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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Round connector systems

  Note
If necessary, any housing catches in place (secondary locking mechanisms) must be released or removed prior to disengaging the contacts using the prescribed tool → Chapter.
   
–  Insert the release tool appropriate for the contact housing in the release port of the contact housing.
–  Grab hold of the contact by the wire and push it lightly into the contact housing -arrow-.
  Note
By pushing the contact in the direction of the contact housing, the locking tabs of the contact are lifted up by the housing edge and disengaged using the release tool.
–  At the same time, push the release tool in the direction of the contact housing -arrow- and pull out the released contact from the contact housing.
 

Round connector systems

–  The release tool can be pulled out of the contact housing again once the contact has been removed.
 

Round connector systems

Primary locking element
The primary locking mechanism is what fixes an individual crimp contact in the contact housing. If necessary, any housing catches in place (secondary ...

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  Note If necessary, any housing catches in place (secondary locking mechanisms) must be released or removed prior to disengaging the contacts using the ...

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