Question about Audi Cabriolet
First of all check the voltage with meter at battery terminals.There should be 12 volts.Then check the voltage at battery to starter connections,there should be 12 volts.Then check voltage at ignition switch terminals there should be 12 volts.But if there is no 12 voltage at battery then this is the issue.But as i thing you have removed the ignition switch so check the ignition switch wiring voltage if there is no 12 volt this indicates that wires are not connected or there is a short in the connections.Any of the connection is loose.If the connections got connected at wrong positions then it will short the connections as you start the car.Get the voltages checked,this will give the start for troubleshooting,in which area to look and check.
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Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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