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Can you please tell me where all the fuses and relay boxes are on the a4 audi cabriolet 2003 spec 3.0 lt

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Open the driver's door and look at the side of the dashboard (where the door mates up when it's closed). There's a funky shaped panel on the end of the dash - pull that off and the fuses are beneath it.

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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SOURCE: 2003 Audi A4 Cabriolet ...cooling fans come on at start up

Yes this car should have a temperature sending unit that tells the fans to kick on. If it has two fans one of them is for you Air-condiontion, and it will turn on whenever the ac is being ran. One other possibility is if you bought the audi used the owner before you may have hard wired the fan to run whenever the car ignition is turned on. The only reason someone would do that is if they were to lazy to fix it properly.

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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Hopefully you've gotten this answer already, but this might help someone else, too. The amplifier is behind the rear passenger trunk panel. You have to pull out the middle plastic piece that goes over the trunk latch, put the trunk luggage spacer up, and pull the panel out. There is a 12v outlet, domelight wire, and pop fastener, then just pull hard to get the 2 clips. I have a symphony 2 BOSE, and there is no subwoofer, but I think they are in the same place if equipped.

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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SOURCE: fuse box for 97 audi asap

Hi pojo_nz,The fuses should be in the same place as my 95 Audi A4,open the drivers door and look at the end of the dash right in front of you,there is a plastic cover,pull it off its just clipped on and you will find the fuses there.
Cheers Dom.

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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SOURCE: location of the audi a4 fuse box 2003

Driver's side at the end of the dashboard, a plastic panel "D shaped" between the door and dash. Pry off carefully if it's cold out.

Posted on Dec 28, 2009

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