For everyone with the 70ís fuel injection, found a replacement for the fuel injector connectors. Most of mine were broken, and they then come loose at the slightest vibration.
The company is called Connectors Fast.com
The store site is herehttp://connectorsfast.net/catalog/index.php?cPath=1&osCsid=be71b83198903f3893ede40379668044
The connectors that fit are called EV1. There is also a low profile EV1, but I did not try that one. I bought an EV1 connector off ebay first to check the fit of the EV1 connectors, and these ones are definitely nicer quality.
The connectors come with terminals and seals, so you can use our old wire. I posted some pics of these compared to the OEM ones. Make sure the half circle cut out part is on the TOP. I messed up two trying to get them to fit.
Just for the casual observer, you probably wonít know they arenít stock. The only critique I have about them is that the terminals are quite small. In the instructions they show to crimp part of the terminal across the plug and the plastic of the wire. Our wire is too thick, so you have to crimp the whole terminal the copper part of the wire. Also, these connectors are VERY tight. At first I thought they did not fit correctly, they kept on falling off. The solution was to really press the connectors in, at least the first time, and it can be difficult with limited space. A way around this was to use an old injector to seat the connector the first time. After you connect and disconnect the connector from the old injector, look at the little tabs on the old injector. Make sure they did not move up or down, and everything lines up.
When you do get them pressed in properly they sit very nicely. No more loose connections, no more connectors falling off.