Hi, I just both a used Audi TT Quattro year 1999 and I need some help to buy on the internet some parts, like I need the door mirrors switch, the Engine battery plastic cover, the splash guard that goes Undernet the Engine and HARD TONNEAU COVER. Thanks in advance.
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If it's the factory system and the horn is sounding, cycle the door lock with the key to turn off the alarm. Sometimes the switch in the door lock is broken due to age, try the passenger or rear hatch lock if the driver's door won't reset it.
Some 1999 Cherokees were also equipped with an immobilizer, which uses a transponder chip in the key that is read by an antennae around the ignition lock.
The two systems are separate from each other, so more information may be needed.
Hi, Have you run directly off the door switch or gone to the control module. When I fit alarms I always find it more reliable to go to the vehicles door switch directly as you will get a direct earth switch there. Jon.
Try this first before buying a new battery or replacing with a new aftermarker alarm. (1) Make sure all doors are closed completely and locked (2) On the drivers door, use your key to turn LOCK then UNLOCK, Open the door and close then repeat again (3) Proceed to Sliding door and turn UNLOCK - you should hear all doors unlock and you've completed the factory reset. Open driver door and turn ignition, your vehicle should now start.
is it a factory alarm? if not then its proberly the alarm/imm, but by the sounds of it the steering to lock is not normal for saftey reasons so it could be as simple as the steering lock/barrel is loose or has been messed with, the steering may not lock but feel like it as when the engine stalls the power steering pump stops hence the steering will become very stiff felling like it is locked, behind the steering lock where the keys goes is the barrel part that operates the electric part of the ignition which could be loose , you will not see this till you remove all the trim under the steering colomn
Hi, I have a 1999 reg Rover 200 1.4. When I bought the car it did not come with a fob. To cut a long story short, the battery went flat and now I cannot start the car with the key. Is there anyway I can start her without buying a fob? Cheers :o)
hi i had the same problem,
the problem is that there is a thick wire in your boot and when the airbag deplode themselves at impact the fuse conected to the wire blows and cuts the engine out for safety purposes,
the part of the wire is expensive(200-300£)
a cheaper way is to get a good aut electrician to rewire it then it will start
In the drivers door jam (Between the door and the A pillar of the car) you will see a black rubber tube with cables inside it.
This is the wiring for the drivers door.
Could be a bad connection between the plugs or even a broken wire.
If the central locking is still working on the drivers door, the chances are that it is the plug on the back of the switch panel in the door.
You may need to remove the door trim.
Watch out for hidden screws in the panels.