Question about 2007 Audi A6 Avant Wagon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 Audi A6 simple replacement
The beauty covers over the battery should just unclip and pull off. Take a careful look to be sure they're not screwed down (they're not on my A4), and as long as you don't see any screws, they just pop off by hand.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
Sound's like a bad alternator, you can check the alternator by measuring the voltage on the battery when the car is started, it should measure above 12.6 volt's but not higher than 14.5 volt's, check the drive belt tension, a lose or wore drive-belt could cause problem's with the alternator charging the batery, check the battery terminal's for corrosion, along with the connection's of the battery cable's.
Hope this help's, good luck.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
you will need to pull the radio out and get the serial number off the back of the radio unit. then call up your local VW/AUDI repair shop or dealer and ask them to look up the code for you. i had to do this last week with my VW jetta.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
First thing is to test the battery and this is how Turn on head lights, if dull leave on to see how long the stay on for. Next turn lights off put battery on charge for 6 hrs .Turn on lights again if still dull either battery or charger no good
If lights bright try to start and when starter trys to turn engine over the lights go dim THEN battery is no good.
Then get a jump start from another battery and put pos term on both batterys first, then earth lead(BLACK) on last then start if starts ok remove the BLACK lead and turn on head lights if goes bright ALTERNATORs ok so replace battery ....
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
Have you checked to see if there is spark at the plugs? If not, simply take out 1 plug (can be any one of them), connect the plug wire to it and just let the threads of the plug rest anywhere on the engine block. Have someone turn the motor over while you are looking at the gap on the spark plug. If your distributor is sending sufficient power, you should see a nice healthy spark! If no spark, then your problem is either bad coil, bad distributor, distributor cap, rotor, or ignition. But first things first, check to see if you are getting spark.
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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