Oh yeah, I should've clarified, I meant to specify if that part number would work for the connector/pins. Sorry about that! I'm personally going to pick up a compatible sun sensor at a u-pull-it to both save myself some money, as well as to reduce e-waste.Your part number appears to be the actual wires for the sun senor, not the sensor itself. The sensor part number is 55111275AA, make sure the last digit before the letters is a 5.
I would take the connector/pins as well for the sun sensor. But, from what I've read, messing with the sun sensor connector is a real pain? I'm trying to plan out what to do here, and if I could get away without spending $34+ dollars for that, I definitely would.
Also, thank you for providing the sensor part number!
And those look good, I'll have to get myself some supplies, including the soldering iron.I believe I used the same product as this, just a larger box and it had heat shrink tubes (on their own without solder in them) https://www.amazon.ca/Solder-Connec...connectors+heat+shrink&qid=1684990451&sr=8-36