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    turbo addict Tony Hanna's Avatar
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    Weatherpack connectors?

    The TPS connector on the Spirit is loose, and has been causing some random surging and the occasional code 24. A zip tie wrapped around one of the vacuum barbs on the TB and back to the connector has it sorted out for now, but it's at best a temporary (and unsightly) solution. I have another TPS connector with a 6" pigtail cut from a junkyard car, but I'd really rather not cut and splice wires to use it. Is there any good way to disassemble a weatherpack connector and crimp or solder new wires to the terminals? Or, should I just quit worrying about it, and splice the new pigtail in with solder and shrink tubing?
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    Tony

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    Re: Weatherpack connectors?

    Nevermind. I ended up pulling the stock connector apart and crimping the terminals a little. Fits nice and snug now.

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    Re: Weatherpack connectors?

    Download the catalog from Terminal Supply Co. I have made new connectors for several parts.

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    Re: Weatherpack connectors?

    Thanks! I'll check it out. I think It's sorted for the time being, but I'm always running into problems with this stuff.

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