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steve_wilwerding

Part number for switch plug

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I'm doing the garage door opener hack, and I'm trying to do it as cleanly as possible. Does anyone have the part number for the plug (with wires) that actually plugs into the console switches? I'm talking about the plugs that you disconnect from the underside of the switches.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks.

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There are many part numbers for a plug that will go into the back of the switches.

I went the cheap way and got the VW version 3 years ago.

Plug/housing was 8N0-971-636. This is a VW part number.

Female spade pins were 999-650-103-12, and the most you can put in the plug is 5, because there are only 5 lugs on the back of a switch. This is a Porsche part number.

Total cost 3 years ago was $4.

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