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Old 01-10-2005, 11:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Removing pins from black ECU plugs

How to remove pins from the black ECU plugs.

Tool:
paperclip or mini screwdriver
sandpaper or any type of sander that you can make work.

Undo a paperclip. Sand down one of the ends so it's flat. Lightly pull on the wire of the pin you wan't to remove. Stick the paperclip all the way in the middle of the pins. Then twist the paperclip and it pops right out.

I removed like 6 or 7 of them in a row after I figured this out. Also this will scrath the pin so take it easy. A very small piece of tape or something might help.

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great diy they also have tools for removing the pins that kinda of look like a really thin screwdriver. Had to learn this for wire repairs and connector repairs in electronics.
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