Question about 2003 Audi allroad
The power window on my Audi Allroad will not go all the way up. Pressing the switch the window only goes halfway then goes back down on its own. I'm trying to figure what some possible causes are from anyone who's had a similar or exact issue. Thanks!
You will find that the window rubbers are dry, The solution to this will be get a candle make sure the candle edge goes inside the rubber, then just pull it around the rubber, all this does is help the glass to slide in the rubbers, You can even use white grease which comes in a spray can or WD40, only trouble with the WD40 is it will smear on the glass, but will work fine. This will solve your problem.
Posted on Jan 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Remove all screws, some will be hidden under plastic taps like on the pull strap. Take a door panel tool and work it around the panel to find the plastic pins that hold the panel on then use the tool to pop them out. Real simple job, just pay attention. The problem is most likely a bad window motor.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
SOURCE: p0431 code on audi allroad 02
Typcally caused by one of the front oxygen sensors or a bad ground associated with these sensors.Replace both front sensors with direct fit type NOT universal, because there may be a cracked wire and the universal sensor does not contain the complete wire harness. Direct fits, are about $20 more than universal fit type.
The O2 sensors have integrated heating elements that bring them up to the proper operating temperature. Code P0431 indicates that the O2 sensor on your driver side catalytic converter is not reaching the proper operating range. The O2 sensors are usually in the $150 range online.
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
Hold upper and lower arrows at same time for about 10 seconds to activate and deactivate jack mode. OR start driving car and it will automatically deactivate I believe when speeds are sensed above 5 mph.
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
SOURCE: I have an 2003 Audi
Couple of quick things to check, when the air system is trying to raise the car you should hear the pump running in the boot of the car ( lhs rear) . The pumps are known to fail but not too regularly. The more common issue is that the rubber bladders in the air springs develop hairline cracks which leak, more prevalent on the front than rear. Get a spray of soapy water and spray all round the bladder, start the car and select a higher ride height. You should be able to see bubbles....or indeed if its as bad as you identify you will be able to hear a hiss ( assuming the pump is running of course) New air springs are available and not too difficult to fit.....dont buy the hugely expensive stuff from Audi try Arnott Industries in the US, they have an excellent remanufactured replacement which is far superior. Hope this helps Iain
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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(a) Turn the engine switch on (IG).
(b) Halfway open the power window by pressing the power window switch.
(c) Fully pull up the switch until the power window is fully closed and continue to hold the switch for approx. 1 second after the power window is fully closed.
(d) Check that the AUTO UP/DOWN function operates normally.
If the AUTO UP/DOWN function operates normally, reset operations have been completed at this time. If not normal, follow the steps below.
(1) Disconnect the negative battery terminal for 10 seconds.
(2) Connect the battery terminal.
(3) Turn the engine switch on (IG).
(4) Halfway open the power window by pressing the power window switch.
(5) If the AUTO UP/DOWN function operates normally, reset operations have been completed at this time.
If not normal, follow the steps below.
(6) Turn the engine switch on (IG).
(7) Halfway open the power window by pressing the power window switch.
(8) Fully pull up the switch until the power window is fully closed and continue to hold the switch for approx. 12 seconds after the power window is fully closed.
(9) Check that the AUTO UP/DOWN function operates normally.
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