Question about 2000 Audi A4
Comment by nknight2, posted on Jul 09, 2008
It may click once or twice but thats about it. I tried disconnecting the battery to let the system reset but nothing...
have a 2000 audi a4 Quattro 1.8T. Lately its been acting like it doesnt want to start. For the past day or so I have had no problems, until tonight. I went out to start it and nothing. The lights radio and everything else are working just fine. I got it "jumped" but that made no difference. It wont even turn over. What can I do? I had the timing belt replaced a year ago so I cant imagine that being the case.
Really really need help
Sometimes the ignition switch itself fails. It's about $35 from a dealer and is fairly straightforward to install. It's at the end of the key cylinder opposite the key slot, held in by two set screws removed with a flathead screwdriver. It's the actual electronic connection between key cylinder and the car's electrical and starting systems. You have to remove the steering wheel and column trim to access it, but with the right tools (Torx bits sized T30 for the airbag bolts and T55 for the center steering wheel bolt), plus the usual Philips and flathead screwdrivers, and a set of metric hex keys, you can have it changed and reassembled in about an hour.
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