Bought my first audi - 200q20v!
auditony at gmail.com
Sun Jul 6 11:02:17 PDT 2008
I believe the fuse for it is also in conjunction with a few other
things. I have a 4kQ with a trip computer in it that's actually burned
up, so that might be the problem as well. There are also quite a few
issues with the instrument clusters from that time frame. You might
want to take it apart and check for crachs at the solder joints. If
there is one particular area of Audi's of that time, it's the
electronics, Particularly the instrument clusters and Bose sound
systems. However, once fixed correctly, you should have no problems
with them. Ingo did a writeup on them in the past, you may search the
archives for it.
Oh, and you may want to trim the excess off your posts. Otherwise, it
costs extra $$ for the bandwidth.
On Sun, Jul 6, 2008 at 11:11 AM, robert weinberg
<centaurus3200 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hey Bob,
> small world, eh? the 200q20v is just a far better built car than the SHO. probably too complicated with regards to the electrical than necessary, but the audi is built like a tank. the doors yclose like a bank vault!
> the SHO creaked and rattled all over the place. it was fun - dynoed 211HP to the front wheels (so, about 250HP at the crank). no bad for a normally aspirated 3.0L V6 with minor bolt ons.
> i'm looking forward to getting the audi dialed in. the one thing that is annoying is the trip computer/boost guage doesn't work. is that common? the previous owner said it had no boost leaks (he did a lot of work himself). i noticed he had a VDO boost guage in the glove compartment. i have no idea if he used it temporarily to check boost.
> i need to get the bently manual - is there a fuse for the trip computer?
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