The button is in the drivers door frame when the door is open there should be a button next to the locking catch. if this does not work the two flaps either side of the hood cover can be lifted up and a hex head allen key can be used to unlock the catches either side of the cover. i've had a problem with the button not working due to electrical problems locking the boot as the cover will not lift with the button if the boot is not locked to prevent damage.
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To fold the rear seats down on an s type jaguar, pop the boot (trunk to you yanks) look just below the rear window inside and on left and right you will see two pull handles, tug on these and hey presto the seats are released from catches. Open either rear door and fold down seats. Sit back and have a beer. Cheers.
Hi there...if your audi is a B4 same as mine....fuse and relay box is located under the engine hood, driver side ....if you are italian....or passenger side side ..if you from Uk....just lift the hood, and check below the windshield in the gutter ...you'll see a black plastic box...here you go!
lift the lid...look for a grey box with the # 209 (if I recall correct..) ...that is your fuel pump relay...easy to replace.
Some common locations for the fuse box are as follows. 1.) Side of the dash as you open the drivers side door. 2.) Underneath the dash on the firewall or immediately underneath by the hood latch. 3.) Passenger side glove box. There is also another fuse box in the engine compartment as well that houses the major stuff. Hope this gives you some direction. Thanks for using fixya!
I had exact same problem, but what I found out was a three step solution to the problem.
1) The trunk lock above the trunk lid tself - sometimes looses coiling retention for the lock to work properly, which in effect does not properly lock wrap around the pull down electronic unit located in the body of the car/trunk that catches and pull the trunk lid down SOLUTION: check and make sure lock is works properly. you cab check by opening trunk and locking it with remote key, then pry the lock with a screw driver to see if it unlocks or stays locked
2) The motor catching unit in the body of the car/trunk that catches the lid and draws it down can be off balance (sitting too low to catch the lock (upper trunk lid with lock) to pull it down and stay locked. Have a mechanic - Audi preferrably, check the positon and allignment to adjust it, so it can catch trunk lid and lock to stay locked. HOPE THIS HELPS!