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Instruction Sheet

4-Position Seat Motor Connector


4-Position Connector Housing 1326490-3
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JPT Circuit Cavities (1 & 2)

Terminal Secondary Lock 968183-1

Junior Power Timer Contact (JPT) 927771 Thumb Latch

MT3 Circuit Cavities (3 & 4)

Micro Timer III (MT3) Contact 968052

Bosch Seat Motor Device (Ref)


Figure 1

NOTE:

All components must be ordered separately.

1. INTRODUCTION (Figure 1)
This instruction sheet provides assembly instructions for the 4Position Seat Motor Connector. This connector will mate with variations of a customer supplied Bosch Seat Motor Device as shown in Figure 1. Tyco Electronics Junior Power Timer Receptacle (JPT) Contacts (P/N 927771[ ]), and Micro Timer III (MT3) Receptacle Contacts (P/N 968052[ ]) are used, as required by the applicable Bosch device. The terminal secondary lock (P/N 9681831) is ordered separately, and is used to provide greater contact retention within the housing.
NOTE
Figures and illustrations are for reference only and are not drawn to scale.

contacts in the Bosch device as shown in Figure 1. Insert the contacts until a tactile and audible click is heard.

Circuit Cavities

JPT Terminal Thumb Latch Locking Lance(s) MT3 Terminal

2. ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES
Refer to Application Specification 114180501 for crimp information and requirements for the Junior Power Timer Receptacle Contacts, and Application Specification 114180811 for crimp information and requirements for the Micro Timer III Receptacle Contacts.

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2.2. Terminal Secondary Lock


The terminal secondary lock is installed after all contacts have been fully seated. Align the V feature of the secondary lock with the V feature in the housing and push until flush with the outer shroud of the housing. See Figure 3.
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2.1. Contact Insertion (Figure 2)


Housing cavity design dictates the contact orientation. This orientation will ensure proper mating with the tab

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4-Position Seat Motor Connector


Terminal Secondary Lock Flush with Outer Shroud of Connector Housing All Contacts Fully Seated in Connector

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The front alignment rail design makes it more difficult to mate the connector at an angle as illustrated in Figure 4B. With enough force, it is still possible to make electric contact with the two power pins with this misalignment. However, the thumb latch will not lock onto the interface device. Most of the connector alignment to the interface is achieved through the back alignment rail design. Proper connector alignment in this area is crucial to product performance. See Figure 5.

Figure 3

2.3. Alignment and Mating to Bosch Device


This connector interface does not include all of the typical shrouding and alignment features that are common to most wiretodevice connection systems. The two most common connectortointerface assembly issues are illustrated in Figure 4A and 4B.
A INCORRECT Power Pin Back Alignment Rails Main Alignment Surfaces Between the Connector and Interface

Do NOT Push Straight Down

B INCORRECT

Figure 5

Angular Mate Stubs on Device

Figure 4

Figure 6 attempts to illustrate the proper method for mating the 4Position Connector Housing onto the Bosch Seat Motor Device interface. This method will ensure that all connector alignment characteristics are fully utilized. Forward motion of the connector should not begin until the connector is flush with the interface as shown in Step 3 of Figure 6.

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Power Pin

4-Position Connector Housing

1 Bosch Device

Fully Mated

Figure 6

3. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES 3.1. Disengagement from Bosch Device


To disengage the 4Position Connector Housing from the Bosch device, depress the thumb latch to release the connector and pull back and away from the Bosch device to disengage. See Figure 7.
Pull Back to Disengage

3.2. Contact Removal


1. To remove the contacts from the 4Position Connector Housing, remove the secondary lock from the housing using a small screwdriver (or similar tool). Press the bottom portion of the secondary lock away from the housing until fully removed. See Figure 8.
Press Here to Remove Secondary Lock

Depress Thumb Latch to Release Plug Connector from Device

Finger Grip

Bottom View of Housing

Figure 7

Figure 8

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2. Apply a slight pressure on the wire of the terminal to be extracted toward the mating face of the connector housing. 3. Insert the extraction tool into the window adjacent to the circuit cavity (on the mating face of connector housing) as far as possible. The tool is designed to press the two locking lances on the terminal. For the Junior Power Timer contacts, use Extraction Tool 115790076, and for the Micro Timer III contacts, use Extraction Tool 7265341.

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4. With the extraction tool fully inserted, pull the terminal out of the back of the housing. Refer to Figure 9.

4. REVISION SUMMARY
Per EC: 0990053204
S Initial release of document

Extracted JPT T erminal

Align Extraction Tips on Tool with the Windows Adjacent to Circuit Cavities to Depress the Terminal Locking Lances

T erminal Locking Lance Extraction Tool 1-1579007-6

Mating Face of Connector

NOTE: Tool 1-1579007-6 shown for JPT terminals, tool 726534 works same way for MT3 terminals.

Figure 9

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