Question about 2006 Audi Q7
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just saw your posting. Yes, It could be a fuse, a 10amp interior light fuse BUT... I had to replace the Central Locking Control module which toasted first... I had the 3 open door, no working lights/windows situation too...
The problem seems to be in the main cabin light which has the 3 way rocker switch. Turn this off (depress the side on the driver side of the car (US)). Check the 10 amp fuse for the interior light. If it is burnt, you are OK if its not, you need to replace the Central Locking module. ~$200 US
I still have not replaced the cabin light module where I think a short is. If I replace the fuse in question, and turn the cabin light on, it "pulses" for a few minutes and then cooks the fuse.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
PULL DOWN THE FLAT PANEL IN THE SUNROOF MOTOR AND WIND IT CLOSED BY HAND USING THE KEY IN THE TOOLS....
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
Testimonial: "Seems an excellent solution - will try tomorrow in the workshop."
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