Question about 2006 Audi Q7
Ok, so where do I begin.......firstly, intermittant probs with the rear washer pump (no water coming out), this problem i've had for a year and Audi keep 'replacing fuses'! But more importantly, SatNav has crashed, CD changer jammed, Bluetooth not connecting or working at all, radio working intermittantly (cuts of every couple of secs), bulbs showing as out, when they're not, NOTHING WORKING ON THE MMI System whatsoever, only had the car 14 months, CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP!!! Audi's attitude is 'these things happen', WHHHHATTTTT!!! I've paid £32,000 of my own savings for a car, for it to malfunction monumentally a year on - I dont think so! Any experts that can help me out there........???
I'm not sure if I have any good advice for you, but my 2007 Q7 4.2 is having the EXACT same MMI issues. Nothing works. The radio is stuck on one satellite channel and cuts out every second. No nav, no CD, not bluetooth. Audi is saying it is MY fault. That I spilled liquid on the instrument panel and dial. That DID not happen, so we are now in the "prove it" stage.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
You need to change your telephone unit which is under the drivers seat jst to make sure jst disconnect and see if cd starts workin mine is fine waiting for replacement Tele unit
Posted on Apr 23, 2012
My friend has the same problem with his audi, i recommend fixing it and getting rid of it. These cars/trucks are very problematic you might much better luck with japanese or even american cars.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
The rear wash nozzle becomes clogged via corrosion from within the rotating feed tube in the motor housing itself, you can by a repair kit (£40.00) or a complete unit for about £59.00 fom ebay, if you continualy try to action the washer on the rear wiper and it can't get out due to a blockage, you may have forced one of the joints feeding the washer to leak or 'pop' its join, this pipe runs the full length of the car and you may have smelled the washer fluid within the car shortly after if this is the case. if this has happened then water damage to any one of the many control modules may have occured, you will need a diagnostics scan to highlight where the problem lies, another issue with ealier models was that the sunroof drain pipes would leak at their joints and water would make its way into the amp in the rear quater, this would also cause the issues you describe, there was an Audi campaign to remedy this many years ago.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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