source for Bosch connector, p/n 037 906 240
knotnook at traverse.com
Sun Dec 1 13:29:48 EST 2002
At 08:14 AM 12/01/2002 -0500, Fred Munro wrote:
>The Audi dealers have a kit with all the metal connectors (crimped to wires)
>in it. You take in your old connector (or a part number) and the parts guy
>sorts through the box until he finds the connector that matches. You buy a
>piece of wire with a connector crimped to each end.
>To get the connectors out of the insulated housing, you can buy a HAZET
>system release tool kit from Zelenda Tools which contains all the special
>tools required to release every connector in the car. However, if you don't
>have $450 to spare, you can use jewellers screwdrivers as instructed by
>Kneale. That's what I do as well, but it takes time to figure out where the
>tabs are and sometimes mangles the plastic housing a bit by the time you get
>the connector out.
Maybe YOUR dealer has such a kit of terminals with a bit of wire on
them. I'll bet the local one here would have to order something. They
didn't carry crush washers for the hydraulics system banjo bolts or even
brake bleeders for G60's.
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