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2011 Infiniti G37 crimp terminal type?

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While installing the pin into the BCM connector behind the passenger kick panel, I accidently broke the crimp terminal on the lock wire. Now the car can't lock when I turn it off from the remote. The wire size is 24awg. Does anyone know what type of terminal these wires use so I can replace it? Thank you in advance.
asked Nov 14, 2019 in Infiniti by Jacob Kaczor (160 points)

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There's a couple of extra wires on the THAR-NIS1 harness that will have those crimp on terminals. The only wires that ever need the terminals is the lock and unlock wires. So you will be able to salvage a terminal from one of the other wires.
answered Nov 14, 2019 by Robert T (284,630 points)
I've just done that, however, the doors still don't lock when I turn the car off from the key. Does the wire have to be flush with the connector? I don't wanna force it in so I don't break it like last time.
Is the option for relock enabled? D5 and D2
How would I go about figuring if they are or not?
Whats the 12 digit service number of the module? It's on the sticker of the unit.
Sorry, I've just seen this now. I don't think it's an issue with the option being enabled, but rather the terminals of the wires are not fitting into the connector. I've had a look at it today and I realized the terminal is not reaching the end of the connector. It seems to not want to go all the way through. How do I properly insert the terminal into the connector?
Pull the locking tab on the vehicles bcm connector. Should be a white piece of plastic on the long side of the connector. you will be able to insert the pins properly afterwards. Once inserted, close the locking tab
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