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part number compatability?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by DOLPHIN DIESEL, May 25, 2010.

  1. DOLPHIN DIESEL

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    i need a new slip ring to fit my s line steering wheel and have been told by someone on here that the one i need is
    1ko 959 653 d, ive found someone selling a slip ring with the part number 1ko 959 653 c. will this work? the seller says its for a multifunction steering wheel and mine isnt.

    thanks in advance
     
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  3. PH1L

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    presume you are fitting a flat bottom wheel without multifunction?
     
  4. DOLPHIN DIESEL

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    no just a standard s line wheel, i need to know if it will work asap

    cheers
     
  5. mike foster

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    The one with suffix 'c' is for a two door car whereas suffix 'd' is a later version for two and four door car.

    It is also useful to know your chassis number and steering ecu number to be certain
     
  6. DOLPHIN DIESEL

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    where do i find the steering ecu number? also, whats the difference going to be between them?
     
  7. PH1L

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    you find it under the steering wheel, panel off and read it. however if youve vag com you can also check the p/n i belive
     

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