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Steering wheel slip ring Part Number

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by rowdyboy, Jul 23, 2011.

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    I got myself cruise control and Dis stalk from eBay, when it came, it had a slip ring with it. It's surplus to requirements but has no part number sticker on it. Is there any way of finding the part number for it, so someone else can benefit?
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    post up a pic..someone my be able to identfy it by the number of pins etc..
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    If it has 6 pins then it's worth chucking in the bin.
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    These are the pics i got, are they any help?
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    Thats certainly the 12 pin. What car, model did it come from?
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    From an A4 B7, not sure which model though.
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    I'm pretty sure it will be: 4E0 953 541 B

    If you sell it on ebay make sure you mention this can be used for a MFSW retrofit and cruise etc. Tend to be pricey when sold on ebay.co.uk but far cheaper on ebay.de just most people don't check the German one.
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    Cheers mate, I appreciate it. What sort of price should I be looking for?
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    Haha, I would say ideally around £100 but more realistic 50-60. Depends who needs it at the time it's listed.
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