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  • Plug - Under Dash Harness to Instrument Panel - Repro ~ 1969 - 1970 Mercury Cougar / 1969 - 1970 Ford Mustang  - 31267
  • Plug - Under Dash Harness to Instrument Panel - Repro ~ 1969 - 1970 Mercury Cougar / 1969 - 1970 Ford Mustang  - 31267

Item #: 31267

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Price: $29.85
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    This plug will work on your 69 - 70 Standard or XR7 as well as the 69 - 70 Mustang. This plug housing is used to connect the under dash main loom to the gauge cluster.
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    Weight: 0.20 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (5.00 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 1 Review(s).

    1969 Mustang dash electrical replacement connector

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    I haven’t received the product yet but would have liked an option to include the tool to extract the pins in the original connector

    WCCC Response:

    You do not need a special tool to extract the pins from the original connector, you just need something pointy like a micro flat head screw driver, and some time/patience. Using the screw driver, or pointy object of your choice, press each tab down and gently wiggle the wire out of the original connector. Wiring harness pin removal tools are available at many auto parts stores, but those are not generally needed for harnesses of this vintage.


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    May 16, 2020 11:21 AM
    Do you have the tool to extract the pins from the original connector?
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    WCCC Admin Answered:
    May 18, 2020 2:13 PM
    You do not need a special tool to extract the pins from the original connector, you just need something pointy like a micro flat head screw driver, and some time/patience. Using the screw driver, or pointy object of your choice, press each tab down and gently wiggle the wire out of the original connector. Wiring harness pin removal tools are available at many auto parts stores, but those are not generally needed for harnesses of this vintage.
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