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Instrument Cluster Buzzer

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by gavsman, Feb 19, 2013.

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    [Feb 19, 2013]
    I'm sure this has been asked before - I get no sound for low fuel, service, ABS & door open lights on etc.. so the buzzer has finally stopped on my car.
    Has anyone attempted replacing this on the cluster, if so do you have a guide?
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    I have a spare cluster that I took the temp gauge out of to replace the one in my Avant. If your after the buzzer I can see how it comes out tonight and get back to you. Not sure how to test it without fitting it to my car though.
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    Hi Nathan - that would be great if you can see how it comes out!
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    Would like to hear if there is a fix available, I have the same problem. Getting bored of forgetting to turn my lights off.
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    [Feb 21, 2013]
    Had the spare cluster apart tonight, and its soldered to the PCB in 4 places. It looks like to strip the panel right down to get to the reverse side. This includeds taking the needles etc off the panel.

    If you want to have a go at fixing I could do a step-by-step disassembly and try and get the old one out in one piece?

    The petrol and temp pods are on multi-pin connectors and I thought the buzzer would be the same but it turns out its not so easy.

    Let me know what you think...
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