I ran into the same problem. Have we confirmed that 4B0 972 623 is in fact the correct part number (I remember the housing being square, not round)?Hoffer said:Huh. So I get all the parts together, and apparently a part number has changed? The four pin connector, 4B0 972 623 that I got is not a four pin connector. It's some two pin connector. I've verified the part number in the PDF in every location listed, the invoice, both plastic bags it came in, and on the part itself. It would surprise me if VW were to reuse a part number like that. Any ideas? Can anyone verify that it is indeed part number 4B0 972 623? Am I missing something here?
MOGolf, you may want to edit the original post. Sometimes other post gets lost. Granted people should read the whole post, and it's not ridiculous like an MFA post, but it might help...MOGolf said:As I posted earlier in this thread:
It has been determined that the PDF has an incorrect part number given for the 4 position connector. What is "4B0 972 623" should read "4D0 972 623". My apologies for any inconveniences.
U-Hauls don't have rear-view mirrors, so I'd imagine that it's fine for you not to also.fitzski said:I get yer point, Jas, but I still think that it's unfair to put the company at risk of being sued because you were in an accident, driving without a rearview mirror, regardless of whether or not you instructed them not to install it. I'm not implying that you (well... volmaniac) would sue, but rather the person you ran into would/could.
I don't know if it is illegal or not; I suspect it's not, presuming you have functioning side view mirrors, but I don't know.