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On the other end of the wires from this connector is a MR16/GU5.3 Socket with Retaining Clips for a bulb.

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My clips need to be replaced so I am looking to replace the entire part with both connectors. But, I cannot identify this clip plug. The male components are exactly 9mm long.

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It looks like a Molex Mini-Fit Jr Connector. You can compare the dimensions from the linked drawing and/or the picture below.

connector picture

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It is something like the Molex MLX™ Connectors.

But since you are replacing the 12V lamp and connector, it might be easier to replace both connectors (Plug and socket) using standard connectors that are easier to locate. e.g. 4 pin Molex HDD plugs used in PC's are easy to shop for in pairs.

This part is usually specified by the shell , the crimp pins and the crimping tool and there is not indication you are aware of this.

Unless you need 10k pcs, . good luck finding stock.

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Looks like the one I am currently working on. That is a Molex MiniFit-Jr 5566 series plug. It is the mate for my header; the one you see on the PCB view.Mate For your Plug

Also attached is another screen-shot with data for your Molex plug.Your Molex Plug

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