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Mennekes Type 2 / schuko head wirings

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Old Oct 13th, 2021, 18:58   #1
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Default Mennekes Type 2 / schuko head wirings

Hello,

Does anybody know how 5 different wires are connected to schuko head?
One of the pins of my Mennekes charger broke and warranty doesn't replace it - just a bit over 2 years old.

I'm planning to buy just a head and make wirings by myself.
Unfortunately the OEM head is molded one so I cannot follow the wires.

Note that I do not recommend this to anybody, make modification on your own risk.

Cheers everybody for your answers.
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Old Oct 13th, 2021, 21:54   #2
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You can buy replacement cables with the head attached, that way you could note the order you disconnect them from the main charger, and if they are colour coded differently, use a continuity tester to tap out the individual wires on the old cable to make sure you reconnect the new one in the right order.
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Old Oct 14th, 2021, 08:39   #3
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Or if the old plug is knackered, then cut it open to see the wiring?
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I found this link through Google:

https://www.evexpert.eu/p/197/ev-cha...male-type2-32a

If you expand the picture there is a wiring diagram (it is in German, but seeing as you are from Helsinki, but seem to have excellent English, I am sure that a language barrier will not hold you back!).
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