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A3 Fuse box connectors - part numbers please

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Avus Sportback, Jul 20, 2013.

  1. Avus Sportback
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    [Jul 20, 2013]
    Hello,

    Can someone please tell me which connector you need to buy so you can push a wire into the back side of the fuse box and then install another fuse, I need the connector part number for the Mini type and the normal ATO blade fuses.

    Can you buy a repair wire with one on each end, both Mini and ATO?

    Thanks in advance
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    It depends, what's the connection for?
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    Autoleads bsfdual
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    [Jul 21, 2013]
    The connections are required to refit my towbar harness to my new vehicle, I could not get them out of the old fuse box !!

    There is a red female spaded wire that splits into three for power to the three ATO fuses.

    There are three ATO 15 amp fuses and one Mini 5 Amp fuse, it's a genuine Audi 7pin kit.

    Its for the fuse box on the side of the dash when you open the drivers door.
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    You can remove existing, you need to slide the pink part of fusebox downwards & then use a very thin pick like tool to push the locking tabs on the pin ends inward so it releases the wires from the holes.
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