The power seats were unaffected as well. Cheers Reply With Quote 05-14-201505:40 AM #10 tedbrefflon View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Active Member One Ring Join Date Mar 24 2015 AZ Member # Also, make sure that you mark the locations of the four securing bolts otherwise, when you go to attach the subframe, your door will not close... As this is all that is wrong with the car getting buying a new CCU was not an option, although I will keep my eye out for a 2nd hand unit. this contact form
After this is when I noticed none of my dome lights work. Talk about it here. The power for the interior lights comes from pin 4, on connector 1 going into the CCU (located under the passenger floor). It's easy! my site
I also haven't checked if the alarm goes off when you open the doors, as it may sense a voltage drop from the CCU when you open the doors....but as the I stripped out the door card and checked the wiring for chaffing. All trademarks of Audi AG are acknowledged.This is an Audi A2 enthusiasts' site and is NOT an official Audi site. Kept it super clean?
Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? I'd say it's going to be the door switch. No, create an account now. Audi A4 B6 Ccm Location Add to Want to watch this again later?
Audizine is not endorsed by or affiliated with Audi AG. Register Help Remember Me? Audi A4 Interior Light Fuse Options - Pearl Effect Azure Blue, Sports seats with electric lumbar support, Opensky, Front/Back Leather Pearl Nappa, Leather Controls pack, Boot CD changer, Floorbox, DIS, Aluminium pack, Multi-Function Steering Wheel, Winter none of them worked). http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php/621974-Audi-A4-B6-interior-lights-not-working To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
I then disconnected this last plug (its light brown in colour) and refitted the fuse. Audi A4 B7 Interior Lights Fuse The comments and all the rest © 1997-2012 Audifans.net You can syndicate our news using the file backend.php. This gives the +12V output that's missing from the car when the fault shows itself, but could still be a faulty lead, connector contact, dry joint or a number of other My car is a 2002 1.4 TDI, so this may/may not apply to other models.
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By doing this you have now bypassed the CCU, and wired the interior lights to a fused +12v source. weblink Good luck! Theme designed by Audentio Design. You can read about them here.X LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading... Audi A4 B5 Interior Lights Not Working
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Great to hear you had some success. Audi A4 Dome Light Not Working The next thing I did was to connect my test meter between fuse 14 (not the live side) and ground and reconnect each plug in turn until the short re-appeared. According to the manual the windows are controlled by Fuse 14 and a check showed that it had blown, a replacement fuse blew immediately.
I've already extracted the CCM (it's under the LHS front carpet), and shortly afterwards miraculously it started to work, but when I put it all back together it lasted about 5 For official up to date information on any of there vehicles, please visit the official websites. Check the fuses and if that's not the problem check the headlight switch. Audi A4 B8 Interior Light Fuse Mike Reply With Quote 12-01-201405:05 PM #7 mikethebike3 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Active Member One Ring Join Date Nov 30 2014 AZ Member #
Either replace the lock mech or fix. Also check the connectors in the boots at the door hinges for damage or a short. Any help would be appreciated. his comment is here when the +12V out was missing!
I've been living with this problem for years and not bothered looking in to it as it doesn't seam to be an easy fix. Posted December 7, 2010 doesn't sound like a relay problem.
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