20 Most Recent 2003 Audi TT Questions & Answers

Use the manual release. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uccevm8QvTQ

2003 Audi TT | Answered on Aug 16, 2019

The battery is probably exhausted as they do not like to be completely flat and hate high current charges.

2003 Audi TT | Answered on Dec 19, 2017

Usually when you go to any Audi garage, they will plug a computer to your car to diagnose the problems. You should get a list of what should be done on your car. sometimes after changing the fault part you can still have a light management on, in that case they'll have to reset the default log of the car.

2003 Audi TT | Answered on Aug 31, 2016

spray the lock with WD40 and try gently when all else fails call a local dealer .

2003 Audi TT | Answered on Dec 20, 2015

The pumps are likely for the headlight washer nozzles which protrude when in use and retract when not.

2003 Audi TT | Answered on Sep 02, 2014

Go to Audis online site, then to parts. There will be a schematics available for the transmission parts and location

2003 Audi TT | Answered on Aug 29, 2014

That's a very odd thing to replace. The tube probably has a single support bracket holding it in place, and probably one o-ring sealing it low on the engine block. Unbolt the support bracket, and work (rotate) the tube back & forth while you pull it upward. I'd advise cleaning that area of the engine block really thoroughly first, so dirt doesn't fall through the hole down into your motor oil.

2003 Audi TT | Answered on Jul 30, 2014


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Sounds like you have an alternator problem. The alternator may have gone bad due to non use. Some parts inside may have rusted out and got damaged. Better bring your car to your local mechanic and have the alternator checked.

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2003 Audi TT | Answered on May 11, 2014

i would get the OBD codes read by a mechanic as this should pinpoint the sensor/switch that is causing the problem

2003 Audi TT | Answered on May 07, 2014

the sensor needs to be replaced intermittent means its on it way out clear it first to see if it will come back

2003 Audi TT | Answered on Apr 16, 2014

I would try a new relay anyway sometimes they will route the circuit through different points of the relay. I also would check the up/down switch itself to make sure it is working on both sides I had the same problem on a window switch for a car I was working on. Just because one side of the switch works doesn't mean the other side does. If the relay and switch are both good then I would switch the wires on the up/down switch to see if it functions then you are basically checking the continuity of the switch again but this time you will be able to tell if the switch is able to handle the amperage also required to operate the motor. You can read 12 volts

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