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  1. A4 B7 Wheel Security Stud Key 
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    Hello everybody,
    I have an A4 B7 from 2007.
    the tyre fitter seems to have fancied my wheel security stud key, and kept it. (yes i know, i shudda changed for studs years ago......long fingers n all that.)
    i bought a set on ebay, but while it fits, its a poor fit and soft quality and is slipping now.
    I took said key to audi to order one.
    of course NOOOOO, CANTTTT, WONTTT featured alot.
    i said could you show me the box od master keys and ill select the one to order, (50).
    They want me to bring in the car (130 mile journey). Not sure they understood the lack of the third wheel!
    If i post a pic does anybody know how i could odtain the fabled part number?
    Thanks in advance.
    Din.
     
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    Is there a number or letter on the one you have that fits? That should lead to a part number. For example 4F0698139C 801 is "A" in one of the ranges from that era through to ... 820 being "X" (with I, K, O and U left out).
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