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Location of electrical fuses in Audi Q7. There are four places in which fuses are located in your car.
Checking for burned fuses is a first diagnostic step when troubleshooting any issue with electrical or electronic systems.
You can't, you need to take it to your Audi garage as the diagnostic computer needs to be connected. On older models there were ways related to the sequence of using various ignition settings, indicator presses etc.. not anyy more
1-Turn off the ignition.
2-Place the reset tool into the diagnostic system, found near the Audi's hood release latch.
3-Press the reset tool's "Select" button.
4-Turn on the ignition, but do not start the engine.
5-Press the "Enter" button on the tool and wait 10 seconds for the tool's lights to come on.
6-Turn off the ignition. Remove the reset tool from the Audi Q7
Turn the Q7 on and on your phone, in your blutooth menu, search for paired devices, the Audi UHV should appear. Select that device. It will then ask for a code. Look in your manual for the Audi Code and enter it in your phone.
When jump starting this vehicle make sure that the Q7 is connected first, then connect to the jumper vehicle.
Connect 1 lead to the positive on the Q7 and the negative to a good solid body part or engine part. This will then ensure that the vehicle will start on the jumper vehicles battery directly without going through the Q7 flat battery causing the electronics to strain.
Hope this helped.