Question about 2006 Audi A4 2.0
It's a loud extremly loud beep/ almost like an alarm that won't stop. Few minutes into start up, continues noise that will not stop til key out of ignition. Please help, was told might have something to do with the turbo.????
Does it come from inside the cabin might be a fault with the seats or seat belts as when you get in and dont put your seat belt on it makes a beeping noise untill the seat belt gets put on is it this noise could be a faulty seat sensor wouldent of thought it was the turbo hissing or screeming yes but not a buzzing noise but then i could be wrong hope this helps ivan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Audi A4 strange beeping
I just had the same problem and read on another post how to fix it. Unlock your car, open and close all the doors, and lock it manually with your key. It worked.
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
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
SOURCE: Audi A4 2003 Alarm Problem
There is a few things to do check the door switches that control dome lights, check wire down by the skid plate when you get oil changed there is a sensor for the starter there if it is stolen the alarm will go off or just take a BAT and BEAT the living **** out of your horn and call it good like I am going to. I hope this helped or will help I recommend an aluminum bat vrs. wood
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
the alarm system for audi/vw/seat/skoda is based on power drop,so yes is the answer and you need to reset alarm system/remotes if you replace battery or disconnect it for any reason not forgeting the radio code...
Posted on May 01, 2010
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