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I bought my 2006 Hyundai accent from my buddy,and a deer hit the front driver side fender.So i went to repair the fender and side repeater and i can't seem to find the wire harness to hook it back up

 

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so i decided to remove the other one and follow the wire and the wire was cut,

I need this fixed to pass my inspection,i guess i will have to pay for new wiring...sigh
 

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considering the location, a crimp connection would likely rot out after a while. a more permanent fix is solder and seal it. shrink wrap with the glue in it if you can fit it on there.
 

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He's in Maryland, so it only gets inspected once, never inspected again. Just go up to Crazy Rays in Jessup and get yourself a pigtail and crimp it on there.
 

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Or replace both repeaters with the body color side moldings that most of the MC Accent 4-doors had. ;)

My 2006 4-door had the moldings there, and I think only 2007 or so had the lights on the 4-door. If yours is a 2006 with them, you've got a unique one. :) All 3-door MC's had the lights.
 

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Ugh.

How did it get cut? From removing the old Fender?

Agree with Zero. Make the fix a bit more permanent if possible. Tho I think you could get away with a crimp & heat shrink as well. I know Radio Shack has Heat shrink tubing, but look around.

Personally, I'd probably go with Posi-Locks weathertite connectors on the off chance I ever had to repair it again. They're easy enough to undo that way:
Posi-Tite- Watertite Connector
 
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