Aftermarket alarm

Tom Mullane tmullane at
Tue Jun 1 22:48:50 EDT 2004


Lol - I'm sure Chris has heard it all before.  Besides, I _would_
technically be violating the license agreement.  However, I am just one
user, so you would think there would be some way around this.  BTW, Uwe Ross
was kind enough to provide be with a second activation code for VAG-COM
(back before the connection adaptor acted as a "key") at no extra charge
when I explained the situation to him.  

Bentley should license per user, or at least sell additional licenses for a
discounted rate.  I would still bitch, but I might buy a second license for
a reasonable amount - say maybe 25%.  My garage is about 2 miles from my
house and the PC there is old, off line, and printerless.  It is "ok" for
Bentley, but not great.  It is much nicer to figure things out at home on
the new box, then just use the shop machine for quick (slow?) reference.

I would buy the manual in some form because it also covers my 96 A6 Avant
and my 1995.5 S6.  However, I have managed to survive without the Bentley so
far using my own accumulated Audi knowledge and the wisdom and experience of
the 200 20v and urS lists.  I keeping hoping a paper copy will appear
somewhere for sale.


-----Original Message-----
From: Bernie Benz [mailto:b.benz at] 
Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2004 10:30 PM
To: Tom Mullane
Cc: Chris Miller; 200q20V mailing list
Subject: Re: Aftermarket alarm

Bitch to Chris Miller about the Bentley restrictions, apparently he's in
charge there.

You only need several pages from the S4 Bentley, those covering the ATS and
the door locking systems.  Why need you buy a Bentley for your friend's car


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