Question about 1999 Audi A6
I had my car checked out by a mechanic because it wouldn't start one day and then it just started randomly again after about 5 minutes. I took it in and they said it had to do with my Anti Theft system but that I would have to take it to an Audi Mechanic to have it done as they are not an Audi dealer. Well today I can't get my car to start. It's the same problem. All the lights come on everything is just like normal and because I just had a bunch of work done on my car before winter it has had a complete inpection. I know this is the problem however I am trying to find a way to just get it started so I can even get it to the mechanic. Is there a way to turn this device off or get my car to start for now to bypass the system?
The biggest problem with intermittent problems is getting them to occur.It seems that your trouble is sticking around,and maybe you need to just give in and have it flat-bedded to an Audi shop(hopefully the ride on the truck will be gentle enough that the trouble won't clear itself).
Posted on Dec 09, 2012
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