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    I'm in need of one of the multi-pin plugs from the loom (from ECU's) that plug into the fuse box, with the swing locking arm. These are common on many modern cars.
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    This is from a 207 Pug. The brown plug had burnt out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skp View Post
    I'm in need of one of the multi-pin plugs from the loom (from ECU's) that plug into the fuse box, with the swing locking arm. These are common on many modern cars.
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    This is from a 207 Pug. The brown plug had burnt out.

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    I'd suggest a DIY car wrecker is best bet. You will likely need both connectors.

    So you will need the fuse box body module(?) as well.

    A replacement body module may need to "coded" to your car.

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    No coding on these, if it has the same plugs and fuse locations it should go just fine. Some differences between Xenon cars and those with ordinary lamps, but that's about all most of the time.

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    No aussie 207s had Xenons, so that should be fine
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