getting parts for your car before you even get the car = true enthusiast
x2, love it.getting parts for your car before you even get the car = true enthusiast
Check a few sources - like EuroPrice - Alex is pretty resourceful and usually reasonably priced. He is VERY thorough to be sure everything works - admirable.x2, love it.
rnlabas, where did you order the lights for the Q3?
I have been looking for a source for my TT as well -- thinking about upgrading to European clear headlights with the LED strip on the TT too.
That price is pretty good - they might be Audi authorized OEM manufacture (there are some in China) but NOT Audi stamped, which could be just fine - the Italians (Magneti Marelli) make a lot of Audi parts like this and some are also available w/o Audi stamps -Roger -
In order to do this Mod, aside from the RoW lamps and the eCode change in VAGCOM,
Do you need the adaptor kit from Audi (P/N 8U0 051 444)?
Do you need anything else?
I found this and wasn't sure if anyone has any experience.
The vendor replied that the turn signal is yellow and the brake light is red.
Obviously a chinese knock-off. Price was $490/pair
If they ARE knockoffs, I tend to agree - however, you must realize that there ARE good quality items made in China also. The challenge is to know the difference. As I noted, VAG HAS locally produced quality suppliers for their cars made there. The quality of those parts are as good as any Audi has made for them anywhere else in the world. IF these are made by that OEM manufacturer, I wouldn't be at all worried about them...I've learned my lesson with buying cheap china made things, sometimes you're just better off with buying the real deal.