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    951 Inductive Pickup Replacement

    Hey all,

    So i tore my stator cover off, and found that my inductive pickup had some rust on the end of it, so i bought a new one.

    How do i extract the pins out of the connector on the cover?

    After that, there was a plastic cylinder looking thing that came out of the cover when i took it off, but i didnt see wher eit came from. What does it do, and where does it go?

    Thanks!


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    I think there is a special tool to do the connector pins. You may be able to pick one up a Radio Shack.

    That plastic thing is the oil pump drive. It fits on the end of the crank shaft over the nut and has a slot that the oil pump's tab fits into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrunchovXPL-GTX-RX View Post
    I think there is a special tool to do the connector pins. You may be able to pick one up a Radio Shack.

    That plastic thing is the oil pump drive. It fits on the end of the crank shaft over the nut and has a slot that the oil pump's tab fits into.
    OK ...

    So once i separate the connector from the mag cover, the gray connector housing is all one piece, that doesnt separate, correct? I will have to go over to radio shack and look for pin extractors....the ones i have for GM weatherpack style and these dont look the same...

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    Quote Originally Posted by radeon View Post
    OK ...

    So once i separate the connector from the mag cover, the gray connector housing is all one piece, that doesnt separate, correct? I will have to go over to radio shack and look for pin extractors....the ones i have for GM weatherpack style and these dont look the same...
    Figured it out guys:


    Thats a picture of an unassembled connector. to disassemble an assembled connector, use a precision screwdriver or other small pick to remove wedge lock, then slide the locking tab on the pin towards the center of the connector.

    remove pin.

    Done!

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    Sorry! Didn't see the thread sooner...you got it though...

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    The Female side of the Deusche connector is a little different inside, but has the same principle of releasing/locking the Pins.

    Just make a note of the orientation of the Pin position #'s which are embossed into the plastic and the colors of the wires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David_HX_RXP View Post
    The Female side of the Deusche connector is a little different inside, but has the same principle of releasing/locking the Pins.

    Just make a note of the orientation of the Pin position #'s which are embossed into the plastic and the colors of the wires.
    Yeah things worked good

    I tested, i have spark again

    It got dark before i could finish putting the new pipe on though, i got a white pipe to hopefully liven this thing up a bit

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    I was thinking of the crimper tool. Cool, glad you got it. I should have checked the manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrunchovXPL-GTX-RX View Post
    I was thinking of the crimper tool. Cool, glad you got it. I should have checked the manual.
    No problem man, all i did was find the part number for the connector on the connector housing, and google it. I sometimes forget that google is my friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by David_HX_RXP View Post
    The Female side of the Deusche connector is a little different inside, but has the same principle of releasing/locking the Pins.

    Just make a note of the orientation of the Pin position #'s which are embossed into the plastic and the colors of the wires.
    David likes that word Deusche...

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