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Where is the TCM module located in a 06 Audi A4 quattro 2.0T?

I have a bad TCM module and I don't know where is at, I looked on the passenger side foot well and I did not see it.

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  • Jorge I. Mar 01, 2012

    Had no choice but to take it to a shop to figure out where the TCM was located, I found out it's inside the ******.......bummer.



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