This has happened to me before and I didn't have a spare pigtail handy. I believe there is a way to remove the metal from the plastic, no? And then run the wire through, crimp it and pull the metal back into the plastic housing. ??
toybreaker it's peace of mind at 100 mph plus 1990/2000
posted 09/23/08 08:23 AM
Sleeper, I'll get you a pigtail in the mail today.
If you need the car, Sammis trick will work, and then you can replace the speaker pigtail with what I'm sending you. (Be sure to reconnect/isolate the speaker wire ends, and don't let them touch bare metal, or you'll pop one of the output stages of your head unit or amp.)
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Edited by toybreaker (09/23/08 08:25 AM)
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