[Es2] UrS6 wiring, CQ wiring, Jimmy Pribble's contact info
20vcq at nittigritti.com
Tue Sep 20 22:23:42 EDT 2005
I have the Excel files safely backed up here, in case you still need
> Hi everyone.
> I'm trying to make a bridge harness to plug the UrS6 AAN wiring
> harness into the CQ harness. A couple of the online resources have
> disappeared (like the eS2 files from UrS4.com), so I'm hoping someone
> or some people out there in Audi land can lend me a hand.
> As some of you may or may not know, the UrS6 wiring harness
> unfortunately doesn't just "plug-n-play" in the CQ's chasis harness.
> The CQ uses rectangular, flat connections, while the AAN wiring
> harness uses boxy connections with round terminals, I think they are
> called "kostal connectors", but not positive.
> On the eS2 pages of UrS4.com, there were a couple of spreadsheet files
> that may or may not help me. They were titled "CQ.xls" and "200.xls",
> and apparently they broke down some of the wiring. If anyone still has
> these files on their harddrive and is willing to email them to me,
> please let me know.
> If I can't find the files on my own, do you think Jimmy Pribble would
> mind getting an email from me asking if he still has a copy of the
> If anyone else has previous experience with dropping an AAN into a CQ
> and has some tips, pointers or cautions, I'd be glad to hear them. So
> far I have the motor in and things are really coming together, but it
> won't mean squat until the motor is wired in to the car and everything
> Thanks again guys! (And gals?)
> Nik Bosyk
> "The rights of the individual outweigh the comfort of the majority"
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