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My mmi interface won't turn on. When I reset the mmi the MMI display shows but than nothing

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SOURCE: 06 A6 MMI radio switches on and off every few seconds. Bluetooth

Your most (fiber optic) system is inoperative. Its most likely your CD player and the bluetooth is an update issue, if it doesn't take the update then you need to replace your telephone transceiver.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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SOURCE: MMI not responding

hello
have you solved the problem? i have same problem on my A5 and the guys from audi told me to replace the battery. i really don't know what to do because the car is starting immediately.
thanks

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Need to clean the MMI after a spill

did you get a solution for this. I spilled my son's milk in it.

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SOURCE: 2005 a6 mmi displays will not work. where is she

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I can help for you. I'am live in London. Contact e-mail address: info@headunit-repair.co.uk or visit my site : www.headunit-repair.co.uk

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SOURCE: where is the relay for the MMI system on the 2005 Audi A8?

In the right luggage compartment fuse panel, check 60A fuse 132 which supplies power to the left luggage compartment fuse panel. Fuses in the left panel feed power to the devices you have identified

Posted on Sep 25, 2012

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Enable Audi MMI 3G bluetooth hands-free phone


Activate Audi MMI 3G bluetooth connection and handsfree profile in your car. All Audis with Multi Media Interface 3rd generation are equipped with bluetooth, some just need activation which you can do for free, without adding any hardware.

  • You car need to have MMI 3G system. Check your Multi Media Interface version.
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Procedure:
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Sorry to state the obvious, bit just in case, have you checked to be sure the screen is turned on? Press and hold the volume knob for a few seconds. There is also a display off button on the dash to rt. of the display unit.

If all are on, try resetting the unit:
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Where is the relay for the MMI system on the 2005 Audi A8?


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MMI not responding


hello
have you solved the problem? i have same problem on my A5 and the guys from audi told me to replace the battery. i really don't know what to do because the car is starting immediately.
thanks

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First push the setup button on the MMI control, and push the MMI button that corresponds to the word "settings" on the screen, and pick "time," push the master control to enter that mode, then turn the knob to change the time. Be sure to back out of the sequence properly or the clock reverts to the previous setting.

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