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Needed: Streetka "winter"/hardtop Registration Number


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#1 Chatterbox

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Posted 29 October 2012 - 01:13 PM

Hi all, to anyone who has, or who knows someone who has, a "Winter" StreetKa, any year, or has one which had a hardtop fitted as an option, when first bought, I would like to borrow your or their reg no:

as the main dealers are unable to find a part No: for the adaptor lead for me to be able to connect my wife's rear window demister up unless they have the reg no: from a "winter edition" or from one which had the hardtop fitted when new.

I know, I could not believe this either when first told. Apparently, they do not have the time to try and find this information out for me, I have to give them a registation number for a car we do not own!

Can anyone help?

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#2 Chatterbox

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Posted 29 October 2012 - 01:47 PM

Okay, have pinched a reg number off ebay from a "winter edition" and contacted dealers again.

Have got this jumper lead number 3S5T14B269AA.

But, they are not sure if this is the correct lead or not as does not show details and is a "non-stock item" so would have to pay £33 quid which is non-refundable if incorrect, bugger!

Can anyone confirm if this is the correct lead to go from the dashboard area up to the connector to the rear windscreen demister on the hardtop?

Did not know it was going to be this complecated, wow!.

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Posted 30 October 2012 - 11:35 AM

Hurrah! got the jumper lead and it is the correct one.
It's about 9 foot long and connects on the the harness that comes from the demister, whoopee!

Will now raise a topic to see if anyone knows where it connects to, duh!


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