That same rabbit must have been in Knoxville Tennessee last year because I had that same damage to the SAME CONNECTOR. Had it repaired...all is well now.
OMGosh... these rodents are a menace!! I hope you can get it fixed quickly and easily.
My repair was done at the stealership back in May of 2012. Just days before T.O.D 5!! I was crunched for time they also snaked my sunroof drain holes that were COMPLETLY clogged (trunk,headliner and carpet were wet)Glad you go it fixed!
Round cars; did you take it to the dealer or fix it yourself. If you did the repair; how did you approach the repair, fix old wiring or replace with new? (Solder, crimp etc.)
Here is a example of the VW spec connectors and the yellow repair wires from VW:
.35mm² and .5mm² sized wires Volkswagen part #: 000 979 940
1.0mm² sized wires Volkswagen part #: 000 979 941
000 979 940 and 000 979 941
It's too bad CRAYON SMELL doesn't have that effect on rodentsFor anyone who is having problems with rodents chewing their wiring, here is a great remedy. I am an auto detailer and have come across this problem on a few occasions from clients, which tells me its happening all over. One of my friends with a Miata convertible replaced wiring three times! Then, while working for two different clients with expensive sports cars, I came across this remedy. Both these guys were cutting up pieces of "Irish Spring" bar soap which is available pretty much anywhere, and placing pieces both in the engine compartment, the back seat and in the trunk. Apparently the rodents don't like the smell or taste or both. I recommended it to my friend with the Miata and she hasn't had any trouble since. Good luck!