Question about 1996 Audi A6
1997 audi a6 sat for a year. started with a junp and runs fine but will not restart without a junp even though gage shows full charge. Is this an alarm and/or remote problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the exact problem with my A4 2001 1,9 TDI but i just turned the car on, then first turned the steering wheel to the left as far as it goes, then to the right (i dont know if this is necessary but this is what i did). After i drove for few meters,the light went off and it worked normally.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
I TRIED THIS ALTERNATOR RED WIRE FIX TODAY,ALTHOUGH I DID GET IGNITION,WHEN I TRIED TO START IT BLEW A FUSE.ANYBODY KNOW ABOUT THIS.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
You will need to enter the anti theft radio lock code. I would check the manual for the operation. On my VW it was on a sticker in the truck. Also check with an Audi dealer for exact location.
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
If I'm understanding you the voltage the sensor is showing you is lower than specs. First check circuit for opens , resistance and shorts. Make sure sensor is getting correct voltage. If a-ok replace sensor.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
SOURCE: can i jump start an audi a6 2005
On the 2005 Audi A6 3.2 (6 cylinder) the battery is stored in the right rear trunk, under the trunk floor lid. Note: To jump start the car, you simply raise the engine hood, and look in the upper left corner of the engine compartment, just slightly below the plastic cover. There you will see connections that lead to the battery and are specifically designed for jumping (or charging) the battery. You will need to lift up gently on a reddish brown cover which is protecting the positive terminal. The negative terminal (black) is not covered.
Under no circumstances should you attempt to jump the battery directly. The battery could explode and you could get sulfuric acid on your face and in your eyes, which would be bad. Very bad.
Posted on Nov 01, 2011
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