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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Audi TT
I am by no means a car expert. My experience is based only on past experience not just with my 2003 audi tt but other cars as well.
What you describe may be your transmission slipping. You should have it checked out asap before you need to have the flywheel cut--I had that happen on another car and it was very expensive to have repaired.
My tt also has some brake problems which cause it to stutter when I get close to a full stop.
The best of all though is the recall of our cars for replacment of the timing belt--according to my dealer a $1700 job.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
SOURCE: Audi TT fuse box
It is in the end of the dash board. open the drivers door so you can see the end of the dash and ease the semi circle shaped cover off. There is a fuse pulling tool in there too ;o
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
Had a similar problem audi come into my shop. No headlights, blower motor would not work, wipers would not work. After dinking around found ignition switch wires had burn't up. Remove top steering column by taking out two very small philips screws from under column. Look at top LH side of column w/ top cover removed. Probably will find wires burnt up.
Posted on May 28, 2009
There is a flap in the boot that you need to flip open. Once opened, there are two screws with really big round ends as big as 1.5 - 2 centimeters in diameter. One is black on the lower end of the light and the other is white which is on the upper end of the lamp. You may need a tourch to see them better, however you can not miss them. Unscrew them with your fingers by twisting these anti clockwise. You need to hold the lamp as as soon as these 2 screws are released, the lamp will then be held by a wire connector which you can remove. You then need a star head screw driver to open 2 screws which will allow you to remove the bulbs that are deffective and have them replaced. Then just retrace your steps.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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