A6's MMI dead

Taka Mizutani t44tqtro at gmail.com
Wed Oct 18 08:12:33 EDT 2006

Do you know how illogical it sounds that you insist on attempting
the fix the issue without having any training on diagnostics and service
on this extremely complicated car? Especially considering that the car
is brand-new and under warranty?

Why would you even bother? I can understand if you're out in Nebraska and
the only dealership is 400 miles away or something like that, but I don't
why anyone would attempt a fix when Audi's service department should fix
the issue. If the car is truly a lemon, you want to maximize the number of
days that the car is out of service so you can make a lemon law claim. By
trying to fix stuff yourself without knowing what you're doing, you only
the issue. If you break something, all the more reason for Audi's
customer service (sarcasm intended) to deny a warranty claim.

Sorry if you don't like my response, Brett, but when you're talking about a
car, it's a logical response. I don't appreciate ***PERSONAL ATTACKS ON THE
especially when you ban people from the list unilaterally whenever it
pleases you and
you continually post non-Audi and often non-car-related topics to the list,
as if you are
the exception. That only undermines any respect that others have for you by
having the
rules not apply to yourself.


On 10/18/06, Brett Dikeman <brett at cloud9.net> wrote:
> On Oct 17, 2006, at 11:12 PM, cobram at juno.com wrote:
> > Wow, you really don't like competition, do you.
> Competition?  I asked "how do I reset MMI", and Taka couldn't be
> bothered to do more than state the patently obvious.

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