Dandy. If that is a terminal that slides into the socket, your repair might not be permanent. Typically the slide-in terminals corrode and stop making contact. If the socket is clean and free of corrosion, you can buy replacement terminals, but they might have to come from the dealer's parts department. If the socket is corroded, you are better off just replacing the socket. This is an item I would buy new from an auto parts store. You will find replacements at a salvage yard, but why go through all the work for a socket that might be just as bad as your old one? Replacement sockets will snap in properly, but will not use that slide-in terminal. It will have a solid wire attached for the ground.
Saturday, May 6th, 2017 AT 11:16 PM