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Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Masterm8fo, Apr 1, 2005.

  1. Masterm8fo

    Masterm8fo Warmonger

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    anyone know where i can buy switches that would fill the balnkers next to the ESP button ??
     
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    nervus Well-Known Member

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    you cant get OEM audi ones mate. They just take up the space so the facia plates suit both RHD and LHD, no option provides a switch for this area unless you find something of another model or get 2 additional ESP buttons and T-cut the 'ESP' scripture off!
     
  4. dunk

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    the other model switches dont fit - i tried lots, and the outer 2 buttons have offset curved edges so an esp switch doesnt fit either without substantial modification ie cut and glue etc.
     
  5. Leddy

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    the other model switches dont fit - i tried lots, and the outer 2 buttons have offset curved edges so an esp switch doesnt fit either without substantial modification ie cut and glue etc.

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    That's a major pain in the backside. I'd really like some on/off switches to go there that are OEM for my heated seats - surely there must be something that fits there?
     
  6. dunk

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    like i said - nil unless you do some serious modification to a different switch -

    you can buy a couple of the space blankingn plates and butcher a couple of esp switches to fit the blank plates as caps - it would work if you werre very accurate glueiing on the fronts..
     

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