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You don't need to replace the whole ignition unit - you need to just renew the electrical connection / unit on the back end of it...
This is the part that has the spring mech in it.
If you look at your old unit - you can see that this small electrical piece is held on by tiny screws - one each side...
If you just remove the screws, the piece will come off --and then you fit up the new one and replace the screw..
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Ok... can you tell me exactly which model this Audi is please?
The neg feedback was wholly undeserved. I told you there were screws holding the electrical section on.... you have to do a little bit yourself you know...like look for them.
Too -because of what I told you - you have cured the problem - which was the desired result.
Im afraid -contrary to what some people may think - I do not live here on the computer...but I gave you sufficient enough information to sort the problem out... even as you have done...with a little thinking added. All we can do is advise - we cant do the job for you Im afraid.