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Old 06-11-2020, 02:11 PM #1
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Wire came out of connector

Is there anyway to fix this? Can I stick the wire back in and just glue or adhere the wire to the blue rubber parts? Buy a whole new connector and solder the wires?
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What's the wire side look like and what is it for? Best bet may be to cut one off of a junkyard car and splice it in.
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Is there anyway to fix this? Can I stick the wire back in and just glue or adhere the wire to the blue rubber parts? Buy a whole new connector and solder the wires?
I could be wrong but I think those connectors are a sorta quick connect, do the blue pieces where the wires insert push in like they're spring loaded?

I've used a similar connector in the past that are spring loaded and you push the "buttons" in, insert the stripped wire in and release the button and the wire is grabbed and secured, I have also use some other similar connectors that all you do is push the stripped wire into the holes far enough and it has a piece of metal inside the connector with "teeth" that grip the wires.

I also recently purchased a new ambient outside air sensor for mine that mounted behind the grill and it has the same type connection, the new one has no wires connect to it so the only way to install the new one would be exactly the same as the connector you're showing here, but I have misplaced it somewhere so I can't check it out to see if the buttons are spring loaded and really haven't had time to install it yet so I don't know for sure how the wires are suppose to be inserted and hold, I'm sure you don't have to solder it to connect the wires or you would see solder in the wires that pulled out on you from when Toyota installed it originally.

If you bought a new connector like the one you're dealing with from Toyota it would look exactly like the one in your photo, no wires only the blue buttons and holes!
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