T44 eurolight connectors

Mike Del Tergo mdeltergo at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 17 09:14:29 EST 2003

I went 180 degrees from Bernie.  I got the correct plugs from Europe and 
they certainly are handy, but also got the rubber boots from the local 
dealer, can get PN if needed.  On my next set to install  (waiting for 
arrival) I will go with generic spade connectors as the harness was vy 
pricey and I will pay up only for the rubber boots to protect the less 
robust individual connectors.  With regard to assymetrical wiring you could 
be very correct.  Still have to give Kudos to SJM for that bit of advice.
Did my first 200  install a few weeks ago.  In this Maine weather your 
really want to measure twice, cut once, and get the hell out of the cold.  
Without his warning that the wiring could be different side/side, I would 
have tested one and wired both identically.  WRONG (in this case)
Don't forget to disconnect all bulb and internal wiring when you are 
continuity testing for appropriate bulbs/beams.  When you are sure you have 
it all right, wired, soldered, relayed, installed and something doesn't 
work.  Double check the grounds.  The ground that worked for the test fit 
can often times not cut it when you go to make it permanent.

Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2003 16:06:47 -0500
I want the stock plug that goes into this external connector, so that all 
connections are sealed to the elements per the Audi design for european

The four terminals are in a square pattern, and one of them is actually 
upside down, or rotated 180 degrees, which I have seen mentioned on the list 
the past.

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