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1999 AUDI A6 SAI continues to short out due to fresh water. Audi mechanics can not find cause

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Short out ?? fresh water ?? ---the computer for both the car and the autobox are under the front passenger floorwell LHD ,The air con outlet pipe for the condensate from the AC is damaged or blocked hence the water in the electrics .ANOTHER CASE OF SO CALLED DEALER MECHANICS ------ old saying if you only pay peanuts you only employ monkeys

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