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    ecu pin terminal crimper

    hey guys, im looking for a crimper to do the ecu pins (2004 rxp if it matters). is this a seadoo only pin or is it like the gm's and such. if so anyone have another part number, im sure seadoo wants mad $ for theirs.

    seadoo pn 529 035 909
    and the die is 529 035 906

    anything cross ref over?

    jesus, got the price at perrys.....150.. wow.. and i thought giraffe balls were high....
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    Anyone Know Where You Can Get The Terminals? I Called Riva, They Cant Get Them, They Want You Do Buy A New Engine Harness For A .15 Cent Terminal. Lol

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    Anyone Know Where You Can Get The Terminals? I Called Riva, They Cant Get Them, They Want You Do Buy A New Engine Harness For A .15 Cent Terminal. Lol
    278000995 TERMINAL-FEMALE Small ecu pins

    look at the oem parts finder wirring harness 2


    ive done many of these while installing the depth sensors.
    needle nose vise grips work great for crimping.

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    oh if this is right im gonna shat myself we will see thank you thank you

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    ive been looking at wiring harness 2 (2006)
    are you sure this isnt for the mpem? its number 86 the one with that part number...the ones on the mpem are round (except for the big ones on top, which are not it)

    nm i looked at the ones i had in my tool box and it is that part number... that is for the mpem not ecu...shit you got me excited for nothing... your not a female by chance are ya :P lol
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    im sorry, i was thinking the mpem pins

    looks like you need
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    wwwooooo hooooo, well i added 1 of each to my cart and then i got an email from perrys telling me which part number it was.. i would have gotten it right but for 30 cheaper.

    278001750

    thanks daniel

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    i have ten i could send you...i order the wrong ones when i installed the vts...

    these are the ones that go into the ecu, not the mpem right??

    just give me your address in pm and i will send them out tomorrow if you need them...

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    boy this is an old one...

    DAN,
    how do you remove the old pins? i took everything apart including that red retainer and i still cant pull out this one pin

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