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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The code comes from the factory on a card - about the size of a credit card. You may find that it is still in with the service documentation or wallet somewhere.
If not you can obtain the code from an Audi Dealer for free. You need to remove the stereo and get the serial number from the back of it. Take this along with the cars VIN (Chassis) No. to your nearest dealer and they will run the numbers for you and get you the code.
You need both numbers as the radio is locked to the car within the Audi Network.
It is specifically stated on the original card that if you loose the code you will be provided with the number by Audi for free so don't let the dealer try to charge you for it as some will try this.
Hope this helps. Please do rate this answer. Many Thanks.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
SOURCE: Heater stopped heating
I just bought a thermostat for a landrover discovery and put it inline in the radiator hose. The part cost $56, I capped the bypass.
It took about an hour and all I needed to remove was the hose.
There is also an inline remote housing available for MG's in the U.K.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
The alignment was poorly done
You need new brake calipers, the right one could not be letting go
Get the Rims Checked they could be bent
Did you also align the rear wheels
Tires - Condition / Quality
The new tires you purchased.....are you sure they were first grade and not second grade tires?
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
The oil pressure sender unit is located on the oil filter housing.These do tend to leak at times. The warning light for this switch is a red oil can and a buzzer. Replace the switch. If warning light still comes on, have the oil pressure checked. The oil level sender warning light is an orange oil can with oil level under it. This sender is fitted on the bottom of the oil sump and can leak past the seal. If warning light comes on, check oil level. If ok, check for damage to wiring under vehicle. Senders do some times become faulty.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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