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Old 02-26-2012, 05:53 PM   #1
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Default Remove anti theft from wiper motor connecto

Hi all,

I was taking appart the steering column to replce a broke wiper swtich, and finaly got the connector off under the firewall.

The wire connector looks the same apart from at the end there are 2 white wires that go into an orange sleave.

I recall this is the anti theft system that connects to the resister on the key.

What is the correct precedure to disconnect those 2 connectors from the blade connector?

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