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Under the car:
You will be able to open the hood if you pull off your splash guard and use a long long flat head screwdriver or something like that. You'll see the hood latch in front of the radiator with the cable attached to it at the top near the hood, put it on the drivers side edge of the bottom of the latch and pry to the passenger side, the lever moves from the drivers side to the passengers side, the cable basically pulls the top of it to achieve this. so your doing the same thing on the bottom with the screwdriver.

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Release the latch from underneath by the lever that you have to pry towards the passenger side. Then open the hood, and replace the safety release mechanism broken cable.

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Audi A4 Cars &... | Answered on Mar 15, 2019


Will the engine still turn over ? Does it have spark at the plugs ?

2004 Audi A4 | Answered on Mar 12, 2019


You didn't state the year but could be a couple of issues. First, could have have a cam jump 1 tooth and it is now out of time. Second, you could have a cam or crank sensor failing and they are not syncing. Third, you could have a pcm/ecm failure or issue. Did you get a reference code?

Audi A4 Cars &... | Answered on Mar 07, 2019


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2004 Audi A4 | Answered on Mar 06, 2019


It's an yellow warning indicator lamp. It lights when brake pads are weared. Now it's time to replace the used brake pads!

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2004 Audi A4 | Answered on Mar 05, 2019


YOU NEED REMOVE A LITTLE BRAKE FLUID FROM MASTER CYLINDER.THEN YOU RAISE VECHICLE SAFELY.SUPPORT IT WITH JACK STAND.MAKE SURE VECHICLE IS ON LEVEL SOLID GROUND.REMOVE TIRE OR WHEEL.THEN YOU NEED A LARGE C - CLAMP.PLACE C - CLAMP OVER BRAKE CALIPER AND BRAKE SHOE BACKING.TIGHTEN C - CLAMP JUST ENOUGH PUSH CALIPER PISTON BACK IN CYLINDER BORE TO REMOVE CALIPERS FROM ROTORS.TO REMOVE BRAKE CALIPER YOU NEED 2 OPEN AND BOX END WRENCHES ONE TO HOLD CALIPER SLIDE PINS AND THE OTHER WRENCH FOR LOOSEN CALIPER BOLTS.THEN YOU REMOVE CALIPER AND REPLACE FRONT BRAKE SHOES.IF YOU NEED TO REMOVE BRAKE ROTORS JUST REMOVE THE BRAKE CALIPER CARRIER SUPPORT BOLTS THE REMOVE THE BRAKE CALIPER CARRIER SUPPORT THEN REMOVE ROTOR.YOU NEED TO REPLACE BOLTS WITH NEWS AND USE LOCK TIGHT.THEN YOU PUT IN NEW BRAKE PADS IN CALIPER PUT CALIPER BACK ON SUPPORT CARRIER.REPLACE WITH NEW BOLTS USE LOCK TIGHT THEN TORQUE BOLTS TO 26 FT LBS.MAKE SURE MASTER CYLINDER COVER IN PLACE.WHEN YOU FINISH REPLACING BOTH FRONT BRAKE PADS PUMP BRAKE PEDAL TO SEAT BRAKE SHOES AGAINST BRAKE ROTORS SO YOU WILL HAVE FIRM BRAKES WHEN YOU APPLY THEM. THEN CHECK YOUR BRAKE FLUID LEVEL IN MASTER CYLINDER MAKE SURE ITS NOT LOW. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE FIRM BRAKES BEFORE DRIVING.IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS CHANGING FRONT BRAKE PADS YOU CAN GO TO ANY AUTO PARTS STORE AND BUY A HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL.

2004 Audi A4 | Answered on Mar 05, 2019


does it have a headcold??

Audi A4 Cars &... | Answered on Mar 05, 2019


It will depend on the part you need. New parts are always recommended. You could possibly use mechanical parts from VWs, SKODAs and SEATs as they all use the same parent company.

2006 Audi A4 | Answered on Feb 27, 2019


Some fixya user told me a website reliable-store it is very good.. I used it to repair my shredder it had some spark issue which wasn't easily fixed. you can go there and try

Audi A4 Cars &... | Answered on Feb 13, 2019


If it will crank over, it can be started. Only IF it is getting fire to the plugs AND fuel to the cylinders. What you can do is, have a spark plug wrench ready to remove the easiest to get to spark plug, crank ti over a few times like you'r trying to start it, shut the switch off and pull the spark plug quickly. IF the tip of the plug at the electrode is wet, it's getting fuel to start. Fuel delivery is fine. Now, before you put the spark plug back in the head, put the plug on the end of it's consecutive plug wire end, hold the electrode on the engine to ground it and have someone crank the engine over. If you see a spark happen at the electrode, your getting fire also. But for it to NOT start, one of the two have to be missing. If both are present, and still no start, then, it could be that the cold start mode from the computer is not engaging and not enough fuel to the cylinders. To check that, remove the wire plugged onto the temperature sensor and ground it to the block. Crank the engine and see will it start. If it does, you have a faulty temperature sending unit/sensor. You've now tried as much as would be any required start procedure and it should be running.

1998 Audi A4 | Answered on Feb 05, 2019


there should be 2 places where you can fill the gear oil and drain the gear oil they are most likely allen wrench fittings make sure you remove the filler one first because if you take the drain plug out first and cant get the filler plug out you are screwed.

Audi A4 Cars &... | Answered on Jan 16, 2019


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2006 Audi A4 | Answered on Jan 14, 2019


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Audi A4 Cars &... | Answered on Jan 14, 2019


Say Eliz make sure your radiator is full of antifreeze and make sure your over flow is at proper level.. If your low on fluid at all the heater will not get hot water to it to work properly .. this is a good start if it has been working in the past ... and thanks jerry

2002 Audi A4 | Answered on Jan 02, 2019


hi i need help with my audi a4 quattro 09 .. how do you change the belt tensioner pulley ? i been tryna look for the diagram but cant find anything..please help

2009 Audi A4 | Answered on Dec 17, 2018


First off, let's simply define the OBD-II Trouble Codes:
Yes, 18032/P1624/005668 are the three codes that indicate "MIL Request Signal Active."
So, what does THAT mean (in plain English)??? This means that Fault Codes are stored in the TCM. SO WHAT'S THE SOLUTION?
MyAirbags has a reset solution for 04-07 VW Jetta 1.8L/2.0L https://www.myairbags.com/product/vw-jetta-2004-2007-1-8l2-0l-ecu-ecm-pcm-repair/ as well as the VW Jetta 02-06 2.5L/2.8L
https://www.myairbags.com/product/vw-jetta-2002-2006-2-5l2-8l-ecu-ecm-pcm-repair/
You need to have the TCM reset to its original status. https://www.myairbags.com/how-it-works/ecu-ecm-pcm-tcm-unit-repair https://www.myairbags.com/engine-control-unit-repairs-ecu-faqs

Audi A4 Cars &... | Answered on Nov 21, 2018


Not a recall. Find a head in the junkyard and have the valves reground.

2004 Audi A4 | Answered on Nov 16, 2018


Yes. If you can enter through the trunk - open the bonnet, replace or recharge battery. Sorry I don't know that model or where the rear seat release is. But I hope this helps.
Mike

2004 Audi A4 | Answered on Nov 08, 2018


One non-electronic thing both lights have in common is the communal earth connection. It's nice if that is the cause (no real cost).
You might be able to test it - use a patch lead from the battery's earth terminal (-) to a good earth point on one of the light clusters. If it then works you know that the cluster is NOT otherwise getting a good earth.
Hope this helps.
Mike

2005 Audi A4 | Answered on Nov 08, 2018

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