Question about 2000 Audi A8
The big wire to the starter goes to the post he mentioned, that's the starter relay. The big wire from the relay goes directly to the battery. Connect positive to the post, and negative to a good clean ground.
Posted on Nov 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: trunk won't open -1993 audi 90S
if you can drop back seats you can get in and manually flick the lever when it is open you will have to go to dealer to see if you can get a key to match or you might get 1 in a junkyard. if this helps please rate me
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
SOURCE: Trunk will not open
did you get this problem solved?? i had the same issue, but solved it.
if you did not solve the problem, this is how...
insert the key into the trunk key hole
turn the key to the left and push the key
at the same time, lift the trunk while the key is pushed in and to the left
hope this helps
normally, you just turn the key to the right on most cars - i guess the folks who built audi a8's are left handed.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
This is bad day indeed! I know right now it looks bleak, but look at the knowledge you have learned!
I suggest calling a locksmith to come out, and open the car. Then call your road service, and tell them you need a battery. IF, they offer to charge it, the battery cables Must be removed, or it can damage the computer!
Posted on May 18, 2009
I TRIED THIS ALTERNATOR RED WIRE FIX TODAY,ALTHOUGH I DID GET IGNITION,WHEN I TRIED TO START IT BLEW A FUSE.ANYBODY KNOW ABOUT THIS.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
SOURCE: 2001 AUdi S4 Trunk will
The same "latch" secures the trunk closed.
The key, electric relay and button operate the same latch.
IF the trunk fails to open, the "latch" is not completely releasing from the catch that secures it.
The next time that you open it, inspect the adjustment of the latch assembly. It has 2 bolts that secure it. You can loosen them and adjust the assembly to a slight more open position - so that each time you operate the latch, it releases from the catch.
Don't move the assembly too far - or the trunk will not be able to lock closed at all.
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
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