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Fitting Cruise to B6 Cab - SCM part numbers

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by sebbelcher, Dec 30, 2010.

  1. sebbelcher

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    Hi Folks,

    There is a lot of information out there about fitting cruise to B6's, and I'm fairly confident of completing the modification this weekend. I just have one question which I cannot find a definite answer to:
    What version/part number of the steering-wheel control module is required for activating cruise?

    I've read that there is a possibility that the control module fitted to Cab's may already have the cruise option and it just needs to be coded with Vag-Com. Can anyone enlighten me as to the correct part numbers? I read somewhere it is possible to test if the module is compatible by trying to code it to cruise and seeing what errors are produced, this sounds a little risky, unless someone has an idiot's guide...

    If the control module is compatible, all that's required is the stalk, the facia panel and coding of the steering-wheel control module and the ECU? Right? Sounds too good to be true as all that can be obtained for under £40!

    Thanks as always,
    Seb.
     
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  3. hades-

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    8E0 953 549 R
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    if you have MFSW then you only need is

    So all you need is: Switch - 4E0953521B4PK - £26.12+vat

    2 screws - N90906802 - £0.09p each +vat

    Lower Cowl - 8E0953512P 6PS* (for near black trim*) - £25.59 + vat

    if you have VCDS you can check what SCM you have fitted
     
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