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Changing over Instrument cluster

f13ldy Jun 20, 2005

  1. f13ldy

    f13ldy New Member

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    I've given up on my instrument cluster - (only works when its warm) so I've sourced a second hand one from a scrappy which has the same model number etc..

    I called HR Owen Audi in Nth London and they've said that they will not even attempt to fit it. By fitting I mean recoding the immobiliser using the time sensitive code from Audi-Germany.

    Does anyone know of a more enlightened dealer in the South East who will?

    Cheers
    Carlos
     
  2. imported_nadger

    imported_nadger Guest

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    what years your car, the immobiliser coding is stored in an eeprom on some pcb's and this should be easily overcome, but on the newer type itsstored in a micro, this is the problem one. open them up and take a piccy for us to view
     
  3. f13ldy

    f13ldy New Member

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    Hi,

    Its a 2001 Audi A3 PD130 with the Jaeger/Magentti Marelli cluster. I will try and get a few pics... also if anyone knows of a cluster repairer anywhere in the UK, I would be very grateful. There are hundreds of them in the USA, but I can't find a single one here.

    Cheers
    Carlos
     
  4. Khufu

    Khufu Well-Known Member

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    they sound like a bunch of useless gits. I'd imagine even though they didnt supply the part they would happily charge you to fit it.
     
  5. imported_nadger

    imported_nadger Guest

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    there's a place near manchester called camco88, i used them a few years ago to fix a G60 ecu, im pretty sure they do instrument repairs too. google should find them m8.
     

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