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PNA 721 043 00 202

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Does anyone know where to source this part:

PNA 721 043 00 202

It is a collection of electrical connectors for repairs - specifically, for the instrument cluster on 997 vehicles.

It does not seem to be available anywhere in North America.

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PNA means Porsche North America.

It shows up in the March 2012 price list: PNA-721-043-00-202 32 PIN SOCKET HOUSIN $31.55

I would try a few other dealers - certainly try Sunset Porsche.

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Try looking on the individual connector for a part number, or post all the numbers you can find on it for help here.

Sometimes the connectors are available for purchase individually.

I've found this to be true with 3 different connectors thus far.

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AMP 2-929407-1



It's sourced by Tyco.

The plug itself is fine - it's the black latch that is broken. My only alternative is to pull a purple latch from a VW harness that looks similar.

Edited by bbywu

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Just an FYI, VW part number 1J0 972 977 D will fit the plug pattern in the back of the instrument cluster on the 997...in case anyone is trying to source the repair kit and can't get one. It's design is a little different, but the plug still fits properly.

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Thanks for the info, finally someone confirms this, the original plug is very easily damaged and the part is discontinued. 

Sunset is also offering a 1J0 972 977 D similar plug

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