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 Posted: Fri Sep 10th, 2010 03:31 pm
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Install terminals like on  the right side verses the one on the left...You can get a small screwdriver blade under  the right terminal but more difficult on the left.....

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Yes I agree 100%



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mmm-hmm...the old pocket screwdriver pry-bar , eh?
hell, that's the only i can get some of those bastards off...

amazing how something so tight can work it's way loose or burn slap off sometimes...



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If you do warranty work, never put down that you tightened a loose wire terminal.  The manufacturers will keep using tighter terminals to the point you won't be able to remove them and when you finally get a wire off of a terminal, the terminal will break off the component.



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long or needle nose pliers work fine for me



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