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Who sells a good gm pin removal tool for stock wiring harness's plugs. I wouldn't mind buying a kit that will do gm and Delphi connectors. Also looking for crimpers for making new connectors.
 

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Go to a hobbie shop and buy a piece of small brass tubing just slightly larger that the pin you are removing.
 

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Matco part number MASTERM23 It was a bit pricey, but can do damn near anything. I'm doing my harness as we speak...

 

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Big Eng has crimpers too.
 

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Does Snap On make a kit like matco? There isnt a matco truck around here that I have seen.
 

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I really only need one for GM harness's, have any idea what snap on calls it?
 

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I have a old set of Snap-On pin removers, a TT600 set. The round pin tool separately is: TT-600-4. I also have a single round pin tool made by K.M. U.S.A. J-28742.
 

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kd tools, lisle tool, round coin shape,looks like a spark gapper with 4-5 fingers... oreilys auto parts has them in there tool catalog
Matco sells those in a kit of 3 as well...
 

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be careful the late model pin connectors the micro 64 pins use a very thin tool, much like a sewing pin and the test pins are smaller than the regular ones. As a GM tech we have the correct tools here at the shop. I have the MAC tools crimper it works better than snap on, havent tried the matco one
 

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Ebay should have them. You will prob want the green and yellow ones

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I ran into a snap on truck today and bought the pin kit from them. Its not as big of kit as the matco but I havent seen a matco truck around. Thanks for the help everyone.
 
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