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: Symphony II: 8E0 035 195 A vs Q vs H?


kgiessler
10-05-2011, 03:50 PM
Anyone privy to the differences between these model numbers?

The Symphony II model number always starts with 8E0 035 195.

A and Q have the RDS button. H has SAT instead.

I believe Q is used in the convertible and the avant; but I can't tell what makes it different than the A that would justify a different model number.

Any other differences between the three?

Thanks in advance.

kgiessler
10-05-2011, 08:25 PM
Well, the confusion gets even worse.

I've now figured out that 8E0 035 195 isn't the only model number for the Symphony II. It appears that is the model number scheme for Symphony II's from A4's and some A6's?

In addition, many Symphony II's from A6's have model numbers of the format:
4B0-035-195 . Some have J suffix, some have L. I can't figure out if there is a difference between them, or what model cars they go to.

They all appear identical. Man this is confusing.

Bottom line is I have an 8E0 035 195 Q because I have a cabriolet. It is hard to find and more expensive.

I'm wondering if I can replace it with an 8E0 035 195 A because they are so much more available and cheaper.

kgiessler
10-12-2011, 02:44 PM
I was unable to find much information regarding the letter suffix on these model numbers.

On another forum I found a single person who said it was an indication of the year of manufacturer and there are no other differences.

Nonetheless, I tried an A in my cabriolet and it functions the same as the Q.

vtraudt
01-06-2013, 06:17 AM
Maybe someone with ETKA or similar can provide a list with
part number
application (year/make/model)
technical differences or comments

for the Symphony 2

I know the A4 version does not fit the A6.
But is A6 the same as Allroad?