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Cruise control for a 1.6tdi

Jambo26 Aug 5, 2012

  1. Jambo26

    Jambo26 Active Member Audi A3 Black Edition

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    My dads asked me how easy cc is to install on hill 2010 1.6tdi a3. what parts wouldi need for doing this??
     
  2. mjr901

    mjr901 Guest

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    you want to be talking to NHN, dannykn9 or ash187

    Youll need stalk, bottom cowling and some coding.

    Steering wheel off job.
     
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  3. Jambo26

    Jambo26 Active Member Audi A3 Black Edition

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    sound abit like the crafter i did at work the other week apart from the local vw dealer had to get the coding from vw in germany:(. i got the kit from TPS. do you know if TPS do a kit for this. il give NHN a pm now.

    cheers
     
  4. mjr901

    mjr901 Guest

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    all in all i think it will roughly cost £170 fully fitted.
     
  5. MrLapou

    MrLapou Well-Known Member

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    Huntingdon Audi on ebay sell the kit for about £100. It's easy to install, many sites showing how to. But when installed two modules needs coding by VCDS but again sites tell you which and how to.
    Took me about an hour to install cc on my A3.
    Your car is a 2010 which may require an upgraded module.

    This is for a 2009 onwards A3
    Audi A3 (8P) TT (8J) 2009 onwards Cruise Control & Trim | eBay
     
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  6. Dannykn9

    Dannykn9 "Cruise My Ride" VCDS Map User

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    As long as he has the trip computer at a minimum then no upgraded module is needed.

    Also that kit on eBay is as stated for 2003-2009.
    He will need the newer kit for June 2009 onwards. Difference between two kits are the high beam stalk, the later one is spring loaded so therefore returns to middle when high beam is activated as apposed to it staying forward on the older models.

    Yes, coding is needed which can only be done by dealers or by VCDS.
    If you were in in around London I could have supplied and fit for a very reasonable price :)
     
  7. Ash187

    Ash187 Audi-Retrofits.co.uk Site Sponsor VCDS Map User Gold Supporter quattro Audi A5

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    As you are so far North how about contacting Johnny (jobo)
    he should be able to fit and code it. fitting the parts is half the job and it isnt that big a deal with all the guides available here on the site. but without the fault clearing and the coding you will find that you wont be able to drive the car at all
     
  8. Dannykn9

    Dannykn9 "Cruise My Ride" VCDS Map User

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    +1 for jb0o
     
  9. jb0o

    jb0o North East Forum Moderator Regional Rep Site Sponsor VCDS Map User

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    Cheers guys.

    I'm a 2hr drive from Carlisle so Im most likely the closest retrofitter to you.

    I actually stopped off in Carlisle last Saturday for a bite to eat in Nandos!
     

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