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Nissan GTR R35 Ignition Coil Connectors

Practical Motorsport Wiring - Club Level

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I want to give the R35 GTR Ignition coils a try on a boosted Volvo 5 cylinder application and was wondering what connectors are used for the ignition coils.

Are they something available through the general sources like Mouser etc. ?

Thanks a lot in advance


G'day Christoph.

I can't help you out with a manufacturer part number unfortunately, its not a connector I know off the top of my head, but a quick google of 'Nissan R35 GTR Coil Connector' brings up plenty of options, and I would say with a bit of time and internet sleuthing you'd be able to find the manufacturer and part number :-).

Hi Zach,

yeah, already did that and normally am pretty good at it. In this case, no real success yet. But I guess I will keep on searching and if I am not successful buy a couple of sets off the smaller stores.

Seems like they are Sumitomo 6189-0779 connectors which none of the regular suppliers in the EU stocks. I may have to buy them from the UK, but lets see ;). UPDATE: Done, lets see if they are any good and genuine.

Hi Christoph,

Any hints on sourcing Sumitomo connectors in EU? I am also looking for some older Nissan OEM stuff.



Bought them here:


Price OK, shipping reasonably quick etc.

I cannot say, however, if they are genuine. They look like OEM, good quality. But you know how it is. Compared to other high res pictures online (bmotorsports e.g.) and they visually are the same. But I am not 100% sure.

It looks up to the task.


@Christoph Jonen Thank you for the link to that site.

Having seen Nondas own topic and having the same issue finding pins for OEM connectors, you have answered the question i was yet to find an answer too.

I spent ages on this site measuring each connector and i managed to identify the connector part number but still had issues finding the pins and even a decent priced new connector in the UK.

That site is reasonably priced and seems to list all the Nissan OEM connectors.

To help anyone else out in the same situation i was in, here are the items i was looking for and the part numbers.

I haven't purchased these yet so have only compared via photos and measurements at the site linked above.

S1 Brown Coil connector - Sumitomo RS Series - 6189-7710

CAS (Mitsubishi) - Sumitomo RS Series - 6189-7469

AAC Valve Brown connector - Sumitomo RS Series - 6189-0774

IAC Valve Purple connector- Sumitomo RS Series - 6189-0778

@Christoph Jonen we meet again.... :)

@Jack Mason nice initiative with the summary. It takes indeed ages of scrolling throught similar pages with undefined dimensions, just to be fairly sure that you got it right. Then, the source quest begins....

I still haven't gotten to the bottom of my quest for 90's terminals, but i managed to identify the most of them, just to find out that they are not in production any more.

A solid source is Nexelec.com with ludicrous shipping costs to EU. I managed though to get some terminals via aliexress, after https://jaydeeautocables.com.au/ suggested to me to look in Yueqing Haidie Electric Co., Ltd.

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