[BiturboS4] Pre-wired phone
ti at amb.org
Tue Jan 7 20:51:49 EST 2003
Marc A. Abernethy writes:
> I had the phone installed in my car at the time I purchased it. Now I
> live in a different state and no one offers new analog service. So I
> have found someone who wants it. But my dealer, different than the
> dealer that installed it, does not know how to remove it. At first they
> looked around for the module and could not find it. They actually told
> me that just the handset was all you needed. I had a hard time not
> laughing on the phone. Then I made a phone call to another dealer and
> found it is located in the trunk by the CD changer. I called them back
> and they were still unable to get it out. Fed up I just said forget it.
> Does anyone know where it is and how difficult it is to get out? I do
> not have the Bentley CD-ROM. Does anyone know if the phone installation
> is on the Bentley CD?
> At first I was complete flabbergasted at the complete incompetence then
> they replaced my brakes and rotors under warranty. Although, this does
> make me very nervous.
The phone interface cable, which emanates in the trunk to a DB25 connector,
is hidden behind the left side interior panel. I assume you have
the Audi factory phone, and I would guess that this dealer-mounted phone
module would be installed nearby, and plugged into that connector.
Here are some Audiworld tech articles about integrating aftermarket
digital phones into the car, which you should find useful:
2003 A4 1.8T multitronic
2001 S4 biturbo 6-sp
1984 5000S turbo
1980 4000 2.0 5-sp
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