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My audi 2ltr a6 2006 modle has ignition and battery and will bump start but nothing happens when turn key

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agrundy

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SOURCE: 1996 audi a4 ignition kill switch wont recognise car keys

HI,MARK,THE SIGNAL FROM YOUR KEY IS NOT GETTING TO YOUR IMMOBILIZER.THE PROBLEM IS MORE LIKELY AT THE PLUG ON THE READER COIL ON THE IGNITION.YOU WILL HAVE TO BEND THOSE TERMINALS SLIGHTLY CLOSED AND INSULATE THE WIRES SEPERATELY.THIS FEATURE IS PART OF THE VEHICLES SYSTEM UNFORTUNATELY,ANDY

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: I have a 96 audi a6 and the key is now stuck in

I have 96 Audi A6 too. It's the problem of heart of ignition. It won't go back to the original position so your key will not be able to pull out. I had this problem before. I have to bring the car back to dealer to change the switch. It costs about $300. This is after about 5 years of the new car. The replacement lasts about another 5 years. My key got stuck again. I had to change it 2nd time. It is good so far.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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SOURCE: audi tt 180, 2000 imobiliser problem

I have the same problem. Short term answer for me is to disconnect battery for 30 seconds and then the car will start. I have the infamous dashpod problem and the keys and eveything are coded into the dashpod so I'm hoping when I get mne replaced the immobilser problem will go to,at least the guys who work on my car reckon so.
With the regular need to disconnect he battery I leave the three screws for the battery cover finger tight and the battery contact loose enough to wriggle off. I can do it start to finish in a couple of minutes but is a mjor pain still.

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

Cary

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SOURCE: My 1996 Audi A4 1.8 manual, does not want to start

Either your clutch safety switch has gone bad, or the starter is defective.
Remove the plug for the safety switch(on the pedal bracket next to the clutch pedal). Jump the wires together, try to start.
If it doesn't start, you will need to check out the starter

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: audi A4 key will not come out after turning engine off

I had this as well, but you just have to wait a second. You can't remove it to quickly, the car takes a second to essentially unlatch the key.

Posted on Nov 08, 2009

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I have the same problem. Short term answer for me is to disconnect battery for 30 seconds and then the car will start. I have the infamous dashpod problem and the keys and eveything are coded into the dashpod so I'm hoping when I get mne replaced the immobilser problem will go to,at least the guys who work on my car reckon so.
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