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Led tail light loom for avant ?

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B8 Chassis)' started by Gillm, Feb 24, 2014.

  1. Gillm
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    Hi guys I've looked everywhere for a loom to convert the std lights on my 09 sline avant to led ones ?

    I already have the lights and full vag com

    led rears lights are

    My part numbers are
    Left outer 8k9 945 095 b
    Left inner 8k9 945 093 b
    Right outer 8k9 945 096 b
    Right inner 8k9 945 094 b

    any help would be awesome . I've seen the kufex loom and not paying £200
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    When I had my 09 sline I wanted bigger alloys, led tail lights, black roof rails etc etc. I bought a black edition grill at £250 and had the fog light surrounds wrapped in black. The roof rails were almost £1000 installed due to the airbags, wheels were £2000, led tailights were £800 fitted at Audi, the list goes on.

    In the end, after a visit to Audi, I got a brand new car in the exact spec I wanted for £40 a month more. I obviously can't comment on peoples financial status but have you considered changing the car? Audi currently offering £5650 off an brand new A4.
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  3. Gillm
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    Thanks but it's not really the answer I was looking for .
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    he wants a wire not a new car
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    email kufatec they do the loom without the codeing dongle
    i thing there about 50
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    The coding is a ***** to get right guys on it, so paying the £200 for the lot is worth it.
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    I thought the coding has been done and documented here
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    Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit. I realise that, I can read. My point was, whilst people spend thousands and thousands modding a car, its never really up to the same spec or standard as buying what you want. Maybe I've just matured a bit but spending endless amounts of doh to achieve very little is fruitless. In 2010 I spent £800 adding LED lights, now I regret it as I ending up buying a new car not long after.

    You keep spending, its your perogative.
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