FYI, new Brake Light Switch installation procedures - AudiWorld Forums. I'm not sure if this was posted but I wanted to make sure anyone switching out their brake switch knows about the new brake light switch install.
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Tech Articles. Vehicle worked on: 1999 Audi A6 2.8 quattro.
[Ed. This fix will ONLY apply to C5 A6 models] Disclaimer: This is a basic walkthrough of a repair I did. I am not a licensed mechanic. You may perform this at your own risk. Difficulty level: Not too difficult, only problems that should be encountered are alignment issues when reinstalling. Basic problem: Window operates slowly, wants to halt and go back down, etc... Fix: Replace plastic window guides, lube rails.
AudiWorld Tech Articles. RDS-TMC tuner fix - Kimmon wiki. IFInterface. TED RNSD. Audipages Installing CAN wires for the Navigation Plus Unit. Back to the Main Nav Plus Install Page Wiring the Instrument Cluster to the TMC If you would like the Nav Plus unit to communicate with the center console, wiring must be added from the TMC to the center console.
A TMC is required for this communication. First, remove the instrument cluster. Adjust the steering wheel as far out and and far down as it will go. Push in both covers in picture below and remove from instrument cluster. Push in covers to remove them, exposing hex screws. Remove the two 4 mm hex screws. Instrument cluster removed. The TMC wires must be attached into the Infotainment CAN wires. NOTE: I have verified the 00-02 schematics, I do not have the 03 schematic. Wiring diagram for Infotainment CAN wires at cluster. Cut the tie wrap at the 32 pin connector and cut back the insulation tape. Disassemble the connector by pulling the purple end cap down and off the green connector.
Disassemble the connector and you'll easily find pins 21 and 22. Immobilizer FAQ and troubleshooting for VW and Audi, with key replacement tips. This FAQ article describes how the immobilizer system works, how to replace the smart key in your VW or Audi remote, and troubleshooting steps/and how to bypass/delete the system.
The immobilizer is a theft deterrent system located in the instrument cluster, the main car computer, a radio frequency identification (RFID) transponder chip in the VW or Audi smart key, and an antenna at the ignition cylinder. You cannot do an immobilizer bypass with normal "car theft" tools so don't bother asking. If your VW is 1999 or earlier and sold in North America, it shouldn't have an immobilizer. If your car has the yellow car/key symbol on the instrument cluster when you turn the key to "ON", (shown activated below) it has an immobilizer. This light comes on for a second but quickly goes out when turning the car on and all is normal. 2010 and newer keys look like this. CAN L & H connection [Archive] - VW AUDI Forum - VWAF.
Disassembling Audi Navigation Plus unit. Mk7 Golf TSI & TDI - Observations and Questions - Page 56. Enable Traffic Information (TMC) on Mk7 Golf - VCDS tweakStep 1.
On "Select Control Module" option click "Select" Step 2. Select "5F-information Elect" Step 3. Select "Adaptation" Step 4. Audi A6/S6/RS6/allroad (4B) - Ross-Tech Wiki. Tech Articles. Background: I was getting a racing fan (sounds like a leaf-blower) at start-up on my 2002 1.8t.
Eventually, it threw a solid CEL, and the code pulled was 16502: Engine Coolant Temperature Cicuit, (G62): High. VW Passat Comfort Control Module harness repair. If you own a VW Passat, and also have some funky things happening with your electronics you probably have something wrong with your Comfort Control Module (CCM), or at the very least, the wiring harness.
If your Passat has these symptoms, in part or in full, you are almost certainly in for a rough time. Remote keyfob not workingNo electric windowsNo interior lightsFunky clicking noises coming from the passenger seat (RHD)General strange things going on with your electrics All of these things are controlled by a box called the Comfort Control Module (CCM) that sits in a box under the passenger floor panel (RHD). This box hold all of the key electronics that control all of the above functions.
Unfortunately for us Passat drivers, there is a bloody awful problem with water getting into the foot well of that car, and ruining your fancy control electronics. How to Repair the Comfort Control Module (CCM) for the Volkswagen Passat. Wait!
My Windows Won’t Go Down! This was our experience after buying a 1998 VW Passat, cheap. After doing some research we realized that the wires in the Comfort Control Module might be corroded, leading to electrical problems. 2003 Audi RS6 Brake Rotor and Pad Replacment Guide. Brake Job - RS6 Style Disclaimer:I'm not responsible for anything you do if you decide to read this page and then attempt to change your brake pads or rotors.
If you decide to change any of the braking components of your car, YOU are the responsible party. So, if something happens due to you thinking that this is an instruction manual, too bad. You're a grown person, you're responsible for yourself and if this is something you're not capable of doing, DON'T DO IT! Some people can use tools. After going through this proceedure on a dirty, brake dusty car, I realize that I should have washed it first, paying special attention to the front wheels and brakes, but alas, I didn't wash mine, so bare with me on the dirty stuff.
This is a basic guide to changing the braking components of an '03 Audi RS6 The Front End Tools Required: 17mm socket to remove and install wheels 10mm Allen driver. (3/8" drive works best) for caliper removal/installation Torque wrench that will do at least 100 lb-ft.