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Quick question anyone know what this buttons for?

Discussion in 'RS4 Forum (B5 and B7 Chassis)' started by andi1, Aug 15, 2011.

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    Quick question anyone know what this buttons for?


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    its located just in dashboard when fuse box cover is removed on drivers side.
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    It's not an Audi fitted button, so it could be anything.
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    Is it a tracker
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    its a fuel cut off button, it turns offthe fuel in a crash.
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    Warp speeeeeeeeeeeeeeed ! ! ! ! !
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    Sometimes seen something similar for a radar detector + jammer. Check your front bumper, behind the grills....
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    My moneys on it being tracker got simular in our trucks
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    Has curiosity got the better of you yet? Have you pressed it? :p
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    It looks like an inertia switch, which would cut fuel or engine in the event of a major jolt, as often fitted to Caterhams etc.
    Example from something that's clearly not an audi: here
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    Fuel cut off switch
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