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    [Nov 17, 2011]
    Hi everyone, iv recently join the forum as iv become the proud owner of an Audi A4 B7 2.0 TDI (170) S-line :) I absolutly love it!!!! So onto the questions... How do I find out what optional extras my car has got? And my cars come with one of them ugly bury phone cradles, what's the best way to remove it? Thanks for any help in advance.

    Here's a couple of pics at the dealer.. Better pics will follow after a proper clean at weekend :)

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    [Nov 18, 2011]
    For the optional extras - find the list of codes from your Service Book (inside the front or back cover I think), or where the spare wheel is, and enter them into the following website:

    http://igorweb.org/equidec/Default.aspx

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    ine is:

    E4J = "S-line"
    7A0 = Without CD changer/CD player
    4UF = Drivers and front passenger air bag with front passenger air bag deactivation
    6XE = Exterior mirrors: electrically foldable and electrically adjustable/heated
    5SJ = Left exterior mirror: convex
    6TS = Right exterior mirror: aspherical, large viewing field
    1KW = Disc brakes, rear
    J0L = Battery 340 A (70 Ah)
    1LC = Disc brakes, front
    1BV = Sports suspension/shock absorption
    3FA = Without roof insert (standard roof)
    5TG = Decorative aluminum inserts, dulling
    7X2 = Park distance control, front and rear
    4R4 = Power windows with comfort operation andcircuit breaker
    F0A = No special purpose vehicle, standard equipment
    8GU = Alternator 140 A
    0G1 = Gearshift lever
    0YK = Weight range 10 installation control only, no requirement forecast
    0JH = Weight category front axle weight range 8
    T61 = 4-cylinder gasoline engine 2.0 L unit 06D.1
    3ND = Rear seat bench/backrest, unfolding
    8BF = Halogen headlight for driving on the left
    U1B = Instrument insert with mph speedometer, clock, tachometer and trip odometer
    X2B = National sales program Great Britain
    1N3 = Speed-related variable steering assist (Servotronic)
    2PU = Leather trimmed multi-function sports steering wheel
    8Q1 = Headlight-range adjustment
    9Q4 = Multi-function display/on-board computerwith check control
    8Z5 = Not hot country
    D60 = 4-cyl. gasoline engine 2.0 L/162 kW 16V turbo FSI, homogeneous base engine is T61
    7Q0 = Without navigation device
    CG2 = Cast alloy wheels 8J x 18
    7K0 = Without tire pressure warning light
    4X3 = Side air bag front with curtain air bag
    2K7 = Reinforced bumpers
    3L3 = Manual height adjustment for front seats
    4KC = Side and rear windows in heat-insulatingglass
    3Y0 = Without roll-up sun screen
    4K2 = Radio remote controlled central locking "SZV"
    5D1 = Carrier frequency 433.92 MHz-434.42 Mhz
    1SA = Without additional engine guard
    0GG = Emission standard EU4
    Q1D = Sports front seats
    4GT = Heat-insulating glass windshield

    Not sure what some of them relate to. 'Not hot country'!
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    [Nov 18, 2011]
    Perfect, I'll take a look and report back, much appreciated, thanks.
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    [Nov 18, 2011]
    this is what I've got..... not much :(
    E4J = "S-line"
    7A0 = Without CD changer/CD player
    4UF = Drivers and front passenger air bag with front passenger air bag deactivation
    6XD = Exterior mirrors: electrically adjustable/heated
    5SJ = Left exterior mirror: convex
    6TS = Right exterior mirror: aspherical, large viewing field
    1KP = Disc brakes, rear
    J1D = Battery 380 A (72 Ah)
    1LT = Disc brakes, front
    1BE = Sports suspension/shock absorption
    3FE = Electric slide/tilt sunroof with sun screen/sunblind
    5TE = Decorative aluminum inserts
    7X1 = Park distance control
    4R4 = Power windows with comfort operation andcircuit breaker
    F0A = No special purpose vehicle, standard equipment
    8GU = Alternator 140 A
    0G1 = Gearshift lever
    0YG = Weight range 7 installation control only, no requirement forecast
    0JG = Weight category front axle weight range 7
    TQ0 = 4-cylinder diesel engine 2.0 L unit 03G.D
    3ND = Rear seat bench/backrest, unfolding
    8BF = Halogen headlight for driving on the left
    U1B = Instrument insert with mph speedometer, clock, tachometer and trip odometer
    X2B = National sales program Great Britain
    1N1 = Power steering
    1XW = Leather trimmed multi-function sports steering wheel
    8Q1 = Headlight-range adjustment
    9Q3 = Multi-function display, without on-boardcomputer and check control
    8Z5 = Not hot country
    D0M = 4-cyl. turbo diesel en. 2.0 L/125 kW 16VTDI, pump-jet injection system base engine is TB3/T9G/TN0/TQ0
    7Q0 = Without navigation device
    CH9 = Alloy wheels 8J x 18
    7K0 = Without tire pressure warning light
    4X3 = Side air bag front with curtain air bag
    2K7 = Reinforced bumpers
    3L3 = Manual height adjustment for front seats
    4KC = Side and rear windows in heat-insulatingglass
    3Y0 = Without roll-up sun screen
    4K2 = Radio remote controlled central locking "SZV"
    5D1 = Carrier frequency 433.92 MHz-434.42 Mhz
    1SA = Without additional engine guard
    7GG = Emission standard EU4 DPF
    Q1D = Sports front seats
    4GQ = Windshield in heat-insulating glass
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    [Nov 18, 2011]
    i dont see a with crappy injectors likely to fail at any time and cause your death option there?? you might be lucky lol!
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    [Nov 19, 2011]
    Haha good point..
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    [Nov 19, 2011]
    Haha good point..
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