Can someone tell me what this is called?

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Asked by Nov 17, 2016 at 04:42 AM about the 2003 Audi TT Roadster Quattro

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

It's the connector with three wires(brown, black, white. It plugs into the crank
position sensor. The three wires got pulled out of the connector. Can I fix it?
Or will I need to buy a new one? If I need to buy a new one I need to know
what it's called. Please help

4 Answers

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Its called a connector, I dont think this is a part you can buy off the shelf you maybe able to get it at the dealer. Yes it can be fixed but you will need to know how to do it.

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If I wired it wrong and tried starting would it ruin the sensor? If the wires were put back in the wrong place?

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I doubt you would ruin the sensor but the car may not run or it might run poorly.

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Ok thought so. I put in the new cps and wired it wrong because the person I had workin on it pulled them out. I reconnected them, still wouldn't run then I found the pic and realized I wired it wrong. I wired it right and still not workin

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