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How do i replace the connector at the transmission for the backup lights? Connector cracked into two pieces

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I'm not sure if it can be. Lots of these newer connectors are sold as , you know, only complete and you splice it in. Is it bad on the switch side or the body harness side of the connector? Heck, if it's just to the back-up bulbs, you could connect the two wires together outside of the connector, and bypass the connector problem on that one wire. That would be the easiest fix, as long as the other pin connections are good
Now on the older removeable spade type connectors, you slip a fine wire or needle along the top of the metal pin to push down a little tang, and then the wire and pin will pull out from back of the plastic connector.
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