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2001 Audi tt electrical problems

Top, windows, gas lid, trunk, interior lights none are working on my 2001 TT. The cluster lcd is out too. Everything else works fine and runs fine. The fuses have all been changed so no issues there. What is it?

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SOURCE: 2005 Audi TT Master Fuse location

Had a similar problem audi come into my shop.  No headlights, blower motor would not work, wipers would not work.  After dinking around found ignition switch wires had burn't up.  Remove top steering column by taking out two very small philips screws from under column.  Look at top LH side of column w/ top cover removed.  Probably will find wires burnt up.  

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 audi tt just stopped running while driving 55mph. wont turn back on now. power works. just wont turn over.

Timing belt might have broke. Same thing happened to mine. Going to cost ALOT of money to fix.

Posted on Jun 10, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2000 Audi TT Quattro. Never had a problem

I wouldn't be surprised if those are ran off vacuum, Check the vwvortex.com

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Remotes, trunk lid, gas lid, interier lights and alarm dead.

If you have a convertable, check for a leak at bottom of passanger side rear window. They put the ECU right under that rear window. If the ECU gets wet you will probably loose remote capability.

Posted on Oct 18, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 audi tt -- trunk release and gas cap release don't work

Hi, yes there is. To release the trunk - look on the centre console, just rearward of the front seats and you will notice a separate rectangular section in the plastic, if you lift this out you will find a cable release for the trunk underneath. To open the fuel filler cap manually, look inside the car just behind the rear light on the same side as the fuel filler and you will notice a flap in the interior trim, which is to allow access to the rear lamp. Open this and then looking towards the top you should see a loop of orange plastic - pull this towards the rear of the car to release the fuel filler.
Hope that helps Matt..

Posted on Nov 23, 2009

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Photo of a lamp failure icon on 2001 Audi TT. This is what you should get with the high pixel cluster. Check all car lights bulbs & replace bad bulb(s).

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Is it a convertible? Mine has the same problem and the electronic control panel is located in under the rear window. I think moisture accumulates and short circuits the control panel. I am not a machanic but when it dries out it is fine.

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THE BUTTON IN THE CONSOLE TO OPEN THE GAS CAP AND THE TRUNK WONT WORK AND I CANT PUT GAS INTO THE CAR!!!! IS THERE ANOTHER WAY TO OPEN THE GAS COVER AND THE TRUNK???


I can't promise it, but in my 99 A4 there is a release cable in the trunk. I have to pull the trunk carpeting away on the side where the gas filler door is, and there's a red cable there that can be used as a manual release. I imagine your TT has one as well - look in the hatch on the side with the gas door, and pull the lining back - you'll probably have a release cable as well.

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2001 audi tt -- trunk release and gas cap release don't work


Hi, yes there is. To release the trunk - look on the centre console, just rearward of the front seats and you will notice a separate rectangular section in the plastic, if you lift this out you will find a cable release for the trunk underneath. To open the fuel filler cap manually, look inside the car just behind the rear light on the same side as the fuel filler and you will notice a flap in the interior trim, which is to allow access to the rear lamp. Open this and then looking towards the top you should see a loop of orange plastic - pull this towards the rear of the car to release the fuel filler.
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Yes if you go into the trunk you will find a small passage to get to the pump there will be a little T- shaped knob on top turn this untill it stops and you will be able to lift the top to close it.

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Remotes, trunk lid, gas lid, interier lights and alarm dead.


replace your comfort control unit , (roadster, moduel will be in passenger rear convertoble top cabin.) ( coupe , control unit will be in driver rear panel ) .

Jul 25, 2009 | 2001 Audi TT

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2005 Audi TT Master Fuse location


Had a similar problem audi come into my shop.  No headlights, blower motor would not work, wipers would not work.  After dinking around found ignition switch wires had burn't up.  Remove top steering column by taking out two very small philips screws from under column.  Look at top LH side of column w/ top cover removed.  Probably will find wires burnt up.  

Mar 04, 2009 | 2001 Audi TT

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Fuel cap and boot release buttons not working


Hello,
I have a 2001 Audi TT Audi TT roadster, 87,000 miles. I love the car, but like all cars, things happen.

Open your checkbook, It is the command module , under your back glass, where the top goes , you will see a small door cut into the felt. Mine got wet and started a whole chain of events.

Seal that Window Good. 800$ repair to replace the comman module.

1. Windows were going up and down 1/4" all random times.
2. The Gas Release and Trunk Release buttons stop working
3. Alarm would go off at odd times.
4. Trunk would not open automatically.

To open the Trunk, behind the passenger seat is a small box, open it with you key and you will see the manual trunk release

To open your gas cap, on the passenger side of the trunk, you will see a small felt opening under the gas cap. Open it and pull back decently hard and the gas cap will open.

Good Luck.

Jan 05, 2009 | 2001 Audi TT

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I can't open the lid to the gas tank. the button to release the gas lid isn't working. also next to it, the button for the trunk release also doesn't work.


I had a similar problem with my TT Roadster and it was a problem with my central locking system, it temporarily disengaged after a minor incident with the rain while my top was down. Anyway for me it was simply a matter of time before the system reengaged it's self it took maybe a week or so, but to get around the problem, behind your passenger seat there is a storage compartment, pull the lever in the storage compartment to open the trunk, once in the trunk on the left sidewall of the trunk there is a seamless square open that square and there is a black pulley in there, pull on that and your gas tank should open. I hope this help.

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