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Multi-Function Steering Wheel Retrofit to Audi A3

fesss_84 Dec 3, 2007

  1. fesss_84

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    Hi Ladies & Gents

    Im looking to fit an MFSW to my A3, currently its just a normal SW. is ths possible, is the airbag the same in both of them ??

    Thanks
     
  2. marms

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    There are several versions of the MFSW and airbag so a direct swap cannot be guaranteed. If you order a wheel from a dealer then obviously they can order the correct wheel with the Multi-function. If you are buying from eBay / secondhand then you need to be careful.

    You may also need a new steering wheel control module ( you may already have the correct one if you have RNS-e and/or Cruise factory fitted) and you will also need the lead for the buttons on the new wheel.(unless you have DSG then you will already have the cable).

    I actually just noticed you signature. As you have Cruise then you should already have the module. You will obviously also need access to VAG-COM to do the necessary coding.

    There really are load and loads of part numbers listed for the wheel so I would get the correct part number for a dealer and then keep an eye out on eBay as the come up quite often (especially on German eBay, which is where I got mine).

    Hope that helps.
     
  3. JohnS3

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    There's two flat bottomed wheels on now. Item numbers 300178563111 & 200180384281 both with airbags.
     
  4. fesss_84

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    cheers guys,

    john iv checked those 2 items, 1 of them from austria (S-Line), and the otherwise is from germany but it is dsg (paddles). so i dont they r the correct versio steering wheel for my car.. is there anyway i can check which steering wheel will fit my car?? apart from using vag com, as i dont have access to it personally
     
  5. fesss_84

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    john mate iv just read your signature and iv got a few questions for u ,

    did u get the flat tyre indicator as standard on your car???? can this be fitted to cars which dont have it?? and, does electric lumbar mean electric seats??
     
  6. fesss_84

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    OMG iv just proof read my posts, and i think its about time i started to do that more often. im typing words with letters missing and even wrong words altogether, sorry if u guys find it hard understanding what im sayin..
     
  7. JohnS3

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    I'd double check with the dealer parts dept just to be sure.
     
  8. fesss_84

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    john do u work for audi by any chance???? because iv recently fitted some new bulbs into my car headlights, but i cant get them straight....iv got abit of a heavy hand, and i dont want to fiddle with it because ill end up forcing it and breaking the clips like i did my old car.

    i also contacted Phil, he was sound. im abit broke for cash because of the x-mas season but next pay day my cars going straight to him for upgrades.

    john where about in yorkshire are u from???? yorkshire is a HUGGGGE area, i gather your from around teesside
     
  9. JohnS3

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    The flat tyre indicator was factory fitted, I think it was £45 so I thought why not!! It can indeed be retrofitted

    Electric seats? I wish, it's just the lumbar support at the base of the seat which goes up/down/in and out.
     
  10. JohnS3

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    Work for Audi, no not me. Never had the headlight bulbs out so I can't help you there. I think you might have me confused with JamS3 (Jamie) who is from Teeside.
     

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