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Anyone have info of what tool is used to De-pin a wire out of the HD disconnectors and where can I get one?
 

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These are the types of pins that I have to remove from the connector.
 

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Do a search on the forums. There is pictures and instructions. Use small pick or paperclip from the back side of connector. There is a tab on the pin side you have to pop up first. Its been a while since I did it .
 

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Dark, Here's the pic of the connector. It's for the saddlebag lid LED spoiler.

For some reason I can't see the picture but more than likely like what shermanator said is that there's going to be a lock, remove that and use a small flat tip or a paper clip, you should be able to see a little tab that you have to either push up or pull down and the pin will release from the back side of the connector. Someday I'll have to do a diy on how to de pin connectors as I was a wiring tech.. I've honestly never had to buy a de pin tool.


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A dental pick usually works pretty well. You can pick up a set at Harbor Frieght for about $5.

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ADD: You might have to remove that white piece in the middle of the connector first before you can get the pins out. That should pop out of the housing if I remember correctly.
 
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I put the darn thing together but now I need to replace the wires and can't get it back out I put the darn thing together but now I need to replace all the wires and can get them back out.
 

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I'll try you guys advice
 

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A small really small allen wrench will work and most people have those in there box.
 

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Thx. I'll try this evening
 

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A filed flat paper clip ( larger size) works fine once you get the knack of using it in the right place. You have to depress the reverse out pin.
 
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