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Not quite sure what you mean, did you break a wire harness loom that keeps all the wires bundled together or did you break an actual plug connector?
If you broke a loom clip them use black electrical tape to wrap the wires back together. If you broke a plug, go to the dealer and buy the new plug or harness. the new plug will have mew wires already attached and all you'll have to do is match color, cut, splice, solder, heat shrink and plug back in.
If you have another problem for some reason or another that I haven't hit on then I'd suggest going to your local parts stor or dealership and buy the repair manual for your car, turn to the electricl schematic section and follow your color codes from there..
Easy fix. The factory has fitted a special socket to connect direct to factory speakers. Just cut this off and connect the wiring from your new speakers to the factory wiring. Use insulated connectors or solder and tape up the wiring. Make sure that the speaker wire with a "trace" or line of colour through it marries up with the same wire in the car. Cheers.
There might be some circuit malfunctioning or some of its parts (tiny ones made of plastic ) may be damaged. i would suggest you to open that mouse. There will be a screw on the back side. Open it. Now uncover the mouse by removing its top cover. Now you'll be able to see what actually the problem is. If some part is damaged, then i have to say that you'd have to buy a new one and if there is some wire cut down then go to any electronics shop and ask him to make it right for you.
Hi, Replacing the rca plug at the end of the cable is just a matter of splicing the wires correctly. The wire is actually a 2 wire line, almost directly under the black outer casing will be the ground wire ( is actually going to be totally wrapped around the center wire ) this will be evident if you look at the cross section where you cut the cord. The replacement end can be purchased at the local Radio Shack, less than $3 probably for a pack of 2. When stripping the casing from the cord be carful not to cut away too much of ground wire sheath ( this may lead to difficulty in attaching new end ) it is almost inevitable to have a few strands of wire cut loose. The next step is to sort of " part " the outer sheathing, then kind of wrap both halves around the inner conductor as close to where you stripped outer sheathing away as possible. Next strip away the inner wires sheathing and you have the two ends to either solder, if you know how to, or tie through the holes of the replacement rca plugs leads. I hope this was of enough help and thank you for asking FixYa, Good luck-Prodzilla
How old is your wiring? Is it cooper or Aluminiun? Important to Know. What type of electric panel is installed? If I were Your electrician I would locate the Point the panel feed reaches the Circuit( Either Lt Plug Switch Etc.) and track it from outlet to outlet through the complete cir. Youy could have damaged wires or Any number of problems, some times mice chew threw wires in wall. but tracking the circuit down step by step should be easy for a electrician, using a continuity tester. If you test intire ciruit you will find the problem impossible not to.