Question about 2000 Audi TT
Pull out the battery and everything that the battery is in and make sure that all of the wires are plugged in
Posted on Jul 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jul 16, 2008
Sounds like either the battery leads are on the wrong way round, or the starter main cable is touching something and shorting to earth. Retrace your steps and check your connection locations.
Either that or its a dead short through the starter. Remove main cable from back of starter and tape up incase of short. then reconnect battery. If ok now then your looking at starter motor.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
My daughter's car was doing the same thing. Turned out the plastic housing in the ignition switch was cracked and was staying on.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
With volt meter on battery start car and read voltage. When yo first put the meter on a full charged battery it should read between 13-15 volts. When you first start motor the voltage should go 3-4volts higher then when you first put it on. And then tapper down after awhile. If there is no voltage increase after start alternator is out.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
Testimonial: "yup it is the alternator, trickle charged the battery and it held. After running car, it drained."
this is going to sound crazy BUT i would (and have) take your car to a skoda dealer, labour cost 1/2 that of audi(i worked for audi for 11 years)and the parts are out of the same box.have you replaced H.T.leads as thet are carbon fibre and can cause the same symptoms.also ask to speak to audi area technical manager when next in your area.he is factory trained.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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