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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: 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 locking mechanisms) must be released or removed prior to disengaging the contacts using the prescribed tool → Chapter.
The types of primary locking mechanisms shown as follows are just a few examples to show the different functions of primary locking mechanism.
Round connector systems → Chapter
Flat connector systems → Chapter
Special connector systems → Chapter
Allocation of the correct release tool to the respective locking device can be gleaned from the table in the → operating instructions of VAS 1978/35.
   
Secondary locking element
The secondary locking mechanism is a housing catch (second line locking mechanism) that secures all the wires in one contact housing. If a secondary locking mechanism ...

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 ...

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Secondary locking element
The secondary locking mechanism is a housing catch (second line locking mechanism) that secures all the wires in one contact housing. If a secondary locking mechanism is fitted to a contact housing, this must always be opened or removed using the appropr ...

Dismantling and assembling heater and air conditioning unit
  Note There are different designs and makes of heater and air conditioning unit. The individual components of the various heaters and air conditioning units are similar but not identical. The combined fitting of different makes of component ...

Drink holders in the rear centre armrest
Fig. 120 Drink holder in rear centre armrest: examples of ways to adjust drink holder for different purposes Fig. 121 Drink holders in the rear centre armrest First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings  To open, fold the centre armrest down. To close ...

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