pjrose at frontiernet.net
Mon Aug 11 22:07:10 EDT 2003
At 11:08 AM -0700 8/11/03, Steve Scalmanini wrote:
>That's the symptom I've been getting for 6 months or so.
>Thanks for the diagnosis. How is the modulator accessed
>and where exactly is it? I can't find it in the family
>album. (And pleeease, Audi Goddess, don't make me remove
>the dashboard top to get to the modulator.)
Just who are you calling an "Audi Goddess"? < g >
Anyway, after assuming "the position" (head in footwell), remove the
carpeted console side-panel (one screw) on passenger side. Then you
need to remove the several (or more) screws that fasten the plastic
trim panel (and footwell light) located below the glovebox.
Ultimately, you reach the modulator unit, which is tape-wrapped to
the passenger footwell duct--just about in line (i.e., above) where
the passenger's left toe would be.
>And where did you get a new one and for what price?
It was donated.
>In my car, the symptom was that the CD would always play OK at
>first--for about 5 minutes--then faded out to static. Replaced
>the modulator and solved the problem.
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