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915 speedo sender

The speedo sender wire was cut short when I got the 915 with my 3.0 last year.

Question is, what is the thing in the blue circle? A gasket, or something else? I can replace the plug, but not if something else is missing.

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rubber bellows to seal the outside out as the wire passes into the chassis

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That I would think is the rubber boot the sender wires pass thru transitioning from the exterior underbody to the interior (tunnel). The boot will probably already be present on the car you're installing into. Check it out.
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addiction answered before me

anyway, I took lots of pics during a past engine drop. here are a couple showing the wires on each side (int/ext)


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As my son would say, "YOU GUYS ROCK"

Thanks for the info and the pics.

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