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Other than a junkyard or dealer, is there a resource for the n75 harness specifically the metal clip on the connector? I was doing some work under the hood the other day and I badly bent the metal clip. Now the connector will not stay on and I have no boost along with the corresponding fault codes of a bad n75.


The metal piece in the picture is all that I need.




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You should be able to use a number of zip tie wraps to secure the connector/sensor; while you order/wait for a new one. If you look closely at the connecter; the part number will be imprinted on it (you may need a magnifying glass or take a photo with your cell phone). Once you get the part number; search online or order it from your local vw dealer. I think you will have order the whole connector; I do not believe they sell the wire retainer by itself.


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Other than a junkyard or dealer, is there a resource for the n75 harness specifically the metal clip on the connector? I was doing some work under the hood the other day and I badly bent the metal clip. Now the connector will not stay on and I have no boost along with the corresponding fault codes of a bad n75.


The metal piece in the picture is all that I need.




(not my pic)
Zip tie the plug to the N75 once connected this should cure your lack of boost issue till you can find a replacement part. You best bet for replacing the hasp will be to replace the entire plug so you will need a donor 1.8T wire harness from a MK 4 Beetle, GTI or Jetta they will all have the same style N75 plug!
 
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