To set the temp you have to have the key in the on position and hold the left and right buttons in to change it..to set the time..hold in both and you dont have to have the key in the on position..if that dont work..try the opposit..for both..
Sorry to hear that, those setting are configured specially for each market by the dealer ship. As the prior answer, check your manual for more info if no solution, get to your local VW/Audi service department.
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Did you flush the system or merely change parts? If the radiator or the engine block are very dirty, there will be overheating. Also, if the thermometer is reading hot on the dash board it may be a false reading from the temperature thermometer on the radiator which, if that is the case, should be replaced.
When you're car is off, press both the hour and minute buttons at the
same time. Hold them until the clock switches from 24 hour to 12 hour.
By doing this with the engine off, you keep the temperature reading in
The first thing to do is to make sure the radiator is full of coolant.If it's not, top it up and let the car run with the cap on loosely to remove air from the system and check for leaks. If it's full get a candy thermometer and double check the temp in the rad. It should read the same as your guage. If not change the temp sensor for the guage.also check to make sure that the fans kick in at about 190 degrees or a little more. If they don't there is a problem in the circuit, usually a sensor but double check to see if any if the wiring has been disconnected. If the fans come on, while you are checking the temp with the thermometer loking closely in the rad to see if the coolant is flowing. If you don't see movement then you need a new thermostat. That should be in the housing where the top rad hose comes out of the engine. Replace the gasket when you do it. Hope this helps.