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Re: Audi 200T outside temp sensor, rear fog lights short
I believe the outside temp sensor is in front of the radiator on this car.
As far as the fog light, sounds like the dreaded trunk wiring problem
(check for broken wires near the hinge where the harness bends)
Hope this helps...
> From: John Zacharek <ZachareJ@mailbox.hscsyr.edu>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Audi 200T outside temp sensor, rear fog lights short
> Date: Tuesday, July 01, 1997 1:53 PM
> My '90 Audi 200 T has two peculiar problems. First, the outside
> temperature through the climate control system always reads more than
> 125F. Since I live in Upstate NY, it doesn't take an Einstein to know
> this is wrong. Where is the sensor located, and does anyone know how
> much they run or how hard they are to replace.
> Also, the switch to my rear fogs does not work. The rear fogs are
> always on when I have either the parking or regular head lights on.
> They're only supposed to work with headlights on. More peculiar is
> the fact that the fuse which controls the rear fogs is blown. Put a
> fuse in, and it blows immediately. Short somewhere I know, but who
> knows where. Any thoughts or ideas?
> -John Z.
> '90 200 (88K)
> '87 4000S (170K+)
> '86 5000S (165K)