- Jan 24, 2013
Any more mods?
Unfortunately you've got the wrong part number for the screenwash bottle cover to fit the TDI, you need 8E0 103 927 F.8H0 103 928 and 8E0 103 927 D Doesnt fit to my Seat exeo 2.0 tdi 143 the 8E0 103 927 D that fits near the coolant expansion and screen wash resivour there is a pipe underneeth the little over flow pipe which must be intercooler pipe thats in the way and wont fit around. 8H0 103 928 doesnt fit, fits in the gap but won't push down as braided hoses and clips coming from the fuel filter housing are in the way.
Fitted the scuttle panel and left with a gap on the top left looks like another cover should go there?
Anyone any ideas
Thanks for the reply ill order that other cover then thanks, how did you fit the ecu cover then as that will finish the scuttle panel off then as at the moment it looks half done because of that gap.Unfortunately you've got the wrong part number for the screenwash bottle cover to fit the TDI, you need 8E0 103 927 F.
For the top left over the ECU there is a cover that can be modified to fit, part number and pics of mine on this thread http://www.seatcupra.net/forums/showthread.php?t=415540&page=2. Costs approx £23.
Not fitted 8H0 103 928 myself, but Seafar99 has and posted a brief description of how he modified it to fit on the thread I linked to above.
ECU cover just needs to be trimmed down so that it sits flush over the existing ECU housing, it's pretty obvious what you need to cut off when you see the part. Then just glued a couple of sheets of packaging foam (like this http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/261829652520?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT) inside to pack it out.Thanks for the reply ill order that other cover then thanks, how did you fit the ecu cover then as that will finish the scuttle panel off then as at the moment it looks half done because of that gap.
There the Exeo is based on the Audi A4 I was actually wondering what modifications and/or original Audi parts have been added to the car by the Exeo owners here.
Here's my list of modifications so far:
1. LED interior lighting
Bought this recently from BlueCars.net in France. The bulbs for the reading light above the rear seat were of the wrong type but BlueCars sent me new ones.2. Ambient LED light front
Part needed: 8E0919063A (GBP 11,00)
Tools needed: Torx screwdriver no. 15 and a drill.
Description (german): http://a4.scirocco-5v-turbo.de/beschreibungen/innenleuchte/innenleuchte.html
3. Grocery bag hooks in trunk
See here.4. RS4 pedals
Parts needed for 1 hook:
1x Hook : 6Y5867615
2x Screw: N10656902
2x Nut: N90156103
Tools needed: Torx screwdriver no. 25
You can install 2 hooks in the trunk. These hooks have a spring so they fold up when there's no weight on them.
Description (spanish): http://clubseatexeo.com/foro/index.php?topic=2228.0
The original Audi RS4 pedals.5. Plastic covers engine compartment
Part Number / Description / Price
1. A8E2 819 422 AO 1C - Battery Cover £5.17
2. A8E2 819 447 01 C - Scuttle cover £12.60
3. ABH0 103 928 LHS - Air con Cover £13.42
4. A8E0 103 927 D0 1C - Fluid bottles cover £13.42
Items 1 and 2 are a must have. Read here why you need these.
6. Rubber gasket around engine compartment under bonnet
Part no.: 8E0823731B (GBP 15,00)
This rubber seal will prevent dust/sand entering the engine compartment.
7. Chrome Fog Light Trims
Part numbers (VAG):
Price: less than GBP 10,00 each.
See here on clubseatexeo.com: http://clubseatexeo.com/foro/index.php?topic=3696.0
See also here: http://www.seatcupra.net/forums/showpost.php?p=3562814&postcount=53
8. Audi RS4 (B7) Rear Anti-roll Bar
Part Number / Description (qty) / Price (to follow)
8E0511409AL - Rear Stabilizer Bar
8E0511327B - bushes x2
8E0511439 - clips x2
N10127706 - bolts x 4
DIY install guide, courtesy of Audizine:
9. Auto Opening of Boot
1x Hinge, right: 8E5827301H (GBP 26,--) [pos. 5]
1x Hinge, left: 8E5827302H (GBP 26,--) [pos. 5]
1x Cover, right: 8E5971822C (GBP 2,65) [pos. 9]
1x Cover, left: 8E5971821C (GBP 2,65) [pos. 9]
2x Spring: 4F5827665A (GBP 13,-- each) [pos. 26]
2x Gas spring: 8E5827552K (GBP 21,-- each) [pos. 22]
(all above part numbers are from Audi, see drawing below for position reference)
See this YouTube move: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEVGrkjJWCQ
See post #37
10. Ambient LED light rear
1x 8E0 947 111 A 9NQ (silver), or
1x 8E0 947 111 A 8C1 (torrone beige)
Ambient LED unit:
1x 8E0 919 063 A
See for more information here: Link
11. 12V socket cap with chrome ring
Part no.: 4L0 919 311 (less than GBP 5,00)
Would like to know the same myself plus the seal as there seems to be various different part numbers referenced both here and elsewhere online !Does anyone have a list of part numbers for the uk in ref to the above panel, bottle covers ( passenger side of the engine bay ) and the bonnet seal as the first set are old now and look to be from the lhd car.
That’s the part number which is on my Audi invoice when I bought my covers and it’s looks just like the one in the picture.Struggling to find this part. 8E2 819 447 01 C seems to be for smaller scuttle cover, not the whole width cover.
Cheers mate. Ebay turns up the pollen filter with that part number. Off to TPS I go.That’s the part number which is on my Audi invoice when I bought my covers and it’s looks just like the one in the picture.
The other part numbers on my invoice:
8E2 819 422 A0 1C. Battery cover
8E0 823 731 B Engine bay rubber gasket
There not cheap parts considering it’s just plastic and rubber from the top of my head it was around the £70 mark but I did buy them direct from AudiCheers mate. Ebay turns up the pollen filter with that part number. Off to TPS I go.
Don't suppose you have the total price on that invoice do you?