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Cruise control part number?

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by awmw, Dec 30, 2006.

  1. awmw
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    [Dec 30, 2006]
    Hello

    I have an 1998 A4 TDI.

    Does any body know the part number for the stalks with cruise control buttons?

    Thanks
    Adrian
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    i dont know the part number however i believe that pre facelift are not DBW (drive by wire). so its NOT a matter of taking out old then VAG.COM and tell it it has cruise control.
    i think it may need a phyisical connection the the throttle body area may be??
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    Acording to etka its '4D0 953 513' however it does say 'for models that have cruise control system'.
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    Thanks.

    I would think it must be the petrol models that aren't DBW, the diesels deffinatley are.
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    I know my petrol doesn't have DBW! So I make you right there awmw!
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    The way to find out if you have DBW is to rev the engine to 2-3000 rpm in neutral. Hold your right foot steady then press the brake with your left. If the revs fall to idle then you have DBW. This is a safety feature to guard against the (electronic) throttle sticking open.
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