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Instrument cluster compatibility

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by PAULF, Nov 24, 2011.

  1. PAULF

    PAULF Active Member
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    Does anybody know what other clocks I can fit to my 1999 A4 B5 Avant 2.5 TDi Quattro whilst I get my one looked at?

    The current one is Part Number 8D0919930M, which has the DIS, but I don't care what I get, just so I can troubleshoot my one.
     
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  3. Sandra

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    You could try pm users NHN, Khufu, itwasntme187, N8, im sure one of these guys will be able to advise you.
     
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    You'll need a cluster from a 6 cyl diesel with the same type of clock as yours.

    You'll also need vagtacho and vagcom to reprogram the immobiliser on the new cluster.
     
  5. PAULF

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    Thanks Aragorn,

    Does this mean any 2.5 V6 with the analogue clock and three plugs at the back will do? I ask because I think I can get a lowline dash quite cheap from e-bay, but am unsure of the compatibilities and there's been enough teddy throwing here over this dash without me adding more!

    I have VagCom and VagTacho for programming, so I'm fine there.

    Have you got any thoughts on my (DIS dead) dash problem?

    I don't like 'cold' PM-ing folk -it seems a bit shouty for me, but thanks for the thought anyway, Sandra. (Must be a Tcheuchter thing!)
     

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