Can I buy one from you in order to make my own replacement engine harness?The engine harness to body harness connector is called C103 in the Electronic Troubleshooting Manual (earliest I have is 1974 publication). It is a very common 6 pole connector in Mercedes-Benz of that era. All of those type connectors were made by Kroschu (still producing automotive electrical components to this day). When I go to the salvage yard, I grab these by the handful - I have a large sack of them in male, female and various configurations.
I thought I found the part number in the EPC for this but couldn't see availability anywhere. I will check again. Thanks!The thermo-time switch connector (also by Kroschu) is unique because of that spring loaded plastic pawl that grabs the notch in the sensor body. I have learned to only work on some of these items when it is warm outside. This reduces the tendency for old brittle plastic pieces to break. Again, I grab these from salvage cars but I think you can still order them from MB suppliers.