Audi TT MK1 – Cluster replacement


Hey fellow folowers,

It’s winter time in Quebec and my TT will be stored for months. So I’m taking a few weeks to make tweaks and simple repairs in the heat of my garage.

Upgraded audio (double din radio) and cluster repair. I’ll post pics of where I am with this later in this post but I simply wish to let you know how to repair your instrument cluster.

Mine was faulty and replacing the complete instrument cluster ($2,200CAD) was not an option. Instead, I chose to simply replace the cluster for a cost of about $99.

Here’s what it looked like:

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In order to get there and replace my radio for a double din, I took half of the dashboard out! But refer to this video to remove the instrument cluster only.

How to remove the instrument cluster form an Audi TT – Video

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Once removed, you need to open the cluster and desolder it.

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Make sure you order the right cluster! In the picture above, you see the original one (OEM p/n: D1560TOB) and notice how the soldering needs to be done of the left. The first cluster I ordered was the wrong one and was aligned in the center. See below.

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If you wish to see how it’s done, have a look at these two videos:


Now I am doing this at the same time as adding a double din radio which is the topic of another post to come. Here’s where I am.

See you!
Andre

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About andre-martin hobbs

I started this blog just recently because I have so much fun modifying my MK1 TT... that I need to let the world know! And it's also a good reference when looking back at my mods. Ciao for now! Andre
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2 Responses to Audi TT MK1 – Cluster replacement

  1. Thats so cool man LOVE your TT have a look at my youtube channel I’m planning on showing the TT community how to do simple tweeks/ maintenance!! btw i would’ve kept the single stock radio lol

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