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  1. #1
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    Default Electrical connectors

    I know this has been addressed before, but I don't have time to locate the answer. I need to swap hoods on a '95 XP. My question is how do you remove the electrical wires from the plastic case to get them through the small holes in the hood? I don't want to have to replace the connectors, but if I have to, I guess I have to. Thanks, Joe

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    Default Re: Electrical connectors

    you need the special detent tool..
    dont try to get em out with any other tool as you will damage the seals and connectors
    tool is like 10-15 bux

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    Default Re: Electrical connectors

    Snap-On tools P/N TT600-4 $7.80 retail....here's the link....


    http://buy1.snapon.com/catalog/searc...e=snapon-store


    This is part of a 6 piece kit for many powersports and automotive applications The kit is TT600..... retails for $41.95....here's the link to the kit....


    http://buy1.snapon.com/catalog/item....store&tool=all
    John Kubiak
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    Default Re: Electrical connectors

    It is a "detent tool" for GM connectors. Sold at any NAPA auto parts store for about $8 bucks. It have used a ball point pen ink refill tube and a small brass tube that I got at the hobby shop on different occasions in the past.
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