You need an adapter , depending on what OEM head unit you have but will be similar to this
Sorry to hear that 'no one is talking to you'. Disappointing for you, and forum to hear your comments. OK , your comments are real and meaningful, and you could well be correct in your analysis that ..... (Your) ..'questions are too technical for this forum,?????...'
I'm sure you will appreciate John that this (and no doubt many other forums) are followed and responded to by amateurs, who's knowledge will very often be limited to experience of having dealt with a specific problem in the past. I don't think we are blessed with too many actual current-hands-on Audi technicians - unfortunately.
Technical questions are sometimes just that, and can be testing for those trying to help, and it would seem from your questions that you may be possibly more clued up on some of this modern technology that the folks on here, so the chances of gaining free advice in an extention of your knowledge - may be rather slim. Unfortunate in your cases, but seemly you have a valid point.
A couple of things I would point out:- I think SteveQ is correct when be welcomes new posters on hear by saying that contributors are generally friendly. All I can add to that is that I think the majority of responders genuinely try to be helpful - if they can! The good folks who 'run' this forum do so 'freely' and without reward. Personally, I think they aim to do the best they can with what they have.
Finally Steve - as I said- I get the impression that you are generally clued up on the type of question you ask, and I think the forum would benefit from your input to perhaps help others who are not do knowledgeable. It's the potential for assistance from the likes of yourself which keep this going.
Having carried in too long, I'm going to forget about problems and just enjoy the day. Off now to a nice drive in the classic car to a friendly show in my home village.
Have a good day Steve,
p.s. Apologies - no time to check to check for typos.
I wonder where the location points are to put my axles (front and rear) . There are various locations were I could guess I could put them, but I am a little nervous if I put them in the wrong position.
The axle has a 'U' apature so cant fit on the pinch points.
Any help would be appreciated (especially pics)
Hello Steve (Sheffield),
Front or back? Mileage?
I too agree with Steve - it would be unusual for a bearing to become noisy on a car of this age unless the the mileage is high for the year. (say>100K). Having said that, we thought we were experiencing rear wheel bearing noises on an A3 at around 90k, but in fact the noise was due to tyres ( premium brand) wearing to slight flatting points as they approached 4mm remaining thread.
Perhaps you could let us have some answers to the questions, and no doubt someone can advise from there.