FW: FW: Cabriolet question
lindgre at online.no
Tue Aug 6 19:38:12 EDT 2002
Ok, now I understand.
On the 92 I had, the trunk locked as soon as I pushed the button that
pops the cover. Then again, my car had a manually operated top, but I
guess the models with the power tops should lock automatically as well.
If you have to get out and manually lock the trunk to get the top down,
part of the power operation benefit is ruined.
Beer, Jerald wrote:
>Thx for response. I don't want to open the trunk, I just want it unlocked,
>or more correctly, locked and unlocked with the doors. If I normally lock it
>only with the doors, I have to go out and put the trunk in the "lock only "
>position with the key (key opening vertical) and then get back in the car
>and take down the top (I guess unless I leave the doors locked and climb out
>through the open window, since unlocking the door to get out automatically
>unlocks the trunk!). This vertical key position prevents the trunk from
>locking and unlocking with the doors. In its infinite wisdom, Audi got rid
>of this feature by 97. I know since I have one of those too!!!! I have never
>had a problem with the 97. I understand the wisdom of not opening the trunk
>when putting back the top, but not the interlocking feature. I know there
>has to be a switch or relay that tells the system the trunk is locked which
>in theory is defeatable................
>Jerry 91 200qa
>I dont know how to disable it, but the reason for this is so you wont
>open the trunk lid when the hood cover is open. This way, you'll quickly
>dent the lid and chip the paint on the hood cover. Why do you want to
>open the trunk when the hood cover is open anyways? It will only move a
>few millimeters before they crash together.
>Beer, Jerald wrote:
>>>I have both a 97 an a 94. The 94 has a trunk interlock which prevents
>>>the top from going down unless the trunk is locked. Is there a
>>>fuse/relay to remove to defeat this annoying feature?? The 97
>>>thankfully does not have it. I know this one is a bit obscure, but I
>>>have my faith in the Qlist!! TIA Regards,
>>>gsfent at prodigy.net
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