So yesterday at 3:30pm I locked my keys in the boot, when I happened to be in Macclesfield about an hour and 20 mins from home (and the 2nd set of keys).
Its that bloody stupid autolocking boot. You know when you go solely in the boot then shut it it autolocks. I went in there for some stuff i'd left in, accidently left the keys inside and shut it!
I was in a nice hotel car park when it happened and bout 5 random people turned round to me screaming f**k and s**t for about 5 minutes.
Anyway I had to call out Audi Assist (RAC). I waited 2 hours and it wasn't an easy job either. He had to go under the wheel arch and try to open the bonnet. After struggling for about 20 mins he managed to do it. Then he had to wedge the door open and put a stick inside and press the down button on the window whilst I reconnected the battery. This takes the window down about 1 inch at a time.
Once it was fully down I went in through the window into the boot and got the keys.
Anyway job done, bar some light scratches above the window where he was putting in the metal stick. I wasn't happy about this, but they do make you sign a disclaimer. Should polish out I hope anyway.
Then on the way home, the car felt slightly different. I had my remap done by Pendle Performance and I felt as though I had lost the additional power. After driving for the rest of the hour journey back home it seemed to regain it.
Does disengaging the battery and reconnecting it a few times affect the remap at all or engage any safety features?
Anyway, moral, don't be a prat and lock your keys in the boot?
Hope this was useful.