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Pin remoal tool for wire harness

Is there a tool to remove the pins from the wire harness? anyone have a part# thanks

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I design and rework harnesses for a living. I use some fairly expensive but awesome tools from Molex.

Single: HT-60923A
Dual: 11-03-0044

http://www.molex.com/pdm_docs/ats/ATS-011030043.pdf

Digi-Key - WM9937-ND (Manufacturer - 11-03-0043)

TOOL HAND EXTRACTION MINI-FIT JR - 11-03-0044

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so how does it work? Do you pull the pins from the back? It looks like a tweezer?

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Yes you insert it from the front and then pull the wire from the rear. When inserted from the front it actually bends the retaining clips of the pin so that it can be pulled from the back. I find myself using the single more than the double. each connector is a little different as to how to remove pins but its pretty much the same scenario.

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thanks for your help do you think i could just get bye with ordering the single? I guess you just buy from the website?

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yes if i was going to buy one or the other it would most deff buy the single. I believe you can buy directly from digikey.

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