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  • How to extract terminals from a VP44 connector

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    Maybe you've followed the VP44 diagnostics instructions over at blue chip... there's a point where one of the steps involves cutting the wire for pin 5.  If you really need to do that experiment, don't cut your wire.  Pull the terminal. 

     

    I made a tool to extract terminals from a VP44 connector.  It's just a bit of brass tubing.  I put it in a drill and sanded it down until it was small enough to fit into the front of the connector. 

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    You need to move the little red tabs.  This releases the lock that holds the terminals.   But it's not the only lock.

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    Insert the brass tube over the front of the terminal.  It should go in about 1/4" or so.  The tube will cover the barbs in the terminal... releasing the second lock.

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    Then pull out the terminal. 

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    Good times.

     

     

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