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Perfect I ordered one. Looking forward to installing it.
I believe the brown and blue wires need to swap positions. If you end up breaking the pins like I did Corsa Technic has the exact pins that fit the plug. I tried to get them from a dealer but that was time not well spent.

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I believe the brown and blue wires need to swap positions. If you end up breaking the pins like I did Corsa Technic has the exact pins that fit the plug. I tried to get them from a dealer but that was time not well spent.

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Thanks for that information I would have been asking that question for that in the near future. I believe the pins can be removed by releasing a small barb on them with a thin probe.
 

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Thanks for that information I would have been asking that question for that in the near future. I believe the pins can be removed by releasing a small barb on them with a thin probe.
Yes that is correct but for some reason I was able to break mine. I had a pin extraction tool but still managed to break the locking tab. It was aggravating but Corsa had them in stock, reasonable price and....a cool toolbox sticker just for checking a box when ordering! Good Luck with it!
 

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Thanks for that information I would have been asking that question for that in the near future. I believe the pins can be removed by releasing a small barb on them with a thin probe.
Do you think I should go ahead and swap those two wires without trying it first? What is the result of the the wires in the wrong sockets, can anything be damaged?
 

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You are correct Redbird58, I had to have the wires switched when I bought my kit several years. Not all 950’s we’re wired incorrectly, however just wanted to make you aware of it.


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