molex TooHng Products Series No. Series No. 64322-1019 64322-1029 64322-1039 64322-1219 64322-1229 64322-1239 64322-1319 64322-1329 64322-1339 64322-1349 64322-1359 98913-1019 98913-1029 98913-1039 98913-1219 98913-1229 98913-1239 98913-1319 98913-1329 98913-1339 98913-1349 SECONDARY LOCK WDRIVER \ ,
Extractor Tool for 0.6mm (.02") CP Crimp Terminals
Doc No: ATS-638132400 Release Date: 04-13-07 UNCONTROLLED COPY Page 1 of 2
Revision: C Revision Date: 02-28-12
Extractor Tool
Application Tooling
Specification Sheet Order No. 63813-2400
FEATURES
This Extractor Tool is for the removal of 98913 and 64322 Series female terminals from CMC connector.
SCOPE
Products: 0.6mm (.02") CP Crimp Terminal for CMC connector.
Terminal
Series No.
Description Housing
Series No. Terminal Order No.
64322 0.635mm (.025")
CP Female Terminal
98835, 98993,
98994,and 98995
64322-1019
64322-1029
64322-1039
64322-1219
64322-1229
64322-1239
64322-1319
64322-1329
64322-1339
64322-1349
64322-1359
98913 0.635mm (.025")
CP Female Terminal
98835, 98993,
98994,and 98995
98913-1019
98913-1029
98913-1039
98913-1219
98913-1229
98913-1239
98913-1319
98913-1329
98913-1339
98913-1349
98913-1359
98913-1419
98913-3019
98913-3029
98913-3039
OPERATION:
When removing a damaged crimped wire from the CMC connector follow the steps below:
1. The secondary lock on the CMC connector will need to be opened first. See Figure 1.
2. Using a screwdriver insert the flat edge under the tab of the secondary lock and pull up. Use your fingers
to open the lock completely.
SECONDARY LOCK
Figure 1
SCREWDRIVER
CMC
CONNECTOR
WIRE
Extractor Tool for 0.6mm (.02") CP Crimp Terminals
Doc No: ATS-638132400 Release Date: 04-13-07 UNCONTROLLED COPY Page 2 of 2
Revision: C Revision Date: 02-28-12
MARKINGS ON BACK
AND FRONT OF HOUSING
ORIENT BLADES INTO
HOUSING CAVITIES
PUSH
EXTRACTOR
TOOL INTO
FRONT FACE
Figure 2
CRIMPED WIRE
SECONDARY
LOCK OPEN
3. Position the blades of the extraction tool into the two small cavities of the slot in the front face of the housing
as shown in Figure 2. Use the identifying markings on both the front and back of the connector to locate the
opening used to extract the crimped wire.
4. Push extractor tool into the desired slot until it clicks or comes to a stop. Do not force the extractor tool any
further or there can be damage to the housing.
5. Gently push the wire forward towards the housing and then pull out of the CMC housing.
6. Molex does not offer repair parts for Extractor Tools due to the inexpensive nature of these tools.
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