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Facelift part fitment help

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by M88JCP, May 16, 2010.

  1. M88JCP

    M88JCP Member

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    Hi everyone

    I know there been loads of threads on facelifting cars but i can't find what i need to know, hopefully somebody can help.
    I have managed to get the ESP, airbag off light, hazard switch, blank and card holder from an 09 facelift car, i have had my old parts out and the new bits fit great and work with the existing wiring.

    However the chrome surround i have bought sits too far in and the new buttons stick our to far: looks silly to be honest!!! I have had a look and the clips on the new surround are shorter than my old surround, can somebody tell me it i am using the wrong surround and there is an alternative part available to elimate this problem?

    I believe the part number i am using at the moment ends is K.

    Thanks in advance for your help

    On the flip side i now have a complete set of switches with the surround and card holder from a double DIN cage is anybody needs a set for a single double DIN conversion, PM me.
     
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  3. robby

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    I was looking to do this swap - so the wires from the old switches plug straight into the new ones? what is the chrome surround? any pics?
     
  4. M88JCP

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    Hi Robby

    Yes all the new switches plugged striaght into the original wiring, I can't get the picture i have to attach not sure what i'm doing wrong but I mean the surrund that goes around the switches with the chrome strip on the bottom if that helps?
     

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