Question about 1996 Audi A4
Installling a radio and someone cut the wires in the car
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Should be in your owners manual or in your glove box. If not the dealer will do this for your free of charge. And many honda for one has a place on their website to retrieve this info. It may require you pulling the radio to get the number on it so that they can retrieve this info. But I called a dealor for someone here last week and got them the code.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
Click this link for wiring diagram. If it is not your model let me know
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Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Hi, had total issues with this too! Your back speakers arent going because they are amped by the factory amp in the boot. You have to provide power to the amp so that it will turn the rear speakers on. This was a white and black striped wire in my car (Audi A3 1997) The rear speakers are blue /green and brown/red (left rear) , and the LH rear is brown/red and (forgotten colour) but the wire on the bottom left under those two brown/red wires on the 20pin harness. If you wire it all up like this then your rears should be going :)
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
Testimonial: "So sorry for the very long delay in replying to your advice. It was the sub/amp in the boot as you correctly guessed. Another £200! Many thanks Pal"
SOURCE: 1996 audi a4, no heat.
Sounds like your thermostat is sticking open, when this happens your coolant in your engine isn't given enough time to warm up and just cycles threw to your radiator, which cools the fluid not allowing it to get warm/hot. Thermostat tend to go bad, this is most likely your issue, just have your thermostat and gasket for your thermostat replaced too. Your looking at about 10 dollars in parts maybe 20 dollars in labor! If this helped give me a thumbs up please!
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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