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Old 02-16-2008, 04:52 PM
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Thanks alot guys! The description by Citoriplus and ronyd are spot on.This really was a piece of cake once I understood how the connector worked.

I tried to take close-up pics of the connector and point to the holesthe guys were describing but my camera is a POS and you couldn't make out anything.

I'm gonna just cut my wires and extend them, staggering the splices. I am too cheap to pay 60 bux for the extension kit.
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