[200q20v] Need help getting to the cruise control ECU

Paul Waterloo pwaterloo at compuserve.com
Sun Nov 26 12:06:41 EST 2000

Never seen the unit before, but like everybody else, I've seen my own
problems. It can be the vacuum pump under the front left fender. Follow the
vacuum lines to it. Many times it can get filled with water. My system
either goes bad or will only pull a small amount of vacuum, so I can't
always keep speed up. But it usually only happens for a day at the most.

Also check the vacuum lines by removing the vacuum "T" and putting a vacuum
pump on it. Make sure that it collapses the control unit and holds it. Then
check the other parts of the system for leaks. However, you'd probably find
it right away if it has a leak.

Paul Waterloo
Applied Energy Services
Phone 708-524-9464
Fax 708-524-0079
Voicemail/pager 888-962-7304
pwaterloo at compuserve.com

----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Bednarski" <stevebednarski at mindspring.com>
To: "Audi200q20v" <200q20v at audifans.com>
Sent: Sunday, November 26, 2000 11:54 AM
Subject: [200q20v] Need help getting to the cruise control ECU

> Thanks for the help so far regarding my non-functioning cruise control on
> 1991 200Q.
> I have read more of the Bentley manual and find a series of helpful tests
> that require obtaining access to the cruise control ECU electrical
> connector.  The Bentley manual shows the cruise control ECU located above
> the glovebox area.  I have removed the glovebox assembly but still can't
> gain access to the ECU.
> Any thoughts?  Help!
> Steve B.
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