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    Convenience module.Audi liable?

    I have been having probs with flat battery.After no luck with Audi dealer i looked here for help.
    I was getting a horrible smell from A/C and problems with folding mirrors also.
    To cut a long story short i was pointed to the convenience module.Went back Audi who then said this was a known prob due to water laying in the batt area.
    They said they dried the area and the terminals wre not green so it should be ok.
    6 weeks have passed with no probs untill today?
    I have been advised by a friend to question Audi on the fault.I think there was a recall on certain models for this water drainage prob.The Main bealer today told me no recall was on my car model.He gave me Audi UK phone number.Do i have any grounds to question them with help on replacement?Any views or advice would be great.

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    the battery tray drain hole can block up, but that causes water to enter the car and pool on the passenger side floor under the carpets, where the convenience module is located. The battery tray area is not the place to check though, they should pull back the P/Side carpets and see if its soaking....
    B4 TDI - old skool project / daily driver...if it ain't broke, it's probably an Audi...


 

 

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