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MF Steering Wheel and Cruise Control

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by C14GSY, Mar 30, 2010.

  1. C14GSY

    C14GSY New Member

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    Hi guys,

    I have an Audi A4 Cabriolet, 1.8T Sport, 2004 model and am looking to have a multi function steering wheel and cruise control fiited....any ideas on how much that could/would cost me?

    If there's already a thread that would help please point me in the right direction...
     
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  3. Zolly

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    If you do the buying seperately and fit yourself:

    B7 Wheel and Airbag £200
    8E0 953 549 Q Steering Module £60
    4E0 953 541 A or B Slip Ring £50
    Cruise control and cowling £100
    Programming free is you have VCDS/VAGCOM otherwise however much somebody will do it for you

    If you pay somebody with their parts £850-£1000
     
  5. 1wheelonly

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    NO DONT !!!!!!!!! as black above states, get them yourself seperately and either fit them yourself or theres plenty on here that would fit them alot cheeper than lazzy days ! he aint cheep and he aint all that either !!!!!
     
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  6. NHN

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    Yeah I'd agree with that, stay clear of Gareth mate as I've heard reports of charging for modules he doesnt actually fit or replace, he overcharges aswell & as a member recently found out he fitted something without knowing it wouldnt work, idiot!!!!

    Where abouts are you as I know a guy who has a wheel for sale & would fit at a cost, certainly cheaper than VWCruise
     
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    Regardless of who is doing the work I would never think of fitting a B7 wheel to a B6. You will never know if the single stage controller will deploy the dual stage airbag. I'm sure I read a thread on audiforum which some did have a crash and the airbag did not deploy.

    Anyone notice the BS on this page... http://www.vwcruise.com/107.html:lmfao:
     
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  8. 1wheelonly

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    wasnt that the one that wasnt wired correctly, if done correctly to the correct impact trigger theres no reason why it wouldnt go off.
     
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    You take the risk that's all I'm saying! no one as proof that this works if the car is in an accident.
     
  10. NHN

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    Yes the airbag going of is questionable, ideally needs the correct stage connected to work fully, it hasnt really been tested properly if it will go of.

    Nice pic of a TT disguised as an R8 huh lmfao, also its not really buttons is it, it a lever with multi positions & 1 button.
     

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