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Headlight connection Question

This is a discussion on Headlight connection Question within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Has anyone cut the headlight connector off and put some blade connectors on http://www.jamestowndistributors.com/userportal/woeimages/Electrical/54665.jpg[/URL] bkuz my connectors are kind of ...

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    Headlight connection Question

    Has anyone cut the headlight connector off and put some blade connectors on

    http://www.jamestowndistributors.com/userportal/woeimages/Electrical/54665.jpg[/URL]

    bkuz my connectors are kind of burnt and charred and someone told me that he did this and was jus wanting to run it past you guys on here, and it looks like it would fit perfectly on the headlight prongs

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    have you haerd of anyone doin this man. O and im bout to have to pull my alternator again haha dam powersteering

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    yeah i used those before it's fine ad long as you mke sure you crimp them tight and make sure the connector os on good there's no problem that's what I used when I did the lens conversion so I could add some HID's.
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    ok cool you dont have to sauder them..... what about the blinkers in the bumper bkuz the plug in is kinda charred, is there anyway to simplify those ??

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    No soldering just make sure you crimp them tight and tug the wire a few times to make sure it's in there.Just go buy new ones at AZ or advanced auto parts, any of those chain stores usually have them in stock and are like 5 or 6 bucks and you just cut the wiresad yo van solder and take the new ones or use the butt connector that crimp on.

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    ok right on man thx cant wait to do this and then my bcm solder points

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    Yup i had to do that to install my eurolights kit I used female spade crimp terminals to connect them though. I recently took them off and wired the stock connectors back in to install my new plug and play kit though. It was all very easy.

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    yea had to do the blade connectors also as long as you crimp them you'll be fine those plugs are junk

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    if your talking the connector to the headlights, both high and low, and the motor, yes, kinda.

    i used one of the trailer hitch connectors. the dealer wanted like 20 bucks for the connector alone, no wires or anything, just the plastic piece.

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    Ok cool, i probably wont do the motor connection jus yet bkuz one of my motors is out (guy backed into my fender and scooted my hood over jus enough to catch my headlight and i turned on my lights and it burned it up)haha so i gotta turn it up by hand....

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