Re: Connector repair - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
There unfortunately isn't a good answer here. It's easy enough to remove the terminals from the housing - just flip open the little door (the hinge is visible in your photo) with your finger or a screwdriver - but unfortunately replacing the actual terminals is - AFAIK - impossible. I've not been able to find installable ones anywhere. Your best bet will be to harvest some spare wire from another car - these connectors were used in door locks, windows, pillars, corner lights, and some sub-connectors in the trunk. The female side was also used on the corner lights of NG900s, but that doesn't help you here. Get a male terminal with a few inches of wiring and use something like a permaseal butt connector to splice the wiring together.
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