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i think i short circuited my Central Convenience Control Module???

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by ForthRightAfter, Jan 7, 2008.

  1. ForthRightAfter
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    ForthRightAfter New Member

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    [Jan 7, 2008]
    i was installing the Audi OEM Bluetooth Kit last night. i was putting together the glovebox when all my interior lights flickered.

    problems im having now.

    interior lights wont come on.

    power window switches wont work

    remote control doesnt function.

    i can lock or unlock doors using the unlock buttons.

    im looking for other things that wont work but mostly all electrical.

    could it be that i short circuited my Central Control Convinience Module?

    if so where is it located so that i can take it out get a part number and get a new one.

    or could it be something even more simple than that.?

    i tried using my VAG Com but when i go into option 09( cental Electronics)its telling that it gets no response.

    please let me know what anyone thinks.
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    Issac Hunt Active Member VCDS Map User

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    [Jan 7, 2008]
    Blown fuse? Wrongly connected BT kit? If all fuses are good then try disconnecting whatever wires you added for the BT kit. Are you sure you connected the correct wires to CAN H+L? If you cross connected any wires this will cause you all sorts of problems!

    I wouldnt buy a new cent. conv. module before doing some more diagnosis - it will be very expensive!
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    J7USS Shuddup Foooool!!

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    [Jan 7, 2008]
    :ohmy: ouch!

    hope its a simple connection for your sake.
    fingers crossed mate:icon_thumright:
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