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P1020216sm.jpgBroken pin175 viewsCorrosion causes the pin to disintegrate - this is the permanent 12V feed so is particularly prone to corrosion.
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P1020217sm.jpg153 views
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P1020215sm.jpgConnector with corroded wire.163 views
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P1020218sm.jpgFlasher unit holder138 views
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P1020220sm.jpgMending131 viewsSolder a new length of wire to the pin opposite the broken one - it is otherwise not connected externally, but is connected internally to the bust one.
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P1020219sm.jpgThe offending connector116 views
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P1020222sm.jpgFeed new wire through connector135 views
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P1020223sm.jpgAnd solder it up.128 views
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P1020224sm.jpgUnit back in position129 views
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P1020221sm.jpgMod to connector132 viewsCut to allow the new wire through.
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P1020226sm.jpg137 views
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P1020227sm.jpgRe-fitted127 viewsWith loads of dielectric grease!
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