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S-Line MFSW

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  1. Ash187
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    HI guys

    I have a S-Line MFSW complete with the airbag loom for sale.
    I believe it will fit the A3, A4, A5, A6 and Q7. Its manufactured in 2008, and it has the angled airbag screws for those who want to reuse their own Airbags

    looking for £140 ono.

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    Thanks for looking
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    Get my pm?
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    yh i did, just got onto laptop so didnt get chance to pm u back
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    bump
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    Will this fit a 2005 A4 B7 Sline?
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    it will fit an A4 but you need to check your airbag fitment to see if your current airbag will fit to this wheel.
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    wil it fit a 005 A3?
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    it will fit most audis in the range. please check the airbag for the correct fitting as there are 2 types of airbags.

    1, air bag has 2 holes beside the screw points, matching steering wheel has nipples in the same area. also screws go in a flat 90 degree angle

    2, airbag has angled screw bag holes, matching steering wheel has the screws coming in from the rear in a 45 degree angle.
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    Just in order to make it clear:

    Which one above will be the correct for that steering wheel?

    Also will you make it shipped to Turkey for 70 GBP?

    Thanks :)
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    The steering wheel I am selling is the 2nd type " airbag has angled screw bag holes, matching steering wheel has the screws coming in from the rear in a 45 degree angle."
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    No
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    Thanks Ash, i will do some investigating and post back if i have the correct airbag fitment.

    Neil
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    I'm sorry mate, I accidentally offered 70 GBP to you.. I was going to offer the OTHER mfsw in another topic .. No offense please :)
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    lol no worries mate, no offence taken. you actually just made me laugh! :friends:

    but if you want to double your offer then its all yours :p
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    Mate,


    WAnna make a swap + some cash? I have 2007 perforated leather wheel in mint condition, without mf control system. Let me know please? :)
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    What would I need to do in order to activate the MFSW bit? I have RNS-e Mk2; does it just work when you plug it in?
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    you just need to code it into the car and then it will work
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    No it won't. You need a steering wheel module ending with Q or R. Check it with vag-com
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    mate what car are you on about?

    inkiboo asked if it would 'just work and i replied it would need coding.

    which car has the q or r modules that you are talking about?

    if you need to find out about the steering control modules and such please search the forum for the relevant info as this is a thread for a sale of the steering wheel.
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    My bad, didn't notice it was an A3. So addicted to reading about A4s I dont even consider it anything else. Sorry for confusing you
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    Forgive my ignorance but how easy/difficult it is to "code"? If easy then very interested in the wheel.
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    Coding is easy if you have VCDS, otherwise just get someone that has VCDS to code the car for you.
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    ^^^

    No? :) :)
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    Don't have VCDS. Is this something, given the mods you've stuck on the car, that you would have and if I bought the wheel would you be able to code it please?
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    I replied to your pm mate, no I have no use for a standard steering wheel... Also the standard ones don't go for much

    Yh sure I can code it for you, where abouts are you and what car do you have? Pm me your details
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    bumpage on this...

    now £130
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    so i really want to get rid of this now... £120!
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    Really want this. I'm gonna speak to the wife tonight. Thought you'd sold it.
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    is the price posted?

    cheers
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    Nuts, I would have bough this but I've just taken a look and it looks like the bolts are going straight back into the airbag unit at 90 degrees so the wrong one for me... You can just about make out the bolt head and it's sitting flush not at any angle

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    Would it be possible to get the steering wheel controls to work with an after market headunit?
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    That's how I have it in mine

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    How did you get them to work? I have a single din Pioneer head unit so would be very interested if this works...

    will also need to check whether your wheel will fit my car also.
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    BUMP...

    £120 posted!!!
    £110 collected from London
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    Hi mate, I think I too am gonna have the same problem, I have the identical steering wheel as yours, but without the s line badge, I bought it naively believing all square airbags were the same, but the airbag connections for this (angled screws) are at 12 and 6 not the other type (flat screws) at three and nine. So I now have to sell this one on too! If you get any other people contacting you after you've sold, can you let me know, then I'll post mine for sale. Cheers Dave
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