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    Dana 35 AntRocker08's Avatar
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    Jeep Jk door harness

    I take my doors off numerous times from January to now, and I noticed that the harness is being complicated and doesnít want to come off easy. I hen I finally get it to budge, It sometimes pulls the female end off of its clip and once I get it to come apart the piece of plastic that the pins plug into pops up a little and I have to press it back in.

    Thoughts or solutions?

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    I said with all due respect Crippledpetey's Avatar
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    You could grease it when itís off to help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crippledpetey View Post
    You could grease it when itís off to help.
    OkI was thinking of that, wasnít sure if that was ok with an electrical harness Iíll try it before I but the doors back on

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRocker08 View Post
    OkI was thinking of that, wasnít sure if that was ok with an electrical harness Iíll try it before I but the doors back on
    If you plan on putting it on the connectors just use dielectric grease. Itís conductive and helps the plug stay clean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crippledpetey View Post
    If you plan on putting it on the connectors just use dielectric grease. Itís conductive and helps the plug stay clean.
    Iíll try that tku

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