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Stereo and interior light and central locking r not working

My Husband pulled the stereo out and we can not get power to the new stereo and the central locking and interior light do not work and i have tried turning the car on and running it for a while and i have checked the fuses and i am now at a loss

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Alot of new cars have the imobilizer in the stereo ,for you sake i hope he didnt chop off the old stereo plug ,he needs to refit the old stereo ,

Posted on Apr 09, 2012

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  • Kylee Apr 13, 2012

    thank u very much i get him to try it

  • Kylee Apr 16, 2012

    well it turns out that it was fuses and that is....it was in a yellow box thing under the hood....the only ones i didn't check

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    revheadpete May 04, 2012

    glad it wasnt something to bad ,cheers

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SOURCE: power locks interior lights &idle

The same thing happened to me...its a fuse under the hood under the black box.There should be a little yellow thing holding two small fuses...check those ok.

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looks like the battery. how old is the battery?

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

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SOURCE: 2005 Audi TT Master Fuse location

Had a similar problem audi come into my shop.  No headlights, blower motor would not work, wipers would not work.  After dinking around found ignition switch wires had burn't up.  Remove top steering column by taking out two very small philips screws from under column.  Look at top LH side of column w/ top cover removed.  Probably will find wires burnt up.  

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Radio, clock, interior light and central locking not working

sounds like your radio shorted out and posably burned up the wiring harness in the dash
go to local stereo shop have them pull radio and look for burnt wares once fixed replace fuse under dash

Posted on Jan 03, 2010

andrewcooper

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on the BMW there is an electronic control module that controls all of these functions, sounds like you have a problem with it. Check your fuses, if non are blow there are dealers on e bay that can repair it for around the £70 mark. I have a similar problem with my 3 series

Posted on Oct 27, 2010

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