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Repinning Gen 1 Wiring


fyre82

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Does anyone have a clue as to how to remove the wires from Gen 1 loom plugs?

I used the wrong cleaner on one of mine now the connection won't stay locked in the plastic plug.

I can't figure how to get the plug to release the other connections so I can replace it.

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Rich
 


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Which plug? Most of them you pull the red thing out and push the retainer up.
 

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Grey plugs that have main power. Lt. Grey 8 pin, left inside fender.

I have 2 to replace with, one has the red piece the other is tan.
How do I get that piece out?

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Rich
 

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NVM I figured it out. Helps when you clean it up to see what is there . . . :icon_twisted:

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