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Old 10-21-2010, 07:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Pretty nasty front turn signals problems.

So I recently got another miata and either someone cut the wires to the turn signals or some rodents had a feast. I cannot for the life of me figure out how to get this apart, this is usually mounted to the sheet metal and one end is connected to the turn signal socket and that connects to the part that is connected to the wiring loom. Also, where could I buy these parts? I have someone who is going to help me re-wire all of this, and I need two turn signal sockets, which I've found and include the male end I think and one or two of the connectors that are connected to the loom which I cannot find anywhere.

Thanks much.

EDIT: But seriousely, I can not get those two apart, any ideas? I'm about to take a damn nut cracker to it lol.
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