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Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual: Releasing and Disassembly Contact Housings, General Information

  Note
Observe general notes for repairs on the vehicle electrical system. Refer to → Chapter „Vehicle Electrical System, General Repair Information“.
Always use the release tools intended for the releasing process. Under no circumstances may terminals be pulled forcefully out of terminal housings.
Damaged contact housings must always be replaced. New contact housings may be ordered via OTC Kassel.
Small screwdrivers may be used as an aid to release the secondary locks.
Chamber/pin assignment is located partially stamped in on secondary lock or rear side of terminal housing.
Detailed information on component locations of harness connectors. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.
The allocation of the correct release tools to the respective locking mechanisms can be found in the table in the Release Tool Set -VAS1978/35- Operating Instructions.
   
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