20 Most Recent 2004 Audi TT Questions & Answers

parking sensor beep?
if yes then if one of the sensor fails then all system goes off and keeps buzzing

2004 Audi TT | Answered on Mar 13, 2018

go back to whoever serviced it and get them to sort it out if they have caused the problem

2004 Audi TT | Answered on Oct 06, 2017

hi.inside the veh if you open door there will be a side cover on side of dashpanel remove it to get to fuses then there will also be main fuses on your battery or near your battery

2004 Audi TT | Answered on Jan 24, 2016

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2004 Audi TT | Answered on Jul 26, 2015

Radios can be be scanned for problems. Check it out.

2004 Audi TT | Answered on Jul 25, 2015

Sorry, but I may have gave you the wrong info. Thinking that the brake light stayed on in the IP. At the rear, then replace the brake switch. It is shorted. It is located on a bracket by the brake pedal arm. Under the dash. The brake switch touches the arm and is spring loaded.

2004 Audi TT | Answered on Mar 22, 2015

This is most likely a short in the instrument panel's(IP) logic chip. As long as you can start the car everyday, you can live with it or have the IP diagnosed and replace it. If you ever plan to leave it for a week or two. Disable the radio and nav systems if you have to, then remove the negative side of the battery. This light will drain the battery over time.

2004 Audi TT | Answered on Mar 22, 2015

In Hondas and Chryslers its on a little skinny white sticker on the side of the glove box when open. No clue on an Audi, though. Good luck hunting!

2004 Audi TT | Answered on Feb 22, 2015

Check voltage while your car is running and radio is not working. Some engine at low temperatures are using much more electrical power (diesel glow plugs, electrical air heater) which can affect other devices inside your car.

2004 Audi TT | Answered on Jan 23, 2015

It should have its own relay and fuse, check them both. If they are functioning it might be the switch itself, or the element in the seat has burned out.

2004 Audi TT | Answered on Jan 04, 2015

buy ngk spark plugs and air filter from pep boys nappa etc etc make sure the plugs are iriudium or plat

2004 Audi TT | Answered on Jul 29, 2014

this is the o2 sensor after the pre cat so post cat you can get a tune to get rid of code or replace the o2 sensor or get spacer that screws into the cat witch will make it not code the o2 sensor is there to just make sure the cat is there for emissions and will not effect the gas milage

2004 Audi TT | Answered on Jul 29, 2014


2004 Audi TT | Answered on May 28, 2014

get a buddy, maybe some beer, and bleed the brakes. one person pumps the peddle untill it is hard to push in, the other quickly and slightly opens the bleeder valve, if the person pumping the brakes foot hits the floor, the bleeder valve was not closed quick enough. its a litle tricky the first round. but to open and close in one motion is the ideal way. and this will involve shooting brake fluid out. protect your eyes and paint on car.. hold a rag over the top or slip a small hose over the bleeder valve to redirect the direction of the fluid.. or take it to a shop.

2004 Audi TT | Answered on Oct 29, 2013

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