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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack@European_Parts View Post
    Vehicle Identification No. WAUKH74F86N124065
    Model audi a6 av. qu. 3.2
    A6
    Date of production 15.12.2005
    Model year 2006
    Sales type 4F55NL
    Engine Code BKH
    Transmission Code HYR

    PART NUMBER

    4F0 614 517 Q / L / N
    4F0 614 517 P
    4F0 910 517 P
    Minor bit of confusion: the Audi website says the current part number is 4F0 614 517 J.
    https://parts.audiusa.com/p/Audi_200...F0614517J.html

    Is there something I'm missing and there's a reason it's not on your list? Just trying to do as much research and cross-referencing as I can before I try and find a unit, new or used.

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    4F0 614 517 C, 4F0 614 517 J are for A6 vehicles equipped with ACC - PR 8T4
    4F0 614 517 L, 4F0 614 517 N are for A6 vehicles with classic CC (PR 8T1) or without CCS (PR 8T0)
    4F0 614 517 P, 4F0 614 517 Q are for S6. Not sure are they fully compatible with those above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinsX View Post
    4F0 614 517 C, 4F0 614 517 J are for A6 vehicles equipped with ACC - PR 8T4
    4F0 614 517 L, 4F0 614 517 N are for A6 vehicles with classic CC (PR 8T1) or without CCS (PR 8T0)
    4F0 614 517 P, 4F0 614 517 Q are for S6. Not sure are they fully compatible with those above.
    That was helpful, thanks. AudiUSA.com is apparently not the best resource, despite being the official site for Audi of America...

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    To be completely sure use PL24 and check with Your VIN or ask someone with subscription to this resource to do it for You.
    I use another source of information, it has no VIN filter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinsX View Post
    To be completely sure use PL24 and check with Your VIN or ask someone with subscription to this resource to do it for You.
    I use another source of information, it has no VIN filter.
    I took your info and called the parts desk of my local Audi dealer, and they confirmed that the "N" suffix is the current revision for my VIN. They were just as confused as I was as to why the AudiUSA site was trying to sell me the "J" suffix.

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    They were just as confused as I was as to why the AudiUSA site was trying to sell me the "J" suffix.
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    OK, I have an "N" suffix on order from eBay right now; I'm hoping this doesn't turn out to be a dud.

    Any differences in coding that I need to be aware of, or do I just copy the existing coding from my "L" module to the new one?

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    Just copy coding from original module.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinsX View Post
    Just copy coding from original module.
    Excellent, thank you.

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    I should have listened to my instincts, I knew eBay was nothing but trouble.

    First sign of trouble: The seller advertised an "N" module, which is what was stamped on the hydraulic unit, but an "L" module was attached. OK, no big deal, that's the original revision in my car. After a lot of wrangling, and a drill and screw extractor because one of the stupid specialty screws stripped, I finally got it installed.

    Second sign of trouble: the moment I plugged it in (with the car electrics completely turned off because I'm not a moron), it sounded like an electric motor was spinning up. My old module didn't do that. Over to VCDS, and I find (3) error codes. The expected steering angle, the G201 pressure sensor (with an unchanging pressure reading of -37.83), and 01200 - ABS Supply Voltage. It also got extremely hot in one of the top corners during the (5)ish minutes I had it plugged in.

    The only silver lining here is I *MIGHT* be able to send it off to ModuleMasters and have it rebuilt, while keeping my (mostly) working module in my car. But after spending $450 on this module (because it was the only "N" module available, and I figured the newer revision is probably better), I've got to wait for the end of the week to get my next paycheck before I can do that, and then ModuleMasters has a 5-business-day turn-around...


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