L64A2: How to repair a common wiring harness connector for Dodge, GMC and Mercedes models

Demonstrating a de-pin/re-pin of a common connector for Cadillac, Chevrolet, Dodge, GMC, Jeep and Mercedes models

Part number L64A2 is one of the most common electrical connectors, used in a wide variety of models including those from Cadillac, Chevrolet, Dodge, GMC, Jaguar, Jeep and Mercedes.

Most commonly, it may serve as a(n):

  • AC compressor connector
  • Ambient temp sensor connector
  • Battery sensor connector
  • Keyless entry connector
  • Side marker connector
  • Fog lamp connector
  • License plate lamp connector

It’s worth noting that in the above video, our pigtail pro utilizes the appropriate tools for connector repair.

When performing any pigtail repair, you always want to check for a proper seal–ensuring that the terminals/pins are securely in place–by performing a slight pull test. Connectors may be damaged when removing the old wire, so please exercise caution.

You can take a look at our growing catalog of connector repair instructional videos here.

For more information on supported vehicle model-year-fitments, take a look at our product listing for L64A2 here.

Eric Palazzolo

Eric Palazzolo is founder and president of FindPigtails.com, a Houston-based company dedicated to providing high-quality automotive connectors and top-shelf customer service to its clients in the collision repair industry.