20 Most Recent 1993 Audi 100 Questions & Answers


Blower motor & resistor behind glove box

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Jan 26, 2018


Right. You have to remove the switch to hook up the charging hose

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Dec 15, 2017


Check the cam position sensor. A scan tool will show if its bad, but replacements are cheap on Ebay. It's located on the back of the engine, driver's side at the back end of the camshaft. A disc about 3" in diameter bolted on and a wire harness plugged into it. When this goes bad the engine cranks but won't start.

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Dec 15, 2017


under the passenger side floor panel. Directly below the glove box. Pull the carpeting back from under the dash to access the cover plate.

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Dec 15, 2017


I have a problem with my audi 500e firering

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Sep 23, 2016


Just had same issue on 93 S100 Audi took it to the dealer and found out it was the Brake switch. It tells the computer that you are Braking and computer sends a message to the transmission telling it you are braking and not to shift Go figure.. cost me $325 to diagnose and fix problem..

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Sep 21, 2014


Hello, usually the fuel cutoff switch is in the trunk...pop it and start looking behind the carpet on the sides of the trunk and you should find it...

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Apr 03, 2014


sounds like your fuel pump

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Oct 07, 2013


How do you know your battery is good? A common mistake is to assume that if the lights, radio, etc, work that the battery must be good. A lot more energy is required to start the engine than is required for the accessories. If your battery isn't in great shape it won't turn the engine over.

Assuming you've checked that. Can you describe what happens when you try to start the car? Is there ANY noise? Clicking sound maybe? Could be the starter if you hear a buzzing noise (or no noise, assuming you do have a good battery).

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Sep 06, 2013


Look for blown fuses, alternator condition, and check that all the wires leading from the alternator are still connected well.

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Aug 30, 2013


Baloney! Removing the center console is not difficult but it is beneficial to have step-by-step instructions. Seats do not need to come out but they do need to be moved fore and aft depending on access needs. The trickiest part is getting the console with leather sheath for the parking break off and out. Pull the parking break handle up, lift the console up and work the whole assembly forward and free from the PB handle. Pulling out left and right footwell ductwork is not hard. Putting it back in is a finesse action. German engineers have thought these things through and if something seems extraordinarily difficult, it's usually because you haven't figure out the recipe yet. Buy a shop manual and think it through before acting and you'll be surprised how easy it is. I'll be R&R'ng the heater core on the wife's car and will allow three hours start to finish. However, I've had the heater box in and out of the car for various reasons over the years. Allow six hours if first time. Hope this helps..

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Aug 11, 2013


if you do not know how to do it, I think you should take it to professional repairer.
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1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Jul 08, 2013


Sounds like a Transmission Issue

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Apr 15, 2013


What's wrong with your transmission? Are you looking to purchase one?

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Feb 15, 2013


If you've entered a bad code a couple times, you need to wait an hour while the radio and ignition are on. Then, turn on the radio, SAFE should be displayed. Then Press the FM1 button and hold it down, then while holding down the FM1 button, press and hold the AM buttons so that both buttons are held down simultaneously. Release the buttons. Now enter the correct code using the radio pre-set station buttons (one through 4). Button 1 changes the first digit in the code "1"000, Button "two" changes the second digit in the code 1"0" "three" 00, button changes the third digit, button 4 changes the last digit in the code. In most cases the first digit is a 1 and won't need to be changed. You push each pre-set station button multiple times to step through the digits (1-9) to get the correct code displayed.
Code 1246 would entered by pushing button "2" two times, pushing button 3 four times, and pushing button 4, six times.

After entering the correct security code, push and hold down the FM1 and AM button simultaneously as before until SAFE is displayed, then release the 2 buttons, and now the radio should now work.

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Jan 22, 2013


Did you change fuel filter???

1993 Audi 100 | Answered on Jan 05, 2013

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