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  1. rosscotdi

    rosscotdi Member

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    So how much will it be and what do i need to get to have vag-com for my car?
    Do i have but from ross tech or are there cheaper options? The only concern about not buying from ross tech is i assume its more expensive because it actually works?

    2005 A3 2.0 Tdi(140) s-line

    Thanks
     
  2. Uwe@Ross-Tech

    Uwe@Ross-Tech Member

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    A Micro-CAN interface is perfect for your car. $249 (net). Thats' about 127 pounds. This includes the software license, full support and free updates. It does not include shipping or any taxes charged by your government.

    -Uwe-
     
  3. S3Andy

    S3Andy Member

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    Yes you can buy from E-Bay ;)

    Will it work............:uhm: it's a chance i may!

    Have a look on the Ross-Tech site and you will find some UK distributors ;)
     
  4. Sebastian

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    In his case (Audi A3 8P), there are no 3rd party sellers who sell a legit product that works with his car. :)
     
  5. rosscotdi

    rosscotdi Member

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    Thanks guys,
    So can i change the voltage/ fluxuation to the headlights?
    I'll explain!
    I'm trying to fit after market xeons and they need constant 12v, at the moment it is around 11.2v and switched on and off 3ish times every second which my ballasts dont like!
    I'm going to order a vag.com probably with my next pay packet, so can i change this setting and how?

    Thanks
     
  6. Uwe@Ross-Tech

    Uwe@Ross-Tech Member

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    You can play with settings that may affect this, but as explained elsewhere, because you've installed some crazy xenon bulb kits in your halogen headlights, as opposed to doing a proper xenon retrofit with factory parts, there's no guarantee of success.

    -Uwe-
     

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