Question about Audi TT
Once you fitted new batteries to both fobs you needed to reset the car.....put key in drivers door and unlock/hold key over(windows go down)wait 30 secs then lock/hold over key,(windows go up)wait 30 secs,then press/hold unlock button for 30 secs.you have just reset the system.you have loads of other little gizmos but i will leave you to find them all good hunting....one side parking lights/driveway illumination/and more.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: battery in key fob went
hi you can do this but you will have to have a key that does not have a remote/fob on it ( basically just go get one cut cheaply ) then to reprogram keys/key fob's first using the key without fob, turn ignition on ( do not turn over, just to position 2) then lock drivers door with other key ( do not use fob, just the key itself with fob now complete the following within 30 seconds within 5 seconds( of locking the car) press the unlock button on the first key once ( this programs that key as key memory1) the indicators should flash once to indicate signal received wait 5 seconds then press unlock on key fob vehicle should then unlock meaning key fob has been programmed and programming ended open door turn ignition off , and that's it, it should work if you have more than 1 key with fob, do the same as above but instead of pressing unlock once, you do it twice, if third key 3 x if fourth key 4 x etc etc,
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
If you have an owners manual look at the menu controls on the car computer. You should have choices for the alarm and doorlocks, how long lights stay on, traction control, chimes, bells,etc.. A kindly Audi dealer will probably help you.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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