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Default Replacing a transponder connector

The connector that goes to the receiver from my transponder is cracked and i want to replace it.

Is it this i need?
https://www.rccarshop.co.uk/muchmore...nector-300mm-p

How do i get the wires out of the old connector?
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You’ll need a small screwdriver and just push the gold connectors with it. Then pull gently and they’ll come out. Then just push them back in to the new plastic part.
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You’ll need a small screwdriver and just push the gold connectors with it. Then pull gently and they’ll come out. Then just push them back in to the new plastic part.
Thanks so it's the correct connector then?
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If you want just the plastic part you can get those of eBay.


https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Compatibl...QAAOSwMNxXYUus
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If you want just the plastic part you can get those of eBay.


https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Compatibl...QAAOSwMNxXYUus
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