Question about 2003 Audi TT
Need to replace stock radio have new one but sumone has cut plug off Audis wiring harness so need to match coulers up
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: radio stuck in safe mode
Turn on radio - the word SAFE will appear in the display. Press th
P.SCAN and RBDS buttons simultaneously and hold them down until "1000"
lights up in the display.Release buttons.Do not, under no circumtances,
continue holding them down or press them once again. This will cause
the radio to consider the number 1000 to be the input code.Use station
buttons 1,2,3,and 4 to enter the code number on your Radio Card. Use
the button 1 to enter the first number 2 for the second number 3 for
the third number and 4 for the last number.Once you have entered the
code and it shows on the display,press the P.SCAN and RBDS buttons down
again simultaneously and hold them down until the word SAFE appears in
the display.Release buttons. Soon afterwards a frequency will be
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Posted on Jun 11, 2008
The stock amp (mounted inside the sub enclosure) found on the RHS of the boot behind the pull out pannel has a red plug with 8 twisted pairs of wires and 3 other wires (pos, acc and earth).
Out of the twisted pairs you will have
RHS Rear Speaker: Blue/Gray +, Gray/Blue -
LHS Rear Speaker: Red/Gray +, Gray/Red -
You will also have a pair of White/Blue and Brown/White which is the RHS input and a White/Red Brown/White pair for the LHS input. Although... the stock amp uses a common earth input as you will see, the two Brown/White wires going into the same plug.
To put in another amp, you will need one with 'high level' input. Make sure it can take a common ground type input. If it cannot then just use a "high level to RCA" converter.
If you are putting in an after market headunit like i did, then you will just need to separate the two brown/white wires at both ends. If you do this you will need to test which brown/white wire at the head unit end is paired with which wire at the amp end. They are twisted together at the amp end but not at the headunit end (unless you cut the cloth tape back far enough).
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
There is a flap in the boot that you need to flip open. Once opened, there are two screws with really big round ends as big as 1.5 - 2 centimeters in diameter. One is black on the lower end of the light and the other is white which is on the upper end of the lamp. You may need a tourch to see them better, however you can not miss them. Unscrew them with your fingers by twisting these anti clockwise. You need to hold the lamp as as soon as these 2 screws are released, the lamp will then be held by a wire connector which you can remove. You then need a star head screw driver to open 2 screws which will allow you to remove the bulbs that are deffective and have them replaced. Then just retrace your steps.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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