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So like many I had issues with my door speakers not working on my 2010 Traverse. I decided to check for water in the door connectors and sure enough there was water in there. I blew out the water and applied dielectric grease to the connectors. Put everything back together, now none of the driver door window switches work. Too the connector a part again and noticed that 2 pins rusted and broke off.


How can I repair this? Repair the terminal end of the wire or replace a section of the wiring harness? I cannot seem to find any wiring harness parts diagrams to find out if there is a replacement part for this (vehicle side not door side)..


Thanks for your help


Mike
 

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there are kits to repair the pins/plugs

Its the dealers who have them.
 

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I Just saw this...
"For smaller harnesses (door, seat, steering column, etc.), the repair strategy is to replace the harness."
but its a huge kit..
https://gm-techlink.com/?p=10218
 

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Mike. I'm wondering if you found a quick easy fix to this issue? I have the two pins broke on mine. Curious whether the fix to the pins also repaired the no sound issue from the radio.
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I'd just cut the wire on each side of any bad pin and splice them together with a butt connector. Most of us will never remove our doors, anyway. If you have to remove the door, cut the connector out and replace it when you put the door back on.
 

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So like many I had issues with my door speakers not working on my 2010 Traverse. I decided to check for water in the door connectors and sure enough there was water in there. I blew out the water and applied dielectric grease to the connectors. Put everything back together, now none of the driver door window switches work. Too the connector a part again and noticed that 2 pins rusted and broke off.


How can I repair this? Repair the terminal end of the wire or replace a section of the wiring harness? I cannot seem to find any wiring harness parts diagrams to find out if there is a replacement part for this (vehicle side not door side)..


Thanks for your help


Mike
Did you get it figured out? I’m having the same issue!
 

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Mike. I'm wondering if you found a quick easy fix to this issue? I have the two pins broke on mine. Curious whether the fix to the pins also repaired the no sound issue from the radio.
Thanks.
Did you get it figured out? I’m having the same issue!
 
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