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Zorro_X

Restaurer Un Boîtier D'assistance à L'allumage G. Cartier Ref 02341

Zorro_X

ℹ️ Vous pouvez désormais acheter dans la boutique du forum le kit avec tous les composants électroniques permettant de restaurer votre boîtier CARTIER 02341 :

 

 

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J'ai la possibilité d'avoir un autre boitier

Reference 735049

7 700 742 129

Hom 7700739404

 

 

 

Est-ce un autre modèle?

Ou correspond-il au 02341 ou 02346?

Mon boitier actuel 02346

Merci

Edited by mmomi1

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je crois que le 735049 est peut-être le même que le 02346, à confirmer...

@five34500 ?

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Il y a 7 heures, Zorro_X a dit :

je crois que le 735049 est peut-être le même que le 02346, à confirmer...

@five34500 ?

 

Il y a 10 heures, mmomi1 a dit :

J'ai la possibilité d'avoir un autre boitier

Reference 735049

7 700 742 129

Hom 7700739404

 

 

 

Est-ce un autre modèle?

Ou correspond-il au 02341 ou 02346?

Mon boitier actuel 02346

Merci

Alors pour le coups je ne le connais pas du tout ! Il ressemble au 02346 mais le connecteur est différent. Si jamais tu récupères celui-ci il faudrait prendre le connecteur qui se branche dessus aussi.

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Il y a 6 heures, five34500 a dit :

 

Il ressemble au 02346 mais le connecteur est différent.

Comment est son connecteur?

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Il y a 1 heure, mmomi1 a dit :

Comment est son connecteur?

Si désolé, après vérification c'est bien un 4 broches comme le 02346 a priori.

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