Question about 2001 Audi allroad
Possibly did not come with seat heaters. Cannot install without extensive electrical and replacing seat cushion in most cases. See if dealer can order dummy switch cover for you. It would cost big bux to try and attempt to install this feature
Posted on May 31, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is more than likely a problem with your thermostat in the cooling system .heres a few things to check to be sure make certain your blower fan is on high and temp setting is in the hottest setting check to see if air is coming from your heater ducts also be sure to thoroughly let the engine warm up 10 to 20 minutes before checking. if the air is blowing but luke warm still your thermostat is stuck in the open position and will cause the engine to run to cold and performance will also suffer as will your heat will not be sufficient to heat the passenger compartment this repair should cost no more than $150 max to replace buy a repair shop this is a common problem in older cars and this is generally a quick repair to be made for almost any repair facility should take under 45 minutes to complete once repair is started
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
Not 100% sure on yours but normally you'll either have a couple of bolts way down under seat cushion at front, near floor, or in some cases, you have to push seat cushion back toward rear window, hard & lift, to pop it out of notched catch under it.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
SOURCE: Audi A6 Allroad
jack the car up saftely then take the wheels off .. then you will see the brake calipier turn the wheel towards you so the calipier is facing you . at the bottom of the calp you will see a small bolt at bottom undo this and lift prize the calp up then remove 1 pad the inside on where the piston is then put calp back down and put the bolt back in just to hold it in place then when you have done this put a large stronge screw driver in via hole in front to push the piston all the way back but make sure you do the evenly and piston goes in straight or it will get stuck same with all types of brakes. once you have done this reopen calp and take the other pad out clean all area with a wire brush and replace the new pads in place,, and retighten bolt etc , before you start the other side please make sure you pump brake peddle until it goes hard again. then do same to over side ,
hope this is a great help matdav69
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
Check your power steering fluid level. Also inspect for leaks and the condition of the belt that drives the power steering pump. Could be a loose or damaged belt, loss of fluid and air in the system, or you pump might be going.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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