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What is this? (S4 avant)

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by OllyS4, Jun 7, 2009.

  1. OllyS4

    OllyS4 Member

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    On the front left lower arm is a bracket that connects to a switch/sensor which looks like it monitors the suspension position.
    I only have one on the left side.
    The reason i ask is the bracket is loose and rattles around and i'd like to fix it.
     
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  3. Broken Byzan

    Broken Byzan Photographic Moderator
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    It's for the self leveling headlights, i assume you have factory xenons fitted?

    You should find a similar unit fitted to the rear too
     
  4. OllyS4

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    Yeah i do have factory xenons so that would make sens.

    Does anyone know how much a new part or just the bracket would be?
     
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    The brackets tend to rust through, and either break, or become loose.

    Replacement is the only option.
     
  6. OllyS4

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    Yeah thats whats happened, any idea how much it's likely to be?
     
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    Not 100% sure, but I think the last one I supplied came with the retaining arm, I'll check tomorrow.
     
  8. OllyS4

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    Any luck with the rough price? also if any one knows the part number that would be grate.
     

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