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Center console buttons won't work and top won't go down...

The center cosole buttons won't work to open gas cap, trunk or doors and arlam won't come on with the key. The top while not go down or up from console buttons either. What is the solution, I need GAS and you can't use the manual override for the gas cap without accessing the trunk.

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  • kathywagner0 Sep 10, 2009

    It is actually a 2003 Audi does that make a difference. And if not the fuse or relay what could it be?

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I would check your fuses first. with everything you've described it would be highly unlikely everything broke at one time. It sounds like a simple fuse replacement.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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It could be a fuse or more likely a relay.. Find the location in your manual..

Good luck..

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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