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Old 04-08-2009, 02:16 PM
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Hi, I searched everywhere on the f***ing web and in forums.

I saw numerous posts about "how to remove IC", but no one seems to "fit" mine.

My car is a '94 100 CSQ auto.

My IC is not digital, I have one with spinning numbers. I also remarked that is write "200C4" on transparent plastic. The bottom of the IC is impossible to pass the panel in it's center.

Do I have to go stronger on that and making it out?

TIA, your answers will help me to change the ignition switch and lights.

(My native language is French (from Québec, Can), feel free to answer in

Daily driver: Golf City 2007 mk4
Winter: Audi 100CS Quattro 1994, red painted (here with winter wheels)
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Old 04-08-2009, 03:11 PM
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I was just more angry, more tactical and jealous of those who succeded.

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Old 04-15-2009, 03:49 PM
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That's got 286K on you're odometer...I got 122k.....Now being unemployed...for me there is no new Audi in my zoom view, even to 300mm...........I've gotta keep it...great car mind you, my last car was an 87 300D and drove it to 412k, is why I bought German again..although my 80's Volvos usually ran 300k.....a lot to ask from Quattro....I love my ride...want it to last...............
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