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Re: In persuit if the infamous codes the rev counter jumps to 72
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Kenn Thyrsted Nielsen)
> To: "Ti Kan" <email@example.com>,
> "Douglas Hurst Quebbeman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> "Phil Payne" <email@example.com>
> Cc: "Quattropedia" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: In persuit if the infamous codes the rev counter jumps to 7200rpm, and other anomalies..
> Date: Fri, 2 Jan 1998 15:33:56 +0100
Locating what should be the fuel pump relay:
First of all, you should be aware by now that your car has
several fuse panels, in various locations throughout the car.
The one where the fuel pump relay _always_ seems to be
is under the hood, behind the firewall, usually on the left-
hand side. It is black in color, and it has a plastic cover on it
(also black) which you must remove. Inside, you'll find relays
Inside the panel, there are two rows of relay positions. The
first row numbers the relays 1 - 6. The second row numbers
them from 7 to 11. The relay in position 10 is most likely
your fuel pump relay, regardless of whether it has the place
on top of it in which to insert the fuse which triggers the tests,
or not. My fuel pump relay has the fuse slot, but the slot is
not functional. I would not doubt that in later model years,
as a cost-savings measure, Audi eliminated the "fused" relay.
After all, a mechanic will most likely have one available to
use while _they_ test the car!
Once you've found the relay, remove it, and examine it for
an Audi and/or Bosch part number. Then, post the part
number here, and perhaps we can compare it to what
we have to see if it is, indeed, a fuel pump relay.
> that the Danish distributor will answer any question i might have. All they
> would tell me was:
> "Engine Code JY.. thats an 2,2litre 182 hp, not a model sold here. -No point
> in giving me the Chassis number i can't tell you anything more" (*#@!)
Well, you might find that people here on the list can tell you things
about your car that neither Audi nor the dealer feel inclined to
share, and the starting point for telling this information is for us
to know the VIN (or at least, all of the VIN except perhaps the last
four digits, in case you have some concerns about publicly posting
It's found on the dashboard, and can be seen outside the car when
looking in through the windshield at the dash.
> But how do i check the ECU-version, and where is it placed.
> There is a Bosch-box placed left under the rear seat, but it only has a
> WV-number and a serial # on it.
That is the ABS computer. You'll find the ECU on the passenger side
of the car, behind a carpeted panel on the right side of the
floorboard, at what would be the passemger's feet.
> I suppose that when you're talking about KH,MC or MB etc. -engines it means
> that the enginenumber starts with the letters KH,MC or MB etc. or am i way
> off ?
You are correct!
-Douglas Hurst Quebbeman (email@example.com) [Call me "Doug"]
74 100LS Auto, 77 100LS Auto, 84 Coupe GT, 86 5Kcstq
"The large print giveth, and the small print taketh away." -Tom Waits