[s-cars] Test drive 2000 A6Q 2.7T 6 speed
audisean at gmail.com
Mon May 16 08:34:48 EDT 2005
Oops. Sorry everyone, I was confused by the subject line. Carry on!
On 5/16/05, TMULLANE at snet.net <TMULLANE at snet.net> wrote:
> I agree that Sean has his C4's and 5's mixed up, but
> he is correct about recoding the display when the
> cluster is replaced (to cure the fading problem which
> Audi is "monitoring"). The cluster must be coded to
> the correct mileage after install. Just removing and
> reinstalling the same cluster requires no VAG.
> Message: 7
> Date: Sun, 15 May 2005 22:25:03 -0400
> From: "Lee Levitt" <lee at aceleragroup.com>
> Subject: RE: [s-cars] Test drive 2000 A6Q 2.7T 6 speed
> To: "'Nick Stuart'" <baredok at gmail.com>, "'audiSean'"
> <audisean at gmail.com>, <s-car-list at audifans.com>
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> Nick writes:
> > That looks like its only needed to completly
> replace the
> > cluster (which would make sense). If you need to
> recode the
> > whole thing after just replacing the temp light,
> well that
> > just seems silly. But I wouldn't be to surprised.
> I've had the cluster out on both my old S6 and my
> current '02 A6, and
> neither time did I have to recode the cluster
> '02 A6 3.0 quattro avant
> '96 A6 quattro avant
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Sean [99 A6 2.8q]
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