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Old 02-03-2013, 02:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Tpm wiring

Has any one replaced the front wiring harness behind the front bumper that has tpm through it my car showing a fault from there ,dealer saying its corroded
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Has any one replaced the front wiring harness behind the front bumper that has tpm through it my car showing a fault from there ,dealer saying its corroded
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Think you will find its just the ends that need remaking assuming you can get new connctors or make the ends off by some other means. The loom itself will not corrode unless the outer insulation is damaged or rubbed through. The TPM module connectors are prone to water damage because of their location. Problem will be scourcing a new connector.

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^x2 Jack is correct, strip it apart first, clean the contacts and try that first, then look if the tpm receiver are ok if sign of corrosion replace them IIRC about 40 each.
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This loom has failed on mine too I have no corner lights or fogs also I'm not sure if there was power to the black boxes I have removed the loom I'm going to try and see What's gone wrong
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Check the multi plug ( for the whole front end bumper wiring) on the offside front corner is plug in corrcet, and you could then check terminals for corrosion
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Is it a bumper off job to do that


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its a lot quicker to do, as the bumper takes about 10-15mins to remove if you havent done it before
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Cheers will need to give it a go dealer talking 180 to do that


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If its anything like the engine harness you may a MB part number on the plugs.
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