Question about 2003 Audi A4 Cabriolet
I have a 2002 Audi a4. just noticed that the passenger side air con blows hot but the drivers side seems to work fine, although doesnt seem as cold as it should be when the temp is set to LO. is this going to cost me £££ to fix? cheers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok you have either one of two main problems with it.
1. does it go in one direction only then jams the other way?
Ans. the plastic clips that hold the window to the lifting rail can break.
these can be replaced by removing the door trim & replacing though you will need torx type tools.
2. As with vw golfs & passets the motors pack up or even the wire can break on some of them.
Ans. replace the motor unit in the door or the cable & rail.
3. It is heardly heard tell of but the only other problem is that one of the wires in the hinge area to the door has broken.
4. we have had this one a few times but this would also include the interior lights & central locking not working as well as the windows.
The central convenience unit under the passenger foot well can go wonky & needs to be replaced, usually caused by water coming in through the heaters air filter when the water is trapped in the front of the car ( caused by rotten leaves stuck in the drain points & also happens to the A6 models )
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
well if it is a door and window u could get a door with a window or if it is just a window u could tape plastic over it (thats what i did)
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
SOURCE: door panel
First, take out the two screws at the top of the door panel, screwed into the top corners and pointing toward the middle of the door panel.
Second, inside the door pull (where you pull the door shut) is one screw pointed backward - remove that. Then force the inside "lining" of that pull downward and remove it.
Third, remove the screws you have just uncovered (two on the front door, one on the rear door).
That's it - just lift the panel upward and it'll be off.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Sounds like the air conditioner condensation drain line has popped off the air box under the dashboard. Good luck, Techjoel
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
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