GMC Workshop Manuals
Savana 3500 V8-4.8L (2009)
Transmission and Drivetrain > Actuators and Solenoids - Transmission and Drivetrain > Actuators and Solenoids - A/T > Shift Solenoid, A/T > Component Information > Diagrams > Diagram Information and Instructions > Page 4074
Note: Be careful not to angle or rock the J 38125-21 tool when inserting it into the connector or the tool may break.
6. Insert the J 38125-21 tool into the round canal between the terminals cavities at the front of the connector. See the release tool cross reference in
the Reference Guide of the J-38125 to ensure that the correct release tool is used.
7. While holding the removal tool in place, gently pull the wire out of the back of the connector. Always remember never use force when pulling a
terminal out of a connector.
Follow the steps below in order to repair Micro 64 connector terminals.
The Micro 64 connectors have small terminals that are difficult to handle and hold when crimping. In order to aid the technician when crimping these
After the terminal is removed from the connector perform the following procedure in order to repair Micro 64 terminals.
Note: After cutting the damaged terminal from the wire, determine if the remaining wire is long enough to reach the connector without putting a strain
1. Cut the wire as close to the damaged terminal as possible.
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