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Re: automatic climate control display
from the manual:
"At low ambient temperatures, (below about 41F (+-5C)) the
air conditioner compressor shuts off automatically. The compressor
cannot be switched on again in this case, even by pressing the *
(happened to have my manual at work today since i had to photocopy
the alarm section for my insurance company)
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> I hope you Audi gurus out there can shed some light on the following:
> The automatic climate control display on my A4Q has changed as follows:
> i) When I first got the car (ie. January 5, 1996) and pressed the 'AUTO'
> button, the 'snowflake' on the automatic climate control display was not
> illuminated indicating that the compressor was not engaged.
> ii) When I now drive the car (ie. On or after January 17) and press the
> 'AUTO' button, the 'snowflake' on the automatic climate control display is
> illuminated indicating that the compressor is engaged.
> iii) To this end:
> a) Why the sudden change in the automatic climate control display?
> b) Which automatic climate control display is correct?
> c) How does weather conditions (ie. Humidity, temperature, etc.)
> effect the compressor setting when the 'AUTO' button is pressed?
> d) How can I check that the climate control is working properly?