I've shared the file through Google drive :Found the excel file I made for the swap.
For Golf this is not 100% as it's missing electronic parking brake pins. Our Leon is 2013 and it did not have EPB yet at that time
The correct butt connectors are fine. The key is that they must seal the crimp against moisture, which the ones two posts up do when properly applied with a heat gun.No butt connectors. They won’t work for longer period.
Nope, I don't have electronic parking brake either.From your pinout, it looks like my car does not have G294 - as I do not have brown, black, blue wires for Brake Servo (is that the electronic parking brake perhaps?)
Good! Now you are fully armed and ready to take battle with the absDamn - I had downloaded EVERYTHING I could find from erWin when I first bought the car, but can't find the wiring diagrams.
So - downloaded that now. From what I can see, I'm missing a "G476" wire - but that's a clutch position sensor...and given that I have a DSG, that would be expected.
Question on the additional big ground wire (T46/14 + T46/46): Did you just run an additional 4mm wire and then splice them together? Where? Does it matter?
You're right, I didn't There are some things that make it a tad more difficult. But still, swapping the unit won't be any harder when you get to it. But working with the connector will be fun for sure in such a tight placeWell, you weren't working on a TDI - which has a DPF perfectly situated so that getting at the ABS module is maddeningly difficult. Put it this way: It took three different tools and close to 10minutes for me to be able to get the connector disconnected. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
So yeah - this is going to be fun.
But I've got three more days of cool, clear weather, so why not?