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Audi Mmi Update Discs, 4f0 906 961 Ab, 4l0 906 961 H, 4f0 998 961 on 2040-parts.com

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Greenwood, Indiana, United States

Greenwood, Indiana, United States
Condition:Used

These discs will update your MMI software.  I used these on my 2004 A8 a few years ago.  I don't know exactly what all Audi models it will work on.  Do your own homework before bidding.  Update disc says A8, A6, Q7.  I remember the update was pretty simple and straight forward.  You can just google search and you can find the instructions easily.  Don't need these as I don't have the car any longer.  What you see pictured is what you get.  Selling with no reserve.  Shipping to lower US 48 only.

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