It's not just Audi. It's all modern cars. There is more software in these cars now a days than actually basic mechanical parts Haha. If one sensor doesn't like something then the car will spit the dummy [emoji1787][emoji1787][emoji1787]
My car was still under warranty hence why I went back to Audi.
I scanned mine with my VCDS and it gave me no fault codes. The only reason i found an issue i couldn't fix my self was by playing about on it and noticed that certain drivers where not installed when they should of been - I needed...
I hot mine wrapped by a company and changed the front grill my self (bumper off job) and changed the back badge to carbon fiber. This they badge was less that £10 on ebay.
I also got my rear lights tinted too and planning on dining my front ones in time.
I have also sprayed my OME front...
Well....car has been in at audi and the 5F (I'm sure that what they called it) component was corrupted and had to be replaced and installed again.
Took them 3 days to work it out as well Haha.
Thanks for your help guys
I have scanned the car and nothing. I'm still stumped.
I did notice while trolling through VCDS I got into my nav part and it says the controllers are not installed.
Could they have some how removed?
I did mine 2 weeks ago my self and tbh its the easiest set I've ever done.
You only need a couple of spanner (15mm and 13mm I'm sure for caliper (if not that's the rear)and 19mm or 22mm for carrier) 7mm Allen key. I'm sure that's all I needed.
I did my rear and front on same day so cant...
It's a 2016. So far I have put it back to factory setting, delete off my phone and reinstalled AA and still nothing.
What's concerning me is that its saying my bt is turned off and my nav is not active
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i am having major issues with the sat nav, voice commands, bluetooth, android auto and other parts of my MMI.
i have my sat nav installed, use my blue tooth for phone music and also use android auto every time i get in my car. but all of a sudden my sat nav system is saying its not...