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Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual: Fiber-Optic Cable, Disconnecting from Wiring Harness Connector

Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual / Wiring / Wiring Harness and Connector Repairs / Fiber-Optic Cables, Repairing / Fiber-Optic Cable, Disconnecting from Wiring Harness Connector

Removing
–  Unplug connector for fiber optic cable from appropriate control unit.
–  Release the locking mechanism in the fiber-optic cable connector -1- by pushing on it.
–  Release the secondary lock -2- with a small screwdriver.
–  Remove the fiber-optic cable.
  Caution
Install the cap on the trunk, in order to protect the fiber-optic cable from dust and dirt.
Use a new housing since it is likely that the secondary lock was damaged during the removal of the fiber-optic cable.
Note the arrows for allocation on the base module “IN” and “OUT”.
Installing
Install in reverse order of removal. Note the following
–  Install the fiber-optic cable according to the markings.
  Note
Push the corrugated tube into the connector housing until it audibly engages.
 

Fiber-Optic Cable, Disconnecting from Wiring Harness Connector

Cover the open connector -2- for the fiber-optic cable using the Fiber-Optic Repair Set - Connector Protective Caps -VAS6223/9--item 1-.
The protective cap prevents contamination of or mechanical damage to end face of fiber optic cable which would impair signal transmission.
 

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