Having strayed from Audi once or twice I always find myself going back there!
Picking up a new A4 S-Line a week Monday, counting down the days!
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Only ever been charged once when I took a Jeep Cherokee in for recall work, £20. Otherwise it's always been complimentary but the jeep was 15 years old when I took it in so they knew I'd never spent a penny with Jeep whereas other dealers the cars have come from them.
IMO if you bought the car...
If the window works when you press the passenger switch but not he drivers side then I'd guess it's a switch.
Two posibles here;
window goes down but only with passenger swith not drivers side switch - this is likely a switch fault, pop it out and buy a new one pop it in, £20 if that and it's...
My theory is as follows
Put single din concert in glovebox
Run aux cable to tablet
insert double din cage if not already
Put tablet in cage and use a double din facia plate to hold tablet in, no need for a custom bracket
Job done, you just play everything from tablet to original concert, so you...
Yeah, I'd probably take it to a garage or find a local handyman (there's one in essex that advertise' on ebay). They'll tell you the problem for small fee then you can decide if it's a DIY or garage job
Sell the RNS, don't put either in.
Get a tablet, for £200 you could fit a nexus tablet into your car that has a million more miles functionality compared to any RNS.
I was going to do this but then my Audi went bang, thinking about it I might buy an Audi A4 just to play about with, something...
Audi audio is notoriously annoying, rear speakers and front speakers might be wired differently, and BOSE systems are even worse. You'll end up attacking lots of different wires. I'd contact halfords or a local audio specialist and ask for an all in price including fitting, might be a bit more...
possible tilt sensors
Best thing to do is do a full cycle of your roof manually, ie open it and close it again, or close it, open it and close it again and that will reset all sensors, should work then.
If that doesn't work it could be mechanical failure, in which case diagnostics will be needed
Anyone had experience of terraclean? Basically disconnect fuel, connect this cleaning agent and run the car, it's supposed to break down all deposits and keep the engine running super smooth and lower emissions.
Saw it on WD, and thought if I ever have an old diesel I'd give it a go
Depends on your driving style, what you want the car for, what would you do with money elsewhere etc etc.
My A4 2.0 Fsi just blew up, and I was going to go down the route of buying another Audi, 2005ish model or so, but after thinking about it and crunching the numbers I've opted for 13 plate...
As Calum says, the key disarms the immob once it is in the ignition.
My key's battery died and whilst I was being lazy and picking up a new battery I had to unlock the car with the key in the door, if I didn't put key in the ignition the alarm would've sounded within about 30 seconds or so...
Yup, written it off and picked up the Leon yesterday, it's a wonderful car! She'll be a good commuter.
B6 S4 could well be on the cards by the end of the year as a weekender, if I don't buy another motorbike haha!