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wizard263789

Radio/PCM Power Connector pins 987/997

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Hi,

I need the part number for the connector pins in the radio/ pcm power connector. (See attached)

I have recently installed the Porsche Music Player interface and one of my crimps is not the best (Fine for now!) just want to get it perfect!

They only give you three connector pins with the kit (i.e. no spares).

The part number for the extractor tool would also be useful and that will make removing the pins a little easier when I redo the dodgy one.

Cheers.

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Standard multi block connection, your local VW dealer should be able to sell you these as spare parts, thats where I got the pins from for my car. They are available in standard or gold plated contacts and either as pins or pins with wires connected designed as repair kits. I you are in the UK try FROST auto products for the removal tools, it basically a piece of hardened thin steel wire inserted into the plug side of the connector to retract the tangs.

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