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clicking from behind dash

glenandem Sep 29, 2012

  1. glenandem

    glenandem Active Member

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    hi guys,noticed last night theres a weird clicking noise from behind dash,thought it was the cd changer so removed cartridge and it wasnt that, im thinking now is it something to do with the climate control maybe a motor trying to move a heater flap or something?
    anyone else ever come across this?
     
  2. Unfortunately the only advice i can give is get used to it.... its one of those tiny gremlins of these cars, i dont think there has been a definitive fix for it... but your right it is to do with the climate control motors,
     
  3. stu_m

    stu_m Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    Mine used to do it all the time till I stripped the motor cleaned it out and sprayed it with wd40 did a flap reset with vcds and its been fine since
     
  4. simon.m

    simon.m Active Member

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    yep nothing you can do about it mine has done it the hole time iv owned it i dont hear it any more only when my dad or some one is in the car and points it out lol starting to think audi are slipping to be fair with there little common bits and bobs that mess around or the peeling of the buttons and stuff but thats just me ;-)
     
  5. glenandem

    glenandem Active Member

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    cheers guys,i'll just turn the radio up for now!!!
     
  6. pauldazzle

    pauldazzle Well-Known Member

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    Get it read for codes, & I'm sure you'll find a faulty climate control flap motor.
     
  7. munchkincoupe

    munchkincoupe Member

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    Is that an expensive fix?
     
  8. marktdisport

    marktdisport Active Member

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    I'm sure the motors around 100 quid each when I last priced them up ?? About 12 months ago and I was going to change the 3 but give it a miss lol...
     

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