OK System Check

Shayne thequattroking at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 9 17:46:45 EDT 2002

Nope.  you don't have to remove the wheel.  Takes me about 5 minutes to pull
the gauge cluster.

Shayne P.

Oakland, CA.

Enough Audis to give plenty of headaches.

Parting:  1972 Mercedes Benz 280 SE 4.5

> David,
> One more question - did you have to remove the steering wheel to get the
> dash out?  Someone told me you had to but Chris's instructions didn't
> mention it.
> Thanks!
> Peter

> Peter,
> your post was just fine!
> I get both bogus error conditions and hieroglpyphics. Sometimes my
> display actually shows the radio station! I'm sure that touching up
> the
> solder joints will fix all of it.
> David

> Greetings,
> This is my first attempt at posting to the list so please let me know if I
> use poor etiquette.
> '91 200 20V Wagon - OK system gives intermittent false oil and brake errors.
> I know the brakes are good (just replaced UFO's/pads and tied sensors
> closed) and watch the gages for oil pressure and temp.  It's bugging me!  I
> read suggestions from Chris Miller's page of touching up the solder joints
> on the main board however my symptoms are slightly different ( I don't get
> the hieroglyphics) .  Is it the same solution?  Any words of wisdom prior to
> fixing?

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