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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by Jeffers76 » Sat Sep 23, 2017 8:34 am

Love the little handle lights they are nice been thinking bout something like that for a bit just don't have the skill or talent to pull them off

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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by brooneye » Sat Sep 23, 2017 9:28 am

Another great mod, your head must be buzzing with ideas on what to do next


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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by GaryHaggart » Tue Sep 26, 2017 8:53 pm

tommyzooom wrote:
Fri Aug 04, 2017 11:15 pm
Yes or no?Image

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Hi Tommy,
are these fairly easy to get off for painting?
Nice van by the way ;)

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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by tommyzooom » Tue Sep 26, 2017 10:48 pm

GaryHaggart wrote:
Tue Sep 26, 2017 8:53 pm
Hi Tommy,
are these fairly easy to get off for painting?
Nice van by the way ;)
Yes. There is a clip to release, either side of the scroll wheel, then a clip at the top through the slats

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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by GaryHaggart » Tue Sep 26, 2017 10:56 pm

Cheers for that, job for the weekend.

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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by tommyzooom » Sat Jan 13, 2018 11:16 am

Jobs for today..
Loom reduction, done.
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Still have all this wiring to install, aux heater, and heated seat loom courtesy of Stan. I'll leave stripping the seats to fit the heating elements for another day. Leather handbrake to fit too.
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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by dubber72 » Sun Jan 14, 2018 6:32 am

hi Tommy
Are you fitting Caddy Aux heater or Touran version. i have Aux heater in mine factory fitted and was looking into turning it into telestart but cannot seem to get any information about whats involved or can it be done even Webasto don't seem to know.

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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by tommyzooom » Tue Jan 16, 2018 11:41 pm

It's the electric ptc heater, not a water heater.
Superb though in the morning. A must do mod imo.

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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by tommyzooom » Tue Jan 16, 2018 11:46 pm

Heated seats coming along nicely...
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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by Bigrace » Wed Jan 17, 2018 5:48 pm

Tommyzoom. What's involved in fitting a ptc heater does it fit into the hvac assembly

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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by tommyzooom » Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:48 pm

Yes it fits into the heater box.
I followed THIS link, with a couple of differences...
I used heater 1K0 963 235 D, Seems identical to the E version.
I removed everything from a donor A3, so came away with all the oem wiring, bolts, and the cover. Therefore no cutting required. The wiring is a bit bodged in that link.

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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by tommyzooom » Wed Jan 17, 2018 10:34 pm

Updated list to date... :oops:

Bosal swan neck towbar
Sportline rear spoiler
Caddy Cross tinted rear lights
Colour coded rear handle and badge, led no. plate lights
Mk6 Gti hybrid front bumper, with gloss black details and splitter
Foglight adapter loom, resistors and led foglight bulbs
Ed 30 Black gloss/chrome front grill, with chrome details now green
Engine cover, with green lettering.
Ed 30 side rubbing strips
shortened Audi side skirts
mirror puddle lights
door exit lights
Leather multifunction steering wheel
W8 interior light, with led lights
4x flush leds in cargo area, wired to separate switch
(310 DAB radio) and roof mounted aerial, (now gone due to Nav upgrade)
ED 30 gloss black roof bars
garage door opener switch in centre console
caddy life centre console
side rail and cover
Scirocco seats, partial retrim in Vw camper fabric
Touran door cards, retrimmed in Vw camper fabric
Bulkhead carpeted, cab side
Rear fully carpeted inc roof
2nd 12v socket in rear
Gen Helios 19” wheels and 235/35 tyres
Eibach pro lowering kit
Tinted side repeaters
sunglasses holder
Front and rear mudflaps
Custom raised floor and drawer build, with led lighting
(US Jetta silver heater knobs), (now gone due to AC upgrade)
....with matching headlight switch and window switches
MDI media in device with usb stick
Footwell lights
chrome window and mirror switches
Heated washer jets
Touran seat bases with storage.
van-x glovebox lid
Auto light switch
Rain sensor, for auto wipers and lights
Coming home and leaving home lights enabled
Rain closing windows enabled
Tyre Pressure monitoring enabled
Oem alarm fitted, with chirp on lock and unlock
Rear badges in gloss black
Climatic Air conditioning retrofit
Green cluster needles fitted with sweep on startup
RNS 315 Dab Sat Nav fitted.
Electric auxiliary PTC heater retrofit.
Heated seat elements fitted
Rear footwell lights fitted
Touran leather handbrake, with silver button

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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by Beaker2135 » Wed Jan 17, 2018 10:40 pm

Great work on PTC, as usual :D 8)

Scary when you see it like that isn’t it :lol:
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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by Paul9616 » Thu Jan 18, 2018 3:47 pm

Tommyzoom have you any pics that you can post of your Audi side skirts as I may replace my bars with a set. I have heard that the S5 skirts are a direct replacement and don't require shortening?
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Re: My new caddy for 2014

Post by Caddyluv » Thu Jan 18, 2018 4:17 pm

Wow. Well done fella.


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