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Yes, it is!The Data Link Connector (DLC) - car diagnostic plug is placed on back side between driver and passenger seats, on bottom back side of armrest under a plastic cover of ashtray. Under cover near back ashtray is a small plastic cover hidding DLC.
The Data Link Connector (DLC) - car diagnostic plug is placed on back side between driver and passenger seats, on bottom back side of armrest under a plastic cover of ashtray. Under cover near back ashtray is a small plastic cover hidding DLC.
HAVE THE SECONDARY AIR INJECTION SYSTEM CHECKED OUT.TO MAKE SURE ITS ELECTRIC MOTOR PUMP ASSEMBLY VACUUM VALVE SOLENOID COMBINATION AIR SHUT OFF CHECK VALVE AND TUBING IS INJECTING FRESH AIR TO EXHAUST MANIFOLD.CHECK IT FUSE AND RELAY.GLOW PLUG LIGHT.COULD MEAN A FAULTY GLOW PLUG FUSE OR RELAY PROBLEMS.
Nope - once you have the trim panel off and can unbolt the CC head unit, just slide it out, unplug the connectors, plug in the new unit, and reassemble. Nothing more to it than that - no diagnostics, codes, or setup needed.
get it plugged into diagnostic equipment that way you can see what clutches are being used and what power is being used by the solenoids if the oil was low it would have run hot and that is not good news for auto boxes
I did some research, and was amazed at how many locations are used by Audi. No wonder u can't find it! Go to ross-tech.com click on info, then scroll down to DLC Locations. Hope this is what u need, if not , let me know. countrycurt0