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After flat battery audi a4 now wont start, hazard lights flashed then no turn over at all

Car stood then flat battery. jump start flashed hazard warning lights then nothing no turn over

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SOURCE: 1999 Audi A4 Locking mechanism

It sounds like the vacuum pump has gone out. The locks are vacuum-pump operated, and they're known to eventually fail on these and VW cars. Check that out - in my 99, the unit is in the trunk, passenger side. You have to remove the storage well between the wheel arch and the taillight, and pull the carpeting back, and the unit is down there just a bit below floor level.

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SOURCE: A4 Turns over, but won't start

it could be your altonator!!

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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SOURCE: 1996 audi a4 ignition kill switch wont recognise car keys

HI,MARK,THE SIGNAL FROM YOUR KEY IS NOT GETTING TO YOUR IMMOBILIZER.THE PROBLEM IS MORE LIKELY AT THE PLUG ON THE READER COIL ON THE IGNITION.YOU WILL HAVE TO BEND THOSE TERMINALS SLIGHTLY CLOSED AND INSULATE THE WIRES SEPERATELY.THIS FEATURE IS PART OF THE VEHICLES SYSTEM UNFORTUNATELY,ANDY

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 audi a4 oil reset light

Turn off the ignition press and hold the button on the leftside of the display while turning the ignition on it should say service oil on the display pull out the button on the rightside of the display until the service oil clears

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SOURCE: 2003 audi a4 1.8t ECU/emission control system warning light flash

No I am a mechanic at Audi. The problem is that the the air flow to the central tappets may be causing the air flow sensor to trip and that is why. Try putting a small amount of WD40 into the petrol and that will work, its a very common problem.

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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I Have an Audi A4 1.9 tdi


Sounds to be a security problem. Check or replace the battery in the key first. After that. It has to go on a scanner. You might want to get it to an Audi dealer for this. I have several scanners that tell me codes, but I can't do the Audi security.

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don't think fuse diagram will help , is the battery in good condition , may not hold enough charge to turn over engine , try jump start if engine starts then get a new battery then check alternator charge rate as may be reason battery went

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START engine and turn on head lights to main beam if engine stops and battery is flat then the Alternator isent putting out 13.5 volts or 12volts so then turn off lights and turn on inn and with a test light check power lead on Alternator if you have power to alt then you have either Reg or brush problem .
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Just changed the battery to my 19999 a4 1.8


this might be a shot in the dark but what I have found is often if a car is let sit for a time varmits<mice ,squirls ,ext> will make a meal of some wiring. disconnect battery and give car a good looking over for wires with chew marks, I have had to repair harnesses just under the throtle body several times on new cars off our dealership lot.

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It sounds like you don't have quite enough juice to start it. Sometimes vehicles will turn over but won't start when battery is low. Have someone jump you with jumper cables and I bet it will start then have your battery tested. If it won't start try giving it a shot of starter fluid as well as jump starting it and this will probably do the trick. If not you will have to have it diagnosed professionally. Good Luck

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hi. when u insert ur key and turn to on position with out it turning over check the light display and see if the light flashes with the car&key symbol if that is the case then it is a problem on the key and the imobiliser is not disabling properly have the batteries changed in the key or your key might need reprogramming.

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