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In replacing a headlight bulb the blue AMP connector to the headlight housing broke. Now I have to repin the new connector to the harness. I used without success a SIR Tools 12 piece swiss army knife pin extractor tool, any suggestions for a better tool or on how to remove the pins ?

The tool tip that fits the connector is a 'Flat Twin Blade 1.6 mm'.

Thanks.

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The SIR 9025 broke, the two prongs were of uequal lenght, the blades bent as a result. Next I'l try Lysle 56500, metal body wich better supports the blades and the metal sems to be better quality and hopefully thick enought to disingage the clips on the wire harness female connector.

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