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The wiring plug and pins/terminals should be availiable though from an electrical supply place. All vehicles use standard design plugs and terminals. The various designs have names.. If you identify the design of plastic plug, then you will find new terminals for it easily enough I would think. The old pins will come out of the plastic once you have released the small locking clip inside it. 

To see various designs of plug and pin you could look in RS Online... Visually identify the plastic plug and then look at what terminals fit it.. 

Industrial Solutions | RS formerly known as RS Components (rs-online.com) Electronics components, power and connectors...

Or post a picture in the forum and I or someone may recognise it..

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