Question about 1999 Audi A4
I have tried every step.the computer still wont reprogram itsself
Often if battery fails or is disconnected for a time the car will want to have readiness reset. this is best done by a tech using vadcom or vcds software , however alot of the times if there are no other problems ,taking the car for a ride for a bit will let it set readiness on it's own. let car see road speeds from 0 to about 55 mph and give it a few key cycles while driving, meaning ,stop ,park car, turn off ignition and then restart and continue driving. if it doesn't reset within 15 min or so it most likely will have another problem so watch for the mil light to come on during drive. good luck
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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