: Wire Terminal, GM Metri-Pack 630 OEM Series; 14 to 16 gauge NAPA Part: NW 725194
Wire Terminal, GM Metri-Pack 480 Series; 14 to 16 Gauge NAPA Part: NW 725193
These are the GM bulkhead connector terminals. I've been told they might fit in a MOPAR, but your mileage may vary!
Wire Terminal, GM56 Series OEM Terminal; 14 to 16 Gauge NAPA Part: NW 725147
Wire Terminal, GM56 Series OEM Terminal; 14 to 16 Gauge NAPA Part: NW 725145
And here's several especially useful wiring related items, which may help keep the barn from burning down:
Fuse Tap, Fuse Taps For AGC Round Glass Fuses NAPA Part: NW 785131
Battery Cable End Tap NAPA Part: NW 785124
Battery Terminal Bolt - Quick Clamp NAPA Part: NW 785123
Hope this helps out someone. It sure took a while to put together.
And remember, Rich found the terminal numbers which made this all possible. Hats off to you Rich!!<br /><br />Clear skies!</div>