90 200tq 10v - Total loss of electrical power
Brian K. Ullrich
bullrich at ullrichsys.com
Sun Nov 22 10:41:31 PST 2009
<sheepish grin> It was exactly that. Once I went home and got my tools, I
went back, put my meter on the battery.all good. I had the key in the
ignition, and when I wiggled the battery, everything lit up. Loose ground
cable. Looked for all the world like it had a good connection. Tightened it
down and we're in business.
Feel like a dork. :-)
From: rbade12 at aol.com [mailto:rbade12 at aol.com]
Sent: Sunday, November 22, 2009 11:47 AM
To: bullrich at ullrichsys.com; quattro at audifans.com; v8 at audifans.com;
200q20v at audifans.com
Subject: Re: 90 200tq 10v - Total loss of electrical power
I'd guess a major loss of ground. Battery still have juice?
From: Brian K. Ullrich <bullrich at ullrichsys.com>
To: quattro at audifans.com; 'v8audi' <v8 at audifans.com>; '200q20V mailing list'
<200q20v at audifans.com>
Sent: Sun, Nov 22, 2009 11:42 am
Subject: 90 200tq 10v - Total loss of electrical power
Update on my '90 200tq project. I got everything back together underside and
the car is tight. Runs well, but has a weird buck at 1.7bar. Also, seems to
idle a little rough and probably rich as it failed an emissions test this
morning. All that is minor right now.
The REAL head-scratcher is that on the way back from the inspection station,
I stopped at a convenience store, and when I came back out, there was no
electrical power in the car at all. Turned the key; nothing. No accessory
power, no lights, nada. It is like there is no battery in the car.
So, the car is stuck at the store, my shop manuals are behind locked doors
at the wrench's shop, and I'm stumped. Any ideas?
200q20v mailing list http://www.audifans.com/mailman/listinfo/200q20v
More information about the 200q20v