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Old 01-26-2014, 06:46 AM   #1
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I bought my Q7 March 2013 and have been watching the rear LED lights on ebay ever since. Last week I decided to purchase them and yesterday I got round to fitting them. (My car usually is shiny clean but it's our winter and it was just washed a few days ago, though you wouldn't think it :O )

They arrived in 3 days from Germany
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I bought the full LED license plate lights as well, not the bulbs but the full unit as the bulbs wouldn't work for some reason.

I also have the LED indicator / side lights which I bought after seeing one of you posting a picture with them on your car

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Old 01-27-2014, 08:07 AM   #2
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Looks good - have you a link to the items you bought?

Was it simply plug & play?
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Old 01-27-2014, 09:29 AM   #3
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I just added the oem Audi led license plate lights to my 2011 Q7 (and C6 A6), no errors.
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Looks good - have you a link to the items you bought?

Was it simply plug & play?

Yeah no problem

I bought the front LED's last year from Hong Kong. They have came down in price a bit since then:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2x-LED-DRL...item1c37d78fde

The rears are from Germany:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1808614395...84.m1497.l2648

The fronts are simply plug and play, they have control modules for each side, the original plugs from the indicators and side lights plug in to these then there are wires coming out going into the LED's.

The rears are a bit more difficult but not too hard to work out. There is additional wiring and a control module. The original plugs plug into the control module and there are wires coming out to the LED's units. There is a plug adapter with blue and black wires, the license plate light plug goes into this then the other side back into the license plate module (must take an earth from this). Then there is a length of wire you need to route from the boot to the rear fuse box for a positive feed.
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A6 2.7t 01my 6spd Avant 51k miles - Sold Dec 2011 - Gone to Banbury
A4 2.0FSi SE 03.8 22k miles - Wifey's new one - the golf was not luxurious enough. Sold 30/08/08 - gone to Heathrow.
Golf Tdi 03.08 130pd, 6spd, 19k miles - Sold 8th November 2006 - gone to Coventry!
A6 2.8q 98.11 115K miles - sold 20th Feb 2006 - gone to Kidderminster.
100 2.8q 92.1 147k miles - Sold 6th July 2004 - its new home is Edinburgh
A4 1.6 97.8 99k miles - Sold 12th Feb 03
VW Golf Gti 86 22k miles 2.0 Oettinger 190bhp, lowered, lightened and quick and sold 23/03/08. Gone to Coventry.
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