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Interior updates - bit of chrome.

James2581 Jun 11, 2018

  1. James2581

    James2581 Member

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    well after a few bored ebay searches and sitting looking at random stuff I wandered if it was possible to transplant the chrome switch of a golf etc headlight switch into an a4.

    Well the answer is yes, sort of....

    The picture is the first attempt. This is a golf switch front in the a4 switch housing. Diameter is exactly the same and the switch actually fits into the spindle by willl need a small amount of glue to keep it firm.

    Unfortunately now I am unable to release the pins to remove the switch assembly but that will be a job for again.

    May even get another switch assembly and see if I can get the whole golf assembly to fit.

    However for half hr’s Work of an eve I think it looks much more modern and goes with the air vents and parking sensor buttons etc which all have a chrome accent.

    What’s everyone else’s opinion?
     

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  3. martin1984

    martin1984 Well-Known Member Team Silver Audi A4 Audi Avant Owner Group TDi

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    Not bad work how much was the golf switch

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  4. James2581

    James2581 Member

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    £8 posted off eBay!
     
  5. Alex Holmes

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    Looks good buddy, i was discussing this with a friend the other day. How easy was this to do? I also fancy the chrome mirror switch knob too to try and break up the interior a little!
     
  6. DieselJake

    DieselJake Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    Looking good, I've got the same :icon thumright:

    Dead easy @Alex Holmes just push in, twist and pull out, think theirs a video on YouTube somewhere.
     
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