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Bruff
26-08-2017, 10:56 AM
Hi,
Newbie so please be gentle.
The local dealer have had my A7 for a week as the radio (and all sound) has been non-existent, failing or at best intermittent over the last couple of months.
After a few blind alleys they have now decided the radio control unit requires replacement at 1465. At not far off 10% of the value of the car that leave me feeling uncomfortable.
The car is still with them and they tell me the part number is V4F0 035 061 H.
I have looked for alternatives from breakers and the this number does not seem to exist. The most common number being 4G 0035 061 with either an I, J, Q, L or M to finish.
Would I be able to replace my unit with a part that has a different final letter?
My A7 is a 2011 3.0TDI Quattro if that helps.
Any advice gratefully received.
Thanks!

Bruff
26-08-2017, 11:54 AM
Update, I have managed to track down V4F0 035 061 H.
Is this just a simple swap out or will this require coding that can only be done by an Audi dealer?

damtom85
26-08-2017, 12:32 PM
You will need dealer to unlock unit, they need to remove 'component protection'

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morski
02-09-2017, 01:25 PM
Should be a 4G0 part number as the 4F0 is previous generation of A6 models. Open the left side cubby and theere will be a silver box under the amp unit with the part number on it It will have a white and black antenna connections on it so you know its the radio unit your looking at. Dont worry about the letter at the end.

craigyb
09-09-2017, 07:48 PM
Within reason any revision of the 061 will work, but it will need coding and unlocking by the dealership or someone with VAS/ODS online access.

1500 quid is excessive, replace the unit yourself and get Audi to just do the unlocking and coding.