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Question re: Radio security codes
In message <firstname.lastname@example.org> Porsray@aol.com writes:
> That was NOT your only option; I replaced my dead "Weisbaden" unit
> at my local dealer with a remanufactured one with a 1 year warranty
> for $74. Had to transfer the faceplate, however.
AArgh! Wiesbaden, not Weisbaden.
As a matter of interest, the "stock" radio is different in every country they
The "real" original quattro radio was a Philips 994. Rare as hen's teeth, but
as advanced, for its day, as the urq. It stored 70 frequencies in 6 groups of
ten and ten groups of one, a bit like a scanner.
And yes, there's one on my ur-quattro.
Committee Member, UK Audi [ur-]quattro Owners Club