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Ambient light mod

razza1 Feb 3, 2009

  1. razza1

    razza1 Well-Known Member

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    I've just followed the guide form here, very useful:thumbsup:, however in the B7 it isn't a philips driver needed, it seems a hex driver or something is needed to remove the screws holding the console on. However with a little perseverance you can actually do this without removing the panel.

    Just need too wait until it's dark now....
     
  2. dolores

    dolores New Member

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    Hi,

    Have you succeded to find the right socket and pin where toconnect the (+) lights wire on B7? Thank you!
     
  3. razza1

    razza1 Well-Known Member

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    Follow the guide, the instructions/diagrams show you which ones to connect to, pretty easy ;)
     
  4. acprc

    acprc Member

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    Screws are T20 Torx head.
     
  5. dolores

    dolores New Member

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    Following the guides is my intention too but I cannot find the red clip. The pictures looks very different to what I see on mine. I just assume on A4 B7 from 2006 2.0TDI the wires are different and that's why I would like to ask somebody with same car type to copnfirm the socket location.

    The same issue I have with re-wiring the mic for SDS. There should be an orange socket with green/clear wires (mic) but still not on mine - no such socket.

    This is quite frustration as I have all the wires to do the jobs, I would love to do it and I am stopped by not finding described locations. This is just driving me crazy.

    Thanks for any support!
     
  6. jwhat

    jwhat Member VCDS Map User

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    Well I have a 2005 2.0tdi and mine was exactly like the guide. Can you get some pictures of your set up and post them?
     
  7. acprc

    acprc Member

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    On my 2008 B7 the microphone for the GSM doesn't actually plug into the overhead panel it goes through it. The socket comes off the loom and sits in a recess in the overhead panel and the microphone plugs into that. Not sure if you need to check the loom for the socker rather than the panel?

    Just a thought.

    Adam
     
  8. dolores

    dolores New Member

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    I am looking for the socket in the footwell compartment somewhere close to the fuse box or break pedal rather then the one in the overhead panel as I would avoid so to unmount the A-pillar trim for re-wiring. Thank you!
     
  9. Cockney Boy

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    I have tried to find the Mod istructions, but drawn a blank. Ca anyone point me in the right direction?

    regards

    Rich
     

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