I've disconnected the battery and removed the plastic rain cover, but it appears as if the battery won't lift through without removing the trim and possible windscreen wipers and I can't believe that is the case!
You should check either - www.audiforums.com www.audiworld.com or www.audizine.com, register and search the forums, should be good info. also check under the battery, man audi cars have secondary brackets underneath to hold the battey in place.
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On the 2005 Audi A6 3.2 (6 cylinder) the battery is stored in the right rear trunk, under the trunk floor lid. Note: To jump start the car, you simply raise the engine hood, and look in the upper left corner of the engine compartment, just slightly below the plastic cover. There you will see connections that lead to the battery and are specifically designed for jumping (or charging) the battery. You will need to lift up gently on a reddish brown cover which is protecting the positive terminal. The negative terminal (black) is not covered. Under no circumstances should you attempt to jump the battery directly. The battery could explode and you could get sulfuric acid on your face and in your eyes, which would be bad. Very bad.
You will need the code to get it working. You may need Audi for this. Never disconnect the battery, or the alarm with trip on. Since it is frozen, I would try and remove the fuse, and reinstall it to reset the stereo. Then try the code.
I got lucky in my 2001 VW passat, when the stereo code was needed, but then the next day it started working by itself.
Dirt under the battery. Remove the battery-plate(metal) and clean up in the bottom hole. Beacuse of the dirt in the hole the rain water stand still and after a while the water start to find its way to the cabin of the car. You cant fix it in 5 minutes.
No Manual BUT I can tell you that All Door Pannels are attached By A Combo of SNAP Fasteners And Hidden Screws, Most Parts Stores Have the Tool Cor Pannel Removal"SNAPS" And If you LOOK VeryHard the Screws Can Be Found Some are Covered By Small Plastic Covers Witch a Flathead Screwdriver will Remove.
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This is a common problem with the C5 A6 models. Before you replace the fuse for the windows (I think it's number 14, but i don't have a manual in front of me - Anyway, it's the 10A fuse that's blown!) Look under the back of both front seats and you'll see a light that illuminates the floor for the back seats. Rem ove the light from each seat by prying it out with a flat screwdriver and disconnect both leads. Replace the fuse, and your windows (moon roof and interior lights as well) should now work. The lumbar support causes something to short out the lights. I've tried insulating the lights on mine, but the problem always comes back so I just disconnected them altogether.