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  1. MMI Control wheel peeling 
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    I've attached a pic of the control wheel in the center console. It's peeling and I'm wondering would it look better if I peeled it all off,is that easy to do,anyone done it?

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    You can get a replacement button.

    Look ok on eBay
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    Ok cheers,

    Is it easy replaced?

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    Fit for Audi A6 A8 Quattro Q7 Knob Cap Control Switch Multimedia Black&Silver | eBay

    I presume that it pops off might need a bit of prying cover the panel with a cloth to prevent marking.
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    With the large MMI button you can just peel the rest of the material off there is black plastic under the coating and it looks fine.

    Below is a picture of mine AFTER peeling the coating off:


    MMI Peeled.jpg
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffpuxx View Post
    With the large MMI button you can just peel the rest of the material off there is black plastic under the coating and it looks fine.

    Below is a picture of mine AFTER peeling the coating off:


    MMI Peeled.jpg
    Thanks Jeff,

    All I need is a spare few minutes alone in the car lol

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