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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Find where your fuel pump relay is and check for power there. Most alarm tech's and alarm system dis engages the fuel pump at there relay's.
Simple things to check is the fuse first then go for the relay and if everything there is working properly, it could be your alarm may have gone bad or your fuel pump it self.
Good luck and hope this helps
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
De-Arm your vehicle, Dont know how go to a dealership and ask one of the staff to explain how. If its factory installed press unlock twice, if you have factory sterio follow instruction in manual for de-arming the system. check OBD1 for trouble codes(easy) email me if you dont know how. Last resort if you havent already, disconnect positive on battery for 1 minute, you will have to de-Arm your vehicle upon reconecting the battery.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
SOURCE: hi audi a8 v reg
lock and unlock from the drivers door. if that does not clear it then you need to get the key fob reset to the immobiliser system which is actually in the instrument cluster. this is done with an audi scanner or VAG software. not nice!
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
have you checked the distributor cap and rotor because the spark has to come from these two things first and should be replaced when they get bad so please make sure when you check the distributor cap that you use a permanant black marker on the side of distributor cap and where it was placed at so you know the same place you took it off. If you take off the distributor cap and it shows the connections inside showing black on them that this is your problem and all distributors get bad because they become worned out by the rotor inside wear. If the distributor and cap are clean or do not have any black stuff on them that it could be the coil that went bad too so its a trouble shotting by looking at first the distributor cap and rotor. If you know how to use a multimeter and have one handy that you can check how much voltages is coming through the spark plug wires.
Posted on Jun 09, 2011
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