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Post Info TOPIC: Removing wires from factory connectors. Corvair. GM 60s harness


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Removing wires from factory connectors. Corvair. GM 60s harness
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How do you remove the pins out of these connectors. 



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Slide a sharp thin needle point down into the harness, you`ll see a small push in clip.....push and wiggle free.

Repeat process on all.

Dan

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Dan. Is that from the front or back.

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The front, as it illustrates in your picture.....the rear is the wire side.

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I have taken a paperclip, and hammered the end flat. Works every time.

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Cool thanks. I got it with a tiny screwdriver. But I will remember the hammered paper clip.

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My pleasure. Anything to help.

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