I've got a usable set on ebay just now:
Not perfect, but not rotted out either.
Does anyone know if the common "mk4 tdi" midpipe mod that works on the Golf and A3 1.8T models can also be used on the TT?
The TT appears to have a similar piece of exhaust, but i'm unsure if its shorter or shaped differently to the A3/Golf version?
I'll need to have a closer look at the wiring and see.
The B6 Seats are not recaros i dont think, just normal B6 sport seats in black leather. Theres something a bit different about them though. I think it was an Audi Exclusive interior.
The B7 has the two tone leather seats that were part of...
My folks have just bought a '07 A4 B7 2.0T as a replacement for their written off B6 S4.
The S4 had electric memory seats, and they would like to swap these into the B7 which currently just has the normal manual seats.
Does anyone know how easy this is? Any good guides kicking...
Bumping this back up as after a long while i've been told its not working properly.
So the car does indeed have factory bluetooth. The original cradle says "bluetooth only" and iphone4 on the back. So i presume it was essentially a dock for the iphone which charged it, but the actual calls...
The usual issue is a bad thermostat. On a motorway run the coolant simply doesnt get hot enough, and the guage never moves. When you slow down in town or get stuck in traffic you'll see the temperature rise up as theres less airflow.
Less common is a bad sensor.
If you have climate control you...
you need to check device manager, and see what COM port number the USB device has assigned itself. Sometimes it will get a number >4, and you have to go into advanced properties and move it back down.
Sticking to the same USB port on the laptop tends to stop the number changing.
If your not planning on doing anything fancy with the turbo, then just fit a new standard clutch. If the flywheel is knackered, replace it with a new standard DMF.
Theres not a great deal of point swapping to a single mass on a stock car and it has downsides.
Quattro exhaust is completely different to a FWD car.
The FWD exhuast loops up over the rear axle, and has its mid silencer on the drivers side.
The quattro exhaust goes under the subframe and has its mid silencer on the passenger side.
Even the backbox itself sits much further rearwards on a...