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alarm siren

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Danny Cawsey, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. Danny Cawsey

    Danny Cawsey Cawsey

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    does anybody no where the alarm siren is located as my lights flash but there is no sound?
     
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  3. S3PEG

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    just above the near side rear wheel arch. Go in through the boot, lift out the central locking pump and you should see it underneath.
     
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    below your subwoofer in the left hand compartment of the boot
     
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    Mine needs replacing too :mad:
     
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    Yeap the batteries split & the acid seaps all over the pcb & fecks it right up, its one of the most common 8L issues tbh, the newer replacement is alot better, make sure you get a new nut with it aswell, as this has changed aswell & drill out a bigger hole in the fixing plate, job done.
     
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    Anyone got part numbers ?
     
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    No need, just give audi a buzz as they will know which one & buy it new, dont buy 2nd user, take my word for it as get 2yr warranty then.
     
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    Ok will do. I know the part chap at Birmingham Audi by first name terms now :( tut tut bad sign aye.
     

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