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Yes, you read correctly! We now have footwell LEDs for every single Audi model/trim on the market.

They come in bright clean white (brighter than OEM) - Red, white. Some models have multi-color and rear/front conversion kit. We made an easy to follow list - all you have to do is look to see what style you have in your car!




These LEDs are 100% dimmable through car's MFD (multi-function Display)
Works without errors
NO SPLICING
NO WIRING
Fits directly into the Audi OEM housing!


Halogen Model


Single Color (Clean bright white, red or blue):
http://deautokey.com/product/2pc-6-...fits-audi-models-with-the-194-wedge-footwells

Multi-color footwell Model (over 15 colors with a click of a button):
http://deautokey.com/product/remote...ing-footwells-plug-and-play-led-bulbs-194-921

NEW Rear & Front Footwell Conversion Kit (works if you have only front footwells):
http://deautokey.com/product/front-...l-volkswagen-with-194-front-footwell-housings


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Single Color (Clean bright white, red or blue):
http://deautokey.com/product/new-au...dels-that-are-equipped-with-oem-led-footwells

Multi-color footwell Model (over 15 colors with a click of a button):
http://deautokey.com/product/remote-control-color-changing-footwell-leds-fits-all-audi-models

NEW Rear & Front Footwell Conversion Kit (works if you have only front footwells):
http://deautokey.com/product/front-...olkswagen-audi-with-pin-style-footwell-boards


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Single Color (Clean bright white, red or blue):
http://deautokey.com/product/footwell-led-rectangle-black-pcb-4-prong-model-fits-many-audi-models


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Single Color (Clean bright white, red or blue):
http://deautokey.com/product/footwell-led-square-white-pcb-4-prong-model-fits-many-audi-models
 

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See why our interior LEDs are so popular!
-Fade in/out like OEM
-Clean white color temp
-WON’T stay dimly lit when your car is off
-No spotting with our lighting
-Our product has Frustration free packaging – every LED comes in an anti-static bag that is easy to open.
-All interior LEDs are labeled for each location (we don’t simply toss the same looking LEDs in a bag and make you figure it out). Our LEDs look different for each area of your car.

www.deAutoLED.com

-Choose from red white or blue footwells
Red is one of our most popular footwell colors for good reason:
Red has great night vision properties and many studies show that it reduces anxiety and stress.



 

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I don't think my 2013 A3 has footwell lighting. I'll have to look. I bought it used, but have never seen them turn on, if I have them.
 

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You don't have them. NA A3's didn't come with them. It was only an option in Europe. I had to add mine. Its not that hard and there are a few posts on this forum that will tell you what you need and how to do it.
Yeah A3 8P over here got short-changed badly on lighting, not even available as options. The following things we did NOT get:
-Footwell lighting
-Puddle lighting
-Mirror lighting (similar to puddle lighting but from the mirrors instead of the doors so it still illuminates the ground when the doors are closed)
-Door open LEDs (we have reflectors but no lights in there)
 

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So, are footwell lights dimmable via the dash/cluster light brightness wheel control? I've read a lot on this and other forums, and I don't think I have seen anything that mentioned dimming, other than it being possible to code so "brightness levels" be adjusted via the DIS. My 2011 Golf's were tied to the dash rotary control, giving true dimming capabilities. This car is older (2008), but why couldn't I just tap the wiring for that dash light dimmer for footwell lights??
 
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