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  1. #1
    Active Member Two Rings
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    Problem help please

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    Hi, so i’ve bought an audi a4, 2000, swap with a 2001 2.7t.

    The po switch the dash ( a matter of color), and all the drivetrain.

    I have tu major problem

    First, is the abs system, not working,and not even communicating with vagcom. It probably due to the engine harnaiss having esp wiring, and having a non esp abs system originally on the car. Am i right?

    If yes, can someone send me the wiring diag?

    And the other trouble, i have a lot of connector in both kickpannel not connect, probably due to the dash swap, and i assume he switch the full dash wiring harnaiss?

    Can someone give me some input about that to?

    Thank you so much


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    Veteran Member Four Rings CELison's Avatar
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    These sound like questions you need to ask the previous owner.....

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    Established Member Four Rings JustManson's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by CELison View Post
    These sound like questions you need to ask the previous owner.....
    Seriously... reach out to the PO and see what they can tell you about the connectors.

    As far as the ABS you might want to grab a Bentley manual for all the wiring diagrams. Some can be found via google search.

    Good luck!


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