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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Magicmart, Jan 9, 2013.

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    Hi all happy new year to u all as some of you know I got a audi 58 plate 2.0tdi s line just want to know if its normal when locking the car on key fob the hazard button remains lit for a while after its lock is that normal ?
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    Completely normal.
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    That's normal. Same thing happens with my 04 plate a3.
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    My 57 plate 2.0TDI does the same

    So probably normal.
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    i'd go as far as to say "irritatingly" normal since i'd rather it went off straight away
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    You probably don't need another "me too" - but mine does it too - 05 A3 1.6 FSI
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    I've not noticed but I feel like checking lol
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    It will also glow if your car is locked and you try and undo the boot using the tail gate button as it,s part of the alarm system and if your car is the same as my 58reg s-line you (if you leave your windows open after locking the car with the fob) can close them by holding down the lock button for 3 sec
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