Question about 2006 Chrysler Town & Country
If you cannot pull it out with pliers or tweezers, then you will probaby have to replace the terminal in the female connector. Picking at it with a pick may help. but will most likely damage the connector. Whatever you do, be careful not to damage the connector shell. These can be very hard to come by. Pins with wire attached (pigtails) can be purchaced from the dealer. They usually do not have the entire connector shell available, but you can ask. With the pigtail, you would simply cut the wire and replace the connector pin in the connector. If they have the connector shell with wires, you would cut all the wires and splice a whole new connector shell onto the vehicle wiring harness.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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