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996 Console Tip Switch Connector to loom

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2019/06/04 23:04:16 (permalink)

996 Console Tip Switch Connector to loom

Hi
 
Working on a little project, am looking for the correct parts to connect the wiring loom to a tip switch
 
In the PET I found
 
999 650 035 40 plug socket - see pic 

999 650 330 00 connector


are there two parts, Im unsure why there are two. I have the tip switch, but is the connector universal?
 
* UPDATE **  Further research shows  these are the plug casing, and then you add the wires crimped to the metal connectors..
 
I hope this is useful, any practical tips welcome
 
Mark
1999 996 C4
 
post edited by TheOriginal996 - 2019/06/05 10:01:33

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    Richard_Hamilton
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    Re: 996 Console Tip Switch Connector to loom 2019/06/06 17:24:18 (permalink)
    If I'm not too late, I have a couple of these if they are any use, and you are welcome to have one if you PM me your address.

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    Richard
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    Richard_Hamilton
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    Re: 996 Console Tip Switch Connector to loom 2019/06/06 17:25:43 (permalink)
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    Re: 996 Console Tip Switch Connector to loom 2019/06/06 18:50:17 (permalink)
    Excellent.. that would be brilliant, can I be cheeky as I need two! 
     
    My name and address is 
    Mark Ambrose
    17 Randall’s Road
    Leatherhead
    KT22 7TQ
     
    I’m putting the photo story of what I’m doing and will post it when done
     
    regards
    Mark
     
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    Re: 996 Console Tip Switch Connector to loom 2019/06/08 16:55:36 (permalink)
    Sorry Mark, I've only just logged back in, so didn't see your post until now.

    I'll pop them in the post on Monday.

    Richard
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    Re: 996 Console Tip Switch Connector to loom 2019/06/11 21:06:38 (permalink)
    Thanks Richard,
     
    I owe you one, my project can now continue, I'm going to document and post what happens, plus all the part numbers if anyone is interested! Watch this space...
     
    See attached photo for clue 
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/93095308@N03/48045433786/in/dateposted-public
     

    post edited by TheOriginal996 - 2019/06/11 21:07:46
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