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post #11 of 33 (permalink) Old 03-14-2019, 02:22 PM
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Wow! Very cool, and easier than thought. I wouldn't mind them added to my '18 (?), if possible.

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Good job! And just to be clear, you swapped the paddles over and the switch assembly was ready for them in the car already, right?

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Great job! Coming from a world of VW where people add options their car didn't come with all the time I knew this had to be a possibility on the Alfa.

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Good job! And just to be clear, you swapped the paddles over and the switch assembly was ready for them in the car already, right?
Yep. It was plug in play essentially.
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Ido not, but I assume the dealer could look them up easily for you.
Great, have you got the ebay link for cowl? it's very hard to search this part, i tried to search on ebay many times and no any parts match.
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Fantastic work. BTW are you in North America? Done issues with the proxy alignment reset running in some cars and wanted to know if your prices worked because you're in Europe.

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Ido not, but I assume the dealer could look them up easily for you.
Great, have you got the ebay link for cowl? it's very hard to search this part, i tried to search on ebay many times and no any parts match.
This is the one I picked up,

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F273247752445

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Fantastic work. BTW are you in North America? Done issues with the proxy alignment reset running in some cars and wanted to know if your prices worked because you're in Europe.
I am in North America.
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So do you know the part number for the Lower Cowl Part and the part number for the cheapest Steering Column Switch with the paddles? I really appreciate the support knowledge you give the forum, THANKS.
The lower cowl has part number 6CV10LXHAA. As for the cheapest stalk assembly with paddles, I would guess 6KD43LXHAA, but I don't have access to parts pricing, so please check with your dealer.
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