Audi TT 8J (2006 to 2014) – Fuse Box Location and Fuses List

October 11, 2018 in Audi TT, Audi TT 8J (2006 to 2014)

The Audi TT 8J (2006 – 2014) have 2 fuse boxes location. One on dashboard driver side and one in the engine compartment – Scroll down to see how to access them and the fuses list.

 

 

1- Fuse box in the Dashboard driver’s side

To access the fuse box located on the driver’s side of the dashboard, open the driver’s door and remove the side dash cover, pushing it.

Audi TT 8J Fuse Box Diagram – Dashboard driver’s side

Description

A Description
1 10 Engine relay, fuel tank control unit, Airbag Off light, light switch (switch illumination), diagnostic connector
2 5 ABS, ASR, ESP, brake light switch
3 5 AFS headlight (left)
4 5 Oil level sensor (extended maintenance interval) (WIV), tire pressure monitoring system, switch for Electronic Stability Program (ESP), AFS headlights (control unit), A/С system (pressure sensor), backup light switch
5 5/10 Automatic headlight range control, AFS headlight (right) / manual headlight range control, halogen headlights
6 5 Control unit for CAN data transfer (gateway), electromechanical steering, automatic transmission shift gate
7 5 Acoustic Park Assist, automatic dipping interior rear view mirror, garage door opener, heatable windshield washer nozzles, washer pump, wind deflector relay (Roadster)
8 5 Haldex clutch
9 5 Control unit Audi magnetic ride
10 5 Airbag control unit
11 5/10 Mass airflow sensor, crankcase heating
12 10 Door control unit (central locking driver/passenger)
13 10 Diagnostic connector
14 5 Rain sensor, automatic transmission shift gate
15 5 Roof light (interior lighting)
16 10 A/С system (control unit)
17 5 Tire pressure monitoring system (control unit)
18 Not used
19 Not used
20 Not used
21 10 Fuel injectors (gasoline engine)
22 30 Wind deflector (Roadster)
23 20 Horn
24 15 Transmission (control unit)
25 30/20 Heater rear window Coupe/heated rear window Roadster
26 30 Driver’s side power window
27 30 Passenger’s side power window
28 Not used
29 15 Washer pump
30 20 Cigarette lighter
31 40 Starter
32 5 Steering column module
33 5 Instrument cluster
34 15 Radio navigation system, radio
35 30 Audio amplifier
36 10 Engine (control unit)
37 5 CAN (Gateway)
38 Not used
39 Not used
40 Not used
41 Not used
42 Not used
43 Not used
44 Not used
45 Not used
46 Not used
47 5 SDARS tuner, cell phone package, TV tuner
48 5 VDA interface
49 5 Not used

2- Fuse box in the engine compartment- left side

To access the fuse box located in the engine compartment, release the fuse cover on left side.

Audi TT 8J Fuse Box Diagram – Engine compartment- left side

Description

Fuse holder (black)

A
Description
1 Not used
2 Not used
3 Not used
4 Not used
5 5 Anti-theft warning system (sensor), anti-theft warning system (horn)
6 30 Headlamp washer system
7 15/10 Electric fuel pumps (supply)/volume control valve
8 30 Windshield wipers
9 25 Heated seats (driver and passenger)
10 10 Lumbar support (driver and passenger)
11 Not used
12 40 Ventilation blower
Fuse holder (brown)
1 15 Fuel pump (6-cylinder)
2 10 O2 sensors (6-cylinder)
3 5 Mass airflow sensor (6-cylinder)
4 10 O2 sensors (6-cylinder)
5 5 Relay coil relay volume control valve (4-cylin-der)
6 10 Secondary air pump valve (6-cylinder), O2 sensors (4-cylinder)
7 10 Positioning valves pre-wired engine harness
8 20/30 Ignition coils (4-cylinder)/ignition coils (6-cylinder)
9 25 Engine (control unit)
10 10 Water pump delayed-off
11 5 Feed (clutch pedal, brake pedal)
12 10 Activated charcoal filter/charge pressure control valve (4-cylinder)

The instructions in this tutorial will work in the following model years:

2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 – Audi TT 8J Petrol (1.8 and 2.0 TFSI, 3.2 Quattro) and Diesel (2.0 TDI), RS Engines.

Audi A4, A6, A8 – 1997 to 2000 – 2.4, 2.6, 2.8 – Petrol Engines – Scheduled Plan

October 10, 2018 in Audi A4 B5 (1994 to 2001), Audi A6 C5 (1997 to 2005), Audi A8 D2 (1994 to 2002), Scheduled Service / Maintenance Plans

All you need to know to service your Audi A4 B5, A6 C5 and A8 D2 (years 1997 to 2000) with petrol engines, according to the Official Audi Service Schedule Interval Plan / Scheduled Maintence Servicing.

All the information in this article is in accordance with the Service Schedule Intervals Plan specified by Audi. Nevertheless, you should allways confirm with your car owners manual before any servicing.

Every one year or 12.000 kms / 7.500 miles schedule service interval:

  1. Change engine oil and oil filter
  2. Check Fluid Levels
  3. Clean Plenum Water Valve
  4. Check Auto-Shift Lock
  5. Reset the service reminder
  6. Manual transmission – check shift and clutch interlock

Additionally every 24.000 km / 15.000 miles schedule service interval:

  1. Check Battery level
  2. Replace Dust/Pollen Filter
  3. Checking and adjusting the level Cooling System
  4. Checking and adjusting Wiper & Washer System
  5. Gearbox, power train, drive shafts – check for oil leaks and play – In event of leakage from the gearbox, check the gearbox oil level
  6. Clean and lube rails of Sliding Roof
  7. Check lubricant on Transmission Final Drive(s)
  8. Check Brake System
  9. Check DTC memory – OBD
  10. Exterior lights: Check all lights and replace if needed

Additionally every 48.000 km / 30.000 miles schedule service interval:

  1. Replace the engine Air filter cleaner (ACL) and clean the engine air filter housing
  2. Replace the Engine Spark Plugs
  3. Replace the Brake Oil fluid
  4. Change Oil Haldex clutch, only Audi TT Quattro
  5. Replace  Spark Plugs

This maintenance plan is suitable for the following model years:

– 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000 – Audi A4 B5 Petrol Engines (2.4, 2.6 and 2.8)
– 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000 Audi A6 C5 Petrol Engines (2.4, 2.6 and 2.8)
– 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000 Audi A8 D2 Petrol Engines (2.4, 2.6 and 2.8)

Audi A6 C7 (2011 to 2018) – Fuse Box Location and Fuses List

August 29, 2018 in Audi A6 C7 (2011 to 2018)

The Audi A6 C7 (2011 – 2018) have 3 fuse boxes location. Two on dashboard passenger and driver side and one in the luggage compartment – Scroll down to see how to access them and the fuses list.

 

1- Fuse box in the Dashboard driver’s side

To access the fuse box located on the driver’s side of the dashboard, open the driver’s door and remove the side dash cover, pushing it.

 

Audi A6 C7 Fuse Box Diagram – Dashboard driver’s side

Description

Fuse panel A (black)

Equipment
1 Electromechanical power steering, trailer hitch, ionizer, switch strip, seat heating (rear), electromechanical parking brake
2 Horn, climate control system, Gateway, automatic dimming interior rearview mirror
3
4 Parking aid, headlight range adjustment
5 Dynamic steering, Electronic Stabilization Control (ESC)
6 Headlights
7 Adaptive cruise control
8 Front passenger’s seat sensors, airbag
9 Gateway
10 Engine sound, night vision assist, garage door opener (HomeLink), parking aid
11 Video camera image processing
12 Headlights
13 Steering column switch module
14 Terminal 15 (luggage compartment)
15 Terminal 15 (engine compartment)
16 Starter
Fuse panel B (brown)
1 Infotainment
2 Infotainment
3 Front passenger’s seat
4
5 Airbag, Electronic Stabilization Control (ESC)
6 Anti-theft alarm system
7 Electromechanical parking brake
8 Interior lights
9 Windshield video camera heating, light/rain sensor
10 Lumbar support (driver’s seat)
11 Driver’s seat
12 Electronic stabilization control
13 Horn
14 Headlights
15 Front seat heating
16 Dynamic steering
Fuse panel C (red)
1 Clutch pedal
2 Fuel pump
3 Brake light sensor
4 AdBlue (diesel engine)/engine acoustics
5 Rear door
6 Front door
7 Electronic stabilization control
8 Windshield wiper motor
9 Headlight washer system
10 Interior lighting, climate control system
11 Headlights
12 Sunroof

2- Fuse box in the Dashboard passenger’s side

To access the fuse box located on the passenger’s side of the dashboard, you must have the passenger’s door open and remove the side dash cover.

Audi A6 C7 Fuse Box Diagram – Dashboard passenger’s side

Description

Fuse panel A (black)

Equipment
1 Infotainment, CD changer
2 Infotainment (display)
Fuse panel B (brown)
1 Climate control system
2 Climate control system (blower)
3 Diagnostic interface
4 Electrical ignition lock
5 Electronic steering column lock
6 Steering column switch module
7 Power steering column adjustment
8 Light switch
9 Head-up display
10 Instrument cluster
11 Infotainment, DVD changer

3- Fuse box in Luggage Compartment right / trunk

To access the fuse box located on the luggage compartment you should remove the right side trunk trim and open the fuse cover.

Audi A6 C7 Fuse Box Diagram – Luggage Compartment right

Description

Fuse panel A (black)
Equipment
1 Trailer hitch/220 volt socket
2 Trailer hitch/climatized cup holder
3 Trailer hitch/adjusting front passenger’s seat from the rear
4 Electromechanical parking brake
5 Electromechanical parking brake
6 Front door (front passenger’s side)
7 Rear exterior lighting
8 Central locking, closing aid
9 Seat heating (front)
10
11 Seat heating (rear), climate control system
12 Trailer hitch
Fuse panel B (red)
1 Left safety belt tensioner
2 Right safety belt tensioner
3 AdBlue tank (diesel engine)/fuel pump
4 AdBlue tank (diesel engine)/engine mount (gasoline engine)
5 Sensor-controlled luggage compartment lid
6 Air suspension, adaptive dampers
7 Rear door (front passenger’s side)
8 Tail lights
9 Luggage compartment lid
10 Rear seat entertainment
11
12 Rear spoiler (Sportback), tilt/open sunroof, Panorama glass roof
Fuse panel C (brown)
1 Infotainment
2 Infotainment
3 Infotainment, automatic dimming interior rearview mirror
4
5 TV tuner
6 Tank leak detection system
7 Sockets
8 Parking heater
9
10 Lumbar support (front passenger’s seat)
11
12 Infotainment
Fuse panel D (black)
1 Air suspension, adaptive dampers, sport differential, electromechanical parking brake
2 Clutch pedal position sensor/automatic transmission
3 Seats
4 Rear wiper(Avant)
5 Side assist
6 Engine sound
7 Infotainment/sound amplifier
8 Gateway
9 Sport differential
10 Climate control system
11 Tire pressure monitoring system/parking heater
12 Start-Stop-System
Fuse panel E (black)
1 Special purpose vehicles/rear seats
Fuse panel F (black)
1 Rear window defogger

The instructions in this tutorial will work in the following model years:

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 – Audi A6 C7 Petrol (1.8, 2.0 and 3.0 TFSI, 2.8 FSI) and Diesel (2.0 TDI and 3.0 TDI), S6, RS6 Engines.

Audi A2 (1999 to 2005) – Fuse Box Location and Fuses List

August 27, 2018 in Audi A2

The Audi A2 (1999 – 2005) have one fuse box located on driver’s footwell – Scroll down to see how to access them and the fuses list.

 

1- Fuse box of driver’s footwell

To access the fuse box located on the driver’s footwell, open the driver’s door and pull up floor covering in driver’s footwell.

Push the fuxe box cover as shown in the figure.

Audi A2 Fuse Box Diagram – driver’s footwell

Description


Designation A
A Multi-function steering wheel fuse (S326) 1
В Additional heater fuse (S126) 60
C Radiator fan control unit fuse (S142) 40
1 Control unit with display in dash panel insert 10
2 Navigation interface RadioVoltage stabiliser 2Aerial selection control unitOperating electronics control unit, navigationNavigation/TV tunerAmplifier 20
3 Voltage stabiliser 20
4 Radiator fanRadiator fan thermo-switch 20
6 Automatic intermittent wash/wipe relay
Washer pump switch
Intermittent wiper switch
25
7 Hazard warning light relay 15
8 Dual tone horn relay Horn/dual tone hom
Sliding sunroof adjustment control unit
25
10 Trailer socket 30
11 12 V socket 20
12 Cigarette lighter 15
13 Heated driver’s seat regulatorHeated front passenger’s seat regulator 15
14 Low heat output relay 30
14 Heater control unit 20
15 Air соnditioning system/Climatronic operating and display unit
Heated rear window
Heated rear window relay
30
16 Fresh air blower switch
Fresh air blower control unit
30
18 Fuel pump (pre-supply pump) 20
19 Lambda probe heaterLambda probe 1 heater, downstream of catalytic
converter
Activated charcoal filter system solenoid valve 1 (pulsed)
NOx
sensor control unit
20
20 4LV (injection system) control unit
Ignition
coil -1- with output stage
Ignition coil -2- with output stage
Ignition
coil -3- with output stage
Ignition coil -4- with output stage
20
22 Twin filament bulb for headlight, left 10
23 Bulb check warning unitHeadlight range control motor, right
Twin filament bulb for headlight, right
15
24 Bulb check warning unitHeadlight range control motor, left
Twin filament bulb for headlight, left
15
25 Mobile telephone operating electronics control unit
Telephone/telem atics control unit
Aerial amplifier, mobile telephone
5
26 Bulb check warning unit
Tail light bulb, right
Side light bulb, right
5
27 Bulb check warning unit
Tail light bulb, left
Side light bulb, left
5
28 Diagnostic connector 10
29 Diagnostic connector Reversing light switch 15
30 Brake light switch 10
31 Brake light switchHeater element (crankcase breather) (MPI engine, diesel engine)Air mass meterLow heat output relayHigh heat output relayCruise control system switchRadiator fan control unitAdditional air heater control unitExhaust gas recirculation valve 10
32 Glove box lightNumber plate light, left
Number plate light, right
10
33 Heater element, left washer jet
Heater element, right washer jet
5
34 Hazard warning light relay 10
35 Rear left fog light bulbFront and rear fog light switch 15
36 Anti-theft alarm system hornAir соnditioning system /Climatronic operating and display unitHeated rear window relayTank filler flap remote release switchInterior monitor switchConvenience system central control unit 10
37 Navigation system with CD drive control unit
Parking aid control unit
10
38 Automatic anti-dazzle interior mirror 10
38 Compressor regulating valve, air conditioning
system
Heated rear window relay
Fresh air/air recirculating flap
switch
Operating electronics control unit, navigation
Electronic manual
gearbox control unit
Parking aid control unit
Power steering control
unit
Navigation system with CD drive control unit
Telephone/telematics
control unit
Ignition key withdrawal lock control unit
Additional
heating button (ECON)AmplifierHazard warning light switch
10
39 Door control unit, front passenger’s side
Door control unit, rear right
10
40 Traction соntrol system warning lamp
Traction control system switch
ABS with EDL control unit
Steering angle sender
10
41 Door control unit, driver’s side
Door control unit, rear left
10
42 Anti-theft alarm ultra-sonic sensorConvenience system central control unit 10
43 Electronic manual gearbox control unit 10
44 Ignition key withdrawal lock solenoid valve
Electronic manual gearbox control unit
Handbrake warning lam p control
unit
Ignition key withdrawal lock control unit
10
45 Injector, cylinder 1Injector, cylinder 2
Injector, cylinder 3
Injector, cylinder 4Heater elem ent (crankcase breather) (FSI engine)Fuel pressure regulating valveInlet cam shaft tim ing adjustment valve -1-Fuel metering valveIntake manifold flap air flow control valve
Map-controlled engine cooling thermostat
15
Relays
1 Consumer switch -off relay (J511)
4 High heat output relay (J360)
5 Dual tone horn relay (J4)
6 Bulb check warning unit (K41)
7 Bulb check warning unit (K41)
8 Low heat output relay (J359)
9 X contact relief relay (J59)

The instructions in this tutorial will work in the following model years:
1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005 – Audi A2 Petrol (1.4 and 1.6 FSI) and Diesel (1.2 TDI and 1.4 TDI).

Audi A6 C5 (1997 to 2005) – Fuse Box Location and Fuses List

August 20, 2018 in Audi A6 C5 (1997 to 2005)

The Audi A6 C5 (1997 – 2005) have one fuse box of the  dashboard driver side – Scroll down to see how to access them and the fuses list.

1- Fuse box in the Dashboard driver’s side

To access the fuse box located on the driver’s side of the dashboard, open the driver’s door and remove the side dash cover, pushing it.

 

Audi A6 C5 Fuse Box Diagram – Dashboard driver’s side

Description

No.
A
Fused function
1 5 Heater element, left washer jet
Heater element, right washer jet
2 10 Hazard warning light switch
3 5 Glove box light
4 5 Number plate light
5 10 Oil level/oil temperature sender
Compressor regulating valve, air conditioning system
High pressure sender
Tiptronic switch
Tyre pressure monitor control unit
Bulb monitoring device
Mobile phone operating electronics control unit
Control and display unit for air conditioner/Climatronic
Air quality sensor
Navigation system with CD drive control unit
Self-levelling suspension control unit
Operating unit to control suspension height
Telephone/telematics control unit
Control unit for voice control
Parking aid control unit
Rear roller blind switch
6 5 Central locking control unit
7 10 ABS control unit
Steering angle sender
TCS/ESP button
Cruise control system brake pedal switch (diesel direct injection system)
Clutch pedal switch
8 5 Telephone/telematics control unit
Control unit for voice control
9 10 Heated exterior mirror, driver’s side Heated exterior mirror, front passenger’s side
10 5 Headlight range control, control unit
11 5 Automatic anti-dazzle interior mirror
12 10 Diagnosis connection
13 10 Brake light switch Brake light bulbs
14 10 Central locking control unit
Memory operating unit, driver’s seat
Memory operating unit, front passenger’s seat
Luggage compartment release switch
Interior monitor switch
15 10 Control unit with display in dash panel insert
Solar cell isolation relay
Navigation system with CD drive control
unit
Mirror memory control unit
Auxiliary heating radio controlled receiver
16 5 Steering angle sender
17 10 Tyre pressure monitor control unit
Self-levelling suspension control unit
Two-way radio switch
Parking aid control unit
18 10 Main beam bulb, right
Main beam warning lamp
19 10 Main beam bulb, left
20 15 Dipped beam bulb, right
Headlight range control motor, right
21 15 Dipped beam bulb, left
Headlight range control motor, left
22 5 Side light bulb, right
Tail light bulb, right
23 5 Side light bulb, left
Tail light bulb, left
24 25 Automatic intermittent wash/wipe relay
Intermittent wiper control
25 30 Control and display unit for air
conditioner/Climatronic
Solar cell isolation relay
Fresh air blower
Magnetic coupling relay
Auxiliary heater relay
26 30 Control and display unit for air
conditioner/Climatronic
Heated rear window switch
27 15 Heated steering wheel
Rear window wiper motor
28 20 Fuel pump (pre-supply pump)
Fuel pump control unit
Fuel pump relay
29 30
20
Ignition coil with output stage (engine code BAS)
Motronic control unit (engine code BAS)
Output stage
Ignition coil with output stage
Motronic control unit
Camshaft timing adjustment valves
30 20 Sliding sunroof adjustment control unit
31 15 Starter inhibitor and reversing light relay
Hazard warning light switch
Reversing light switch
Diagnosis connection
Multi-function switch
Ignition cut-off delay relay
Automatic gearbox control unit
32 20 Injectors
Cruise control system switch
33 15 Cigarette lighter
Cigarette lighter, rear
34 15 Secondary air pump relay
Solenoid valves
Secondary air inlet valve
Turbocharger divert air valve
Air mass meter
Heater for lambda probes
Intake manifold change-over valve
35 30 Trailer socket
36 15 Front and rear fog light switch
37 20 Radio
Amplifier with bass loudspeaker
Aerial selection
control unit
Operating electronics control unit, navigation
Navigation/TV tuner
Navigation interface
Chip card reader unit
38 20 Central locking control unit
39 15 Hazard warning light switch
40 25 Dual tone horn relay
41 25 Relay for ABS solenoid valves (allroad models)
42 25 ABS control unit
43 5 Radio
Operating electronics control unit, navigation
44 30 Auxiliary heater relay
Solar cells isolation relay 2
Heated driver’s seat regulator
Heated front passenger’s seat regulator
Heated rear left seat switch with
regulator
Heated rear right seat switch with regulator

The instructions in this tutorial will work in the following model years:

1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005 – Audi A6 C5 Petrol (1.8, 2.0, 2.4, 2.4 Quattro, 2.7, 2.7 Quattro, 2.8, 2.8 Quattro, 3.0, 3.0 Quattro, 4.2 V8, RS6 Quattro) and Diesel (1.9 TDI and 2.5 TDI) Engines, S6.

Audi A1 8X (2010 to 2018) – Fuse Box Location and Fuses List

August 15, 2018 in Audi A1

The Audi A1 8X (2010 – 2018 ) have 2 fuse box. One one the passenger side of the  dashboard  and other on the driver side – Scroll down to see how to access them and the fuses list.

1- Fuse box in the Dashboard driver’s side

To access the fuse box located on the driver’s side of the dashboard, open the driver’s door and remove the side dash cover, pushing it.

Audi A1 8X Fuse Box Diagram – Dashboard driver’s side

Description

No. A Function/component
Black
1 30 Digital sound package control unit -J525-
Voltage stabiliser -J532-
Radio -R-
2 40 Heater control unit -J65-
X-contact relief relay -J59-
Fresh air blower control unit -J126-
Fresh air blower -V2-
3 20 Cigarette lighter -U1-
12 V socket -U5-
4 15 Trailer detector control unit -J345-
5 5 Data bus diagnostic interface -J533-
6 30 Front passenger door control unit -J387-
Rear right door control unit -J389-
7 30 Driver door control unit -J386-
Rear left door control unit -J388-
8 30 Heated rear window relay -J9-
Heated rear window -Z1-
9 25 ABS control unit -J104-
10 20 Onboard supply control unit -J519-
11 15 High tone horn -H2-
Low tone horn -H7-
Horn relay -J413-
12 30 Onboard supply control unit -J519-
Brown
1 5 Alarm horn -H12-
Anti-theft alarm
sensor -G578-
2 5 6)3)
7.5 1)2)4)5)7)
Terminal 30 voltage supply relay -J317-9)
Motronic current supply relay -J271-8)
Engine control unit -J623-
3 5 Onboard supply control unit -J519-
4 5

15 10)

ABS control unit -J104-
Voltage stabiliser 2 -J570-
All-wheel drive control unit -J492-23)
5 Vacant
6 5 Light/rain sensor -G397-
Aerial amplifier for mobile telephone -R86-
Telephone bracket -R126-
Front roof module -WX3-
7 15 8)
20 9)
Fuel pump control unit -J538-8)
Fuel pump relay -J17-9)
8 10 8) Auxiliary coolant pump relay -J496-, up to October 2014
9 5 Steering column electronics control unit -J527-
10 5 Light switch -E1-
11 10 Climatronic control unit -J255-
Air conditioning system control unit -J301-
Front passenger door
control unit -J387- (up to April 2012)
Rear right door control unit -J389- (up to April 2012) 16-pin connector -T16-, diagnosis connection
12 10 Driver door control unit -J386- (up to April 2012)
Rear left door control unit -J388- (up to April 2012)
13 10 Onboard supply control unit -J519-
14 20 Relay for power sockets -J807-, for models without trailer socket only
15 30 Onboard supply control unit -J519-
16 20 Wiper motor switch-over relay 1 -J368-, up to October 2014
Engine component current supply relay -J757-10)11)
Ignition coil 1 with output stage -N70-10)11)
Ignition coil 2 with output stage -N127-10)11)
Ignition coil 3 with output stage -N291-10)11)
Ignition coil 4 with output stage -N292-23)24)
Red
1 5 6)7)
20 2)3)4)
Automatic glow period control unit -J179-
Vacuum pump for brakes -V192-
2 10

5 13)

Brake light switch -F- (up to October 2011)
brake pedal switch -F63- (up to October 2011)
auxiliary coolant pump relay -J496-
Lambda probe heater -Z19- (up to October 2011)
Lambda probe 1 heater after catalytic converter -Z29-, (up to October 2011)
Supply Fuse 9 on fuse holder F -SF9-, (from November 2011, up to October 2014)
Supply Fuse 10 on fuse holder F -SF10- (from November 2011, up to October 2014)
ABS control unit -J104-, from November 2011
3 5 5)6)7)
7.5 1)
15 1)2)4)
Air mass meter -G70-, up to October 2014
Fuel pump relay -J17-, up to October 2014
Low heat output relay -J359-, up to October 2014
High heat output relay -J360-, up to October 2014
Engine component current supply relay -J757-, up to October 2014
Fuel pressure regulating valve -N276-, up to October 2014
Coolant circulation pump -V50-, up to October 2014
4 15 1)2)4)3)
25 5)
30 6)7)
Engine control unit -J623-
Clutch position sender -G476-, up to October 2011
Brake light switch -F-, up to October 2011
5 20 5)
15 6)7)
20 1)2)4)
30 3)
Ignition coil 1 with output stage -N70-, up to October 2014
Ignition coil 2 with output stage -N127-, up to October 2014
Ignition transformer -N152-, up to October 2014
Fuel pressure regulating valve -N276-, up to October 2014
Fuel metering valve -N290-, up to October 2014
Ignition coil 3 with output stage -N291-, up to October 2014
Ignition coil 4 with output stage -N292-, up to October 2014
6 10
20 3)
Radiator fan control unit -J293-, up to October 2014
Heater element relay -J925-, up to October 2014
Charge pressure control solenoid valve -N75-, up to October 2014
Activated charcoal filter solenoid valve 1 -N80-, up to October 2014
Exhaust camshaft control valve 1 -N205-, up to October 2014
Recirculation valve for turbocharger -N249-, up to October 2014
Intake manifold flap valve -N316-, up to October 2014
Exhaust camshaft control valve 1 -N318-, up to October 2014
Switchover valve for exhaust recirculation cooler -N345-, up to October 2014
Oil pressure regulation valve -N428-, up to October 2014
Intake cam adjuster for cylinder 2 -N583-, up to October 2014
Exhaust cam adjuster for cylinder 2 -N587-, up to October 2014
Intake cam adjuster for cylinder 3 -N591-, up to October 2014
Exhaust cam adjuster for cylinder 3 -N595-, up to
October 2014
Pump for exhaust recirculation cooler -V400-
7 5 CD changer -R41-
8 5 Internet access control unit -J666-
Chip card reader control unit -J676-
Radio -R-
TV tuner -R78-
9 5 Control unit in dash panel insert -J285-
10 5 Relay for automatic anti-dazzle interior mirror -J910-
Automatic anti-dazzle interior mirror -Y7-
11 7.5 11)
15 12)
Radio -R-
Control unit for information electronics 1 -J794-
12 5 Display unit for front information display and operating unit control unit -J685-

1) for models with 1.2 l petrol engine only
2) for models with 1.4 l petrol engine (90 kW) only
3) for models with 1.4 l petrol engine (103 kW) only
4) for models with 1.4 l petrol engine (136 kW) only
5) for models with 2.0 l petrol engine only
6) for models with 1.6 l diesel engine only
7) for models with 2.0 l diesel engine only
8) for models with petrol engine only
9) for models with diesel engine only
10) for models with 2.0 l petrol engine, from January 2014
11) for models with MMI only
12) for models without MMI only
13) from November 2011

2- Fuse box in the Dashboard Passenger’s side

To access the fuse box located on the passaenger’s side of the dashboard, open the door and remove the side dash cover, pushing it.

Audi A1 8X Fuse Box Diagram – Dashboard Passenger’s side

Description

No. A Function/component
Black
1 7.5 ESL control unit -J764-
2 20 Trailer detector control unit -J345-
3 20 Trailer detector control unit -J345-
4 30
7.5
Mechatronic unit for dual clutch gearbox -J743-, up to October 2014
Electronically controlled damping control unit -J250-, from January 2014
5 30 Headlight washer system relay -J39-
Headlight washer system pump -V11-
6 5 Interface control unit for vehicle location system -J843-
7 7.5 Entry and start authorisation control unit -J518-
8 15 Mechatronic unit for dual clutch gearbox -J743-, up to October 2014
9 20 Sliding sunroof motor -V1-
10 7.5 Selector lever sensors control unit -J587-
11 15 14) Engine component current supply relay -J757-, up to October 2014
Fuel pressure regulating valve -N276- , up to October 2014
12 Vacant
Brown
1 5 Reversing light switch -F4-
Selector lever sensors control unit -J587-
Mechatronic unit for dual clutch gearbox -J743-
2 10 High-pressure sender -G65-
Oil
level and oil temperature sender -G266-
Air conditioning system control unit -J301-
Relay for power sockets -J807-
Automatic anti-dazzle interior mirror -Y7-
16-pin connector -T16-, diagnosis connection
3 5 Data bus diagnostic interface -J533-
4 5 Heater control unit -J65-
Control unit for structure-borne sound -J869-
5 7.5 Light switch -E1-
Starter relay 1 -J906-
Voltage stabiliser -J532-
Starter relay 2 -J907-
Relay for automatic anti-dazzle interior mirror -J910-
Front left headlight -MX1-
Front right headlight -MX2-
6 5 Light switch -E1-
7 5 ABS control unit -J104-, up to October 2014
Voltage stabiliser 2 -J570-, up to October 2014
Electronically controlled damping control unit -J250-, from January 2014
8 5 Heated driver seat regulator -E94-
Heated front passenger seat regulator -E95-
Hazard warning lights button -E229-
Heated rear window button -E230-
TCS and ESP button -E256-
Parking aid button -E266-
Tyre pressure monitor display button -E492-
Start/Stop operation button -E693-
Trailer detector control unit -J345-
Left washer jet heater element -Z20-
Right washer jet heater element -Z21-
9 5 Power steering control unit -J500-
10 5 15)
7.5 16)
Air mass meter -G70-
Fuel pump control unit -J538-
Crankcase breather heater element -N79-
11 5 Airbag control unit -J234-
Front passenger airbag deactivated warning lamp -K145-
12 5 Parking aid control unit -J446-
13 5 Control unit for headlight range control -J431-
14 30 Seat heating control unit -J882-
15 15 Rear window wiper motor -V12-
16 5 Engine control unit -J623-
Air mass meter -G70-
Red
1 Vacant
2  – Vacant
3 10 All-wheel drive control unit -J492- , gradual phase-out
4 Vacant
5 Vacant
6 Vacant
7 Vacant
8 Vacant
9 Vacant
10 5
10
Special vehicle control unit -J608-
11 Vacant
12 Vacant

14) for models with 2.0 l petrol engine only
15) for models with petrol engine only
16) for models with diesel engine only

The instructions in this tutorial will work in the following model years:

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 – Audi A1 8X Petrol (1.2 TFSI, 1.4TFSI, 2.0 TFSI and 2.0 Quattro) and Diesel (1.6 TDI and 2.0 TDI) Engines, S1.

The new top model of the Q family: Audi Q8 now available to order

August 15, 2018 in Audi Press Releases

The Audi Q8 combines the best of two worlds – the elegance of a four-door luxury coupe and the convenient versatility of a large SUV. The generously dimensioned interior with variable luggage compartment, state-of-the-art operating and suspension technologies as well as intelligent assistance systems make the Audi Q8 a convincing companion for business and leisure. With the permanent quattro all-wheel drive and a ground clearance of up to 254 millimeters (10.0 in), the SUV coupe can continue when paved roads end. The Audi Q8, which is manufactured at the Bratislava plant, can be ordered in Europe now and will be available at dealers in August. Prices in Germany start at 76,300 euros.

  • Luxuriously equipped SUV coupe for business and pleasure
  • Powerful 3.0 TDI quattro with 210 kW (286 hp) and mild hybrid system
  • Prices in Germany start at 76,300 euros; market launch in August

Versatile, sporty, elegant: the dimensional and space concept
4,986 millimeters (16.4 ft) long, 1,995 millimeters (6,5 ft) wide and 1,705 (5,6 ft) millimeters high – these dimensions describe the new Audi Q8, which exudes sportiness and prestige like no other SUV from the brand with the four rings. With its coupe-style roof line it appears much lower than its Q7 sister model. It is 66 millimeters (2.6 in) shorter, but has become 27 millimeters (1.1 in) wider. The distinctive front end, the short rear overhang, the large ground clearance of up to 254 millimeters (10.0 in) and the mighty wheels with a diameter of 795 millimeters (31.3 in) paint a picture of powerful dynamics.

With a wheelbase of almost three meters (9.8 ft), the Audi Q8 offers ample space for five people. The interior space exceeds that of the direct competitors in almost all relevant dimensions. The front seats are available in four designs. At the top of the range are the S sport seats and the customized contour seats – the latter with ventilation as standard. A massage function is available for both variants on request. A three-seat system in the rear is standard with optional longitudinally adjusting.

With its large luggage compartment and generously sized storage compartments and tray areas, the Q8 is ideal for longer journeys. The luggage compartment of the SUV holds 605 liters (21.4 cu ft) as a standard, which increases to 1,755 liters (62 cu ft) with the rear backrests folded down. Two golf bags can easily fit in crosswise. The tailgate can be opened and closed electrically as standard, with a foot gesture option available on request. The electric luggage compartment cover is another convenience option. Guided on rails, it automatically retracts when the tailgate is opened and is extended again upon closing.

A new face for the Q family: the exterior design
The Audi Q8 is a representative of the progressive design language that Audi first brought onto the road with the new A8. Strong contours and athletically tight surfaces convey a feeling of power, sophistication and the special dynamics of the permanent all-wheel drive. The Q8 interprets this in its very own way, as the fusion of an elegant four-door luxury coupe with a large SUV, and with echoes of an Audi icon – the original quattro.

With the imposing Singleframe in octagonal design, the Audi Q8 is the new face of the Q family. Six vertical chrome fins make the radiator grille appear upright and solid. A wide, optionally colored mask connects the Singleframe to the distinctive headlights. The spoiler, which is pulled towards the front, and the large, strongly contoured air intakes additionally highlight the aggressive look.

Thanks to the frameless doors, the coupe-type roof line stretches low across the vehicle body visually, ending in the a long roof spoiler. The roof line arches slightly towards the flat sloping, strong D-pillars, which are supported by wide, muscular contours – the quattro blisters, reminiscent of the original Audi quattro. The shoulder line stretches the SUV, elegantly connecting the powerful wheel housings.

Sporty compact proportions, paired with a very low roof and a flat window form the rear end. A narrow, black high-gloss element with an integrated light strip extends between the rear lights. This is a feature of top Audi models, accentuating the width of the Q8. It creates an independent light signature day or night, just like on the original quattro back in the day. The distinctive diffuser has four vertical fins and an integrated tailpipe trim on each side.

Digital character: lighting technology and design
For the headlights, Q8 customers can choose between two versions, both in LED technology. From afar, the two-part lights appear very flat. Their top part integrates the daytime running light and the low beam, among other functions. The high beam is positioned underneath, darkened and offset to the back. In the optional HD matrix LED headlights, each consists of 24 individual LEDs.

The daytime running light signature with digital character comes in a strongly three-dimensional design for the first time. It consists of seven short segments and two longer ones at the edge of the headlight. The latter shift the visual focus to the outside, highlighting the width of the Audi Q8. The taillight uses a similarly three-dimensional design with its twelve segments – connected by the distinctive light strip which simulates depth.

In connection with the HD matrix LED technology, headlights and taillights do not only feature the dynamic turn signal, but are also set in scene impressively during locking and unlocking. Their harmonious interplay gives the SUV a dynamic character. Q8 owners can use the myAudi app on their smartphone to activate various lighting functions and experience them from the outside – a unique feature in the competitive field.

Simplicity is the new premium: the interior design
The upper MMI touch response display is the central element of the interior of the Audi Q8. With its black-panel look, it almost dissolves into a large, black surface when switched off. Simple, easy-to-understand symbols stand for the digital precision from Audi and for the high level of integration of the architecture and operation – simplicity replaces complexity. All fundamental lines originate from the large display, for example the continuous air vent strip with integrated chrome fins and an elegant aluminum-look strip.

The slender dashboard and the calm lines with a strong horizontal focus highlight the impression of width conveyed by the interior of the Audi Q8. The styling in the interior is deliberately clean and simple. All elements have a logical connection and harmonize with one another: from the “wrap around” – the large arch running from the front doors across the instrument panel – to the operating unit for the light, which is optionally available in black-panel look and with a touch surface. All this combined gives the interior a feeling of calm.

Designed as an independent geometric body, the console of the center tunnel with its generous
area visualizes the robust character of the SUV. In the dark, the contour light traces the distinctive design lines of the interior and provides backlight for the three-dimensionally lasered quattro badge above the glove compartment – an example for the love of detail at Audi.

A stylish setting: colors and materials
The paint range for the Audi Q8 offers twelve colors which underline the sporty design, including the latest colors dragon orange and galaxy blue. The attachments have a grained anthracite finish as standard. In the two optional exterior packages, they are painted in body color or in scandium gray. In the S line exterior package, matt grays further increase the effect of the Singleframe, the blade, the sill trim and the diffuser insert.

For the interior of the Audi Q8, customers can choose from several colors and configurations. Leather seats in three versions, including the highest quality level Valcona, are available for the entry-level model alone. In the two design selections, the upper part of the dashboard is covered in leather. On request, the S line sport package has S sport seats with integrated head restraints, rhombus pattern and S logo. All configurations include inlays in open-pore wood or aluminum. Audi exclusively offers four leather packages and numerous additional options for individualists.

High aluminum content and sophisticated aeroacoustics: the body
With its high level of stiffness, the body of the Audi Q8 provides the foundation for top workmanship, is excellent for background noise and has sporty, precise handling. Designed with the Audi Space Frame concept, it contains numerous lightweight aluminum and hot-formed steel components. The latter form the ultra-high strength backbone of the passenger compartment – their content in the body-in-white is 14.4 percent. Cast aluminum parts make up 15 percent, as for example the suspension strut towers in the engine compartment and the connecting parts between sills and longitudinal members. The side panel as well as large areas of the floor, the rear wheel housings and the roof consist of aluminum plates, just like the frameless doors, the front fenders and the tailgate. They make up 23.7 percent of the body-in-white. With a 3.0 TDI under the hood, the curb weight of the Audi Q8 is 2,145 kilograms (4,728.9 lb) – including the complex MHEV technology with lithium-ion battery. The frontal area of 2.84 m2 (30.6 sq ft) and a cd value of 0.34 ensure relatively low drag.

The interior exudes a feeling of calm, thanks to the complex sound insulation and the sophisticated aerodynamics. A double-layer windshield is standard. On request, Audi can also supply the side windows with acoustic glass as well as a heated windshield.

Sporty off-road vehicle: quattro drive and air suspension
Audi is quattro and quattro is Audi – of course this applies in particular to the Q8, the top SUV of the brand. The purely mechanical center differential transfers the forces to the front axle and rear axle at a ratio of 40:60 as standard. When required, it transfers the majority to the axle with the better traction.

The suspension makes a crucial contribution to the sporty handling, even in the basic version. The five-link front and rear suspensions are made largely of aluminum. The transmission ratio of the standard progressive steering becomes increasingly direct as the steering angle increases. In the production version, the Q8 has 19 inch wheels with a diameter 20 millimeters (0.8 in) larger than on the Q7. Wheels with size 285/40 R22 are available at the top end of the options range. Six-piston brakes with fixed aluminum calipers are fitted to the front axle.

For the setup, buyers of the SUV Coupé can choose from three versions. The suspension with damper control is standard. The adaptive air suspension with controlled damping is an optional feature, with comfort or sport setup. It can be adjusted to four modes with the Audi drive select dynamic handling system, varying the ride height of the body by up to 90 millimeters (3.5 in). High ride comfort and agile handling – the adaptive air suspension brings both together.

Another dynamic option in the Audi Q8 is the all-wheel steering which can turn the rear wheels by up to 5 degrees. At slow speed, they steer in the opposite direction to the front wheels, reducing the turning circle of the SUV by a good meter (3.3 ft) and further increasing its agility. At high speed, they steer in the same direction as the front axle, supporting stability during lane changes.

The management for the adjustable suspension systems is integrated into the control unit for the electronic chassis platform. The systems are closely interlinked and work in a highly coordinated manner with maximum precision. Audi drive select allows seven different driving profiles to be selected, including the off-road program. Off-road, the Audi Q8 benefits from the quattro drive, the short overhangs and the large ground clearance – a maximum of 254 millimeters (10.0 in) with the adaptive air suspension and 220 millimeters (8.7 in) with the standard suspension. The electronic chassis platform captures the tilt angle of the car and displays this information for the driver on the MMI. On steep slopes over 6 percent, the hill descent control provides support with automatic braking input. The system keeps the speed set by the driver at a constant level up to a maximum of 30 km/h (18.6 mph), allowing the driver to fully focus on the terrain.

Efficient engine: the 3.0 TDI with MHEV technology
The drive system in the Audi Q8 is strong and highly efficient at the same time, thanks to the new mild hybrid technology (MHEV). It integrates a lithium-ion battery and a belt alternator starter (BAS) into a 48-volt primary electrical system. The rechargeable battery is located underneath the luggage compartment floor and stores 10 Ah of electrical capacity. The dynamic SUV can coast between 55 and 160 km/h (34.2 and 99.4 mph) with the engine switched off, then the BAS restarts the engine quickly and very comfortably. During deceleration, the BAS can recover up to 12 kW of energy. The start-stop range starts as low as 22 km/h (13.7 mph). In customer operation, the technology package reduces fuel consumption by up to 0.7 liters per 100 kilometers (336.0 US mpg).

In European markets, the Audi Q8 starts with the 3.0 TDI, the Q8 50 TDI (combined fuel consumption in l/100 km: 6.8 – 6.6 [34.6 – 35.6 US mpg]*; combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 179 – 172 [288.1 – 276.8 g/mi]*). It generates 210 kW (286 hp) and delivers 600 Nm (442.5 lb-ft) of torque to the crankshaft. It accelerates the large SUV from 0 to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in 6.3 seconds on its way to a top speed of 245 km/h (152.2 mph). The 50 TDI offers sophisticated solutions for many technologies. The crankcase and the cylinder heads have separate coolant circuits so the ideal temperature level can be set for any driving situation. Cast-in channels cool the pistons with oil. Their rings and the wrist pins are designed for minimum friction, while the oil pump is fully variable.

Switchable hydraulic bearings connect the engine to the subframe of the front axle. In idling, they eliminate vibrations with soft characteristic curves while during driving they suppress vibrations from the power unit with higher damping – allowing the powerful TDI to always provide a highly refined ride.

The transmission of forces is provided by an eight-stage tiptronic with fast and soft gear changes. A torsional vibration damper, which acts based on engine speed, mostly compensates the engine vibrations to allow efficient driving even at very low revs. Special ventilation allows off-road use. With its electric oil pump, the tiptronic can engage the gear required for restarting while coasting with the engine switched off.

Clear and distinct: controls and displays
The operating concept in the Audi Q8 needs almost no buttons or knobs. It focuses on two high-resolution touch displays. This allows the brand to demonstrate how it transfers its uncompromising quality claim to the digital world. The upper display with 10.1 inch screen diagonal is used for controlling the infotainment and the navigation system. The lower 8.6 inch display allows the driver to manage the heating, ventilation and air conditioning as well as comfort functions and text input. The driver’s wrist can rest comfortably on the tiptronic selector lever during operation. The MMI touch response concept allows fast and reliable operation. A confirmation click can be felt and heard when a function is selected with a finger tap. The menu structure is intuitively logical and flat like on a smartphone, including freely configurable favorites and start screens.

In addition to all this, the natural language voice control turns the Audi Q8 into an intelligent dialog partner. The system processes all questions and commands in two ways – with information stored onboard and with detailed knowledge from the cloud. Drivers can word their commands freely. The voice control can, for example, understand the sentence “I am hungry” and accordingly offer suggestions for restaurants close by.

MMI navigation plus also includes the Audi virtual cockpit. Its high-resolution 12.3 inch display can be switched between two views – classic and navigation – with the multifunction steering wheel. After market launch, the Audi virtual cockpit plus option will offer a third interface with a particularly sporty look. The head-up display, another optional feature, projects important information onto the windshield, including detailed lane guidance for navigation.

Clever networking: infotainment and Audi connect
As standard, the Audi Q8 is equipped with MMI navigation plus, which uses the new LTE Advanced standard for data transfer. The navigation system offers intelligent destination suggestions based on previous journeys. It also draws on the system’s experience of driving times and traffic loads. The route is calculated online on the servers of the map and navigation provider HERE, using real-time data for the overall traffic situation.

The online services from Audi connect add predictive features to the navigation process. This lets the two Car-to-X services for traffic sign information and hazard information benefit from the swarm intelligence of the Audi fleet. Over the course of the year, the on-street parking service will be added, which makes it easier to find a parking space thanks to reported parking operations of the vehicle swarm and detected free spaces.

The optional Audi connect key provides digital access to the Q8. It allows the owner and four additional drivers to lock and unlock the car and start the engine using their Android smartphone. The standard personalization allows the owner to store up to 400 preferred parameters in individual user profiles, for example the position of the driver seat, the air conditioning setting or frequently used media and navigation destinations. In addition to locking and unlocking the Audi Q8, many connect functions can be controlled with a smartphone. Drivers can use the myAudi app to, for example, transfer special destinations to the navigation system, stream music or transfer the smartphone calendar to the MMI. When it comes to operation and to sound and connection quality, the telephone system in the Audi Q8 is of the highest standard, thanks to the Audi phone box and voice-over LTE. The same applies to the sound systems from Bang & Olufsen. The top version with 23 speakers delivers the 3D sound with its treble information to the front seats as well as to the rear. The music unfolds exactly how it was recorded at the concert hall – an extraordinary listening experience.

Safety and comfort: the driver assistance systems
Whether parking, in the city or on long journeys – the Audi Q8 makes life easier for its driver in many situations. Audi bundles the assistance systems into a total of four packages. The highlight in the Tour assist package is adaptive cruise assist, which comfortably provides longitudinal and lateral control in all speed ranges. It supports the driver with accelerating, braking, maintaining speed, keeping distance and in traffic jam situations. The system detects lane markings, roadside structures, vehicles in adjacent lanes and vehicles driving ahead. An advantage in tight traffic: the Audi Q8 automatically adapts its speed to the traffic situation, taking into account the speed limit. The efficiency assist is another component of the Tour package. It automatically adjusts to the current speed limit, reduces the speed before corners, during turning and on roundabouts. In addition to the predictive information in the Audi virtual cockpit, the active accelerator pedal also provides haptic feedback. Both together support economical driving. This results from the use of the MHEV recuperation and the intelligent selection of coasting or thrust, depending on the events ahead. Emergency assist is a safety-relevant system in the package. It detects within system limits whether the driver is inactive and accordingly provides a visual, acoustic and haptic warning. If this does not prompt a reaction, the system takes control of the Audi Q8 and automatically stops it in its own lane. This also activates the safety measures of Audi pre sense and triggers an automatic emergency call, depending on the country.

Five systems provide safety in city traffic. Crossing assist detects critical traffic crossing in front of the car, Audi pre sense 360° warns against vehicles approaching from the side, and rear cross traffic assist registers approaching vehicles during slow reversing, for example when coming out of a perpendicular parking space. Exit warning and lane change warning complete the package.

The systems in the Park plus assist package, which will be added to the range later on, support the driver during maneuvering. Maneuvering assist counteracts imminent collisions with small steering impulses and independent braking to a standstill, for example when detecting pillars in a multi-story car park. Curb warning protects against damaging the rims during parking. Several images from the surround cameras allow precise maneuvering down to a centimeter and provide a view of crossing traffic and a detailed view of the wheels. The 3D view with freely selectable perspective is the highlight. The package also includes the (remote) parking pilot, which independently steers the SUV into and out of a parking space while monitored by the driver. The driver can get out of the car beforehand and trigger the process using the myAudi app on their smartphone. The remote garage pilot offers a similar level of convenience. Thanks to the laser scanner, it can move very close to walls and other obstacles such as bicycles in a garage. It forms part of the plus assist package, which combines all three packages.

If the Q8 is used for towing, trailer assist provides support by automatically steering the duo when reversing. The driver conveniently sets the direction on the MMI touch display. The camera image shows the current and the desired reversing angle. Audi also supplies park assist separately. This steers the Q8 independently into parallel parking and bay parking spaces – forwards or backwards. The driver only has to accelerate, select the gear and brake. Night vision assist improves situations with difficult visibility during darkness by highlighting detected persons and larger animals in yellow in the Audi virtual cockpit.

A high-tech component from Audi is behind all these features: the central driver assistance controller – standard for the Q8 – permanently calculates a differentiated image of the environment. The required data is obtained – depending on the selected options – from up to five radar sensors, five cameras, twelve ultrasound sensors and the laser scanner. It uses these to calculate the signals for the actuating elements to provide best possible driver assistance.

via Audi MediaServices – The new top model of the Q family: Audi Q8 now available to order.

The new Audi TT – an update for the design icon

August 15, 2018 in Audi Press Releases

Twenty years after the series premiere of the original TT, the third generation of the Audi TT is receiving a comprehensive update. The design icon takes the stage with a sporty and refined exterior design, higher-powered engines and an extended scope of standard equipment.

The first generation of the Audi TT made its series premiere in 1998. Three years before, Audi had already presented the TT as a concept car – a Coupé was shown at the IAA in Frankfurt and a Roadster was presented at the Tokyo Motor Show. Within a short time after the market launch, the TT Coupé had moved to the top of the segment.

The Audi TT stands for driving pleasure, design and close attention to detail: aluminum elements in the driver-oriented interior, progressive rim design, a short, ball-shaped gear lever knob, characteristic tank flap and round, dual-branch tailpipes are among the typical features of this compact sports car. The design with its incisive geometric forms has fans all over the world.

  • Sporty design elements underline its dynamic appearance
  • New seven-speed S tronic delivers sporty performance
  • Comprehensive range of standard equipment improves the driving experience

Refined, enhanced, extended
Right on time for the 20th anniversary of the first Audi TT, the brand is especially highlighting the sports car character of the new model. Audi has accordingly refined the design of the new TT, enhanced its performance and extended the range of standard equipment. Besides the driver-oriented Audi virtual cockpit, the basic version of the new model now features the Audi drive select dynamic handling system, a rain and light sensor, heated exterior mirrors and the multifunction steering wheel plus, with which the infotainment and voice control system can be controlled entirely using the steering wheel. Also standard are the illuminated USB ports as well as Bluetooth for wireless pairing of devices.

Sporty and expressive: the exterior design
More masculine, more progressive and even sportier than before – the exterior design of the new TT. The front features a three-dimensional Singleframe radiator grille. Large side air inlets emphasize width even in the basic version.

At the rear, horizontal lines again underscore the width of the new Audi TT. There is no cap underneath the tank flap with its classic TT design; the driver can insert the gas pump nozzle directly into the opening – a typical sports car feature. Headlights with LED or Matrix LED technology are optionally available. The dynamic turn signals are a visual highlight here.

The new designed, optional S line exterior package underscores the sporty character of the Audi TT even more. It includes a full-length front splitter, vertical air inlets, a radiator grille in titanium black and specific side sills with inserts as well as a sporty rear end. Added is a wider diffuser and vertical air inlets below the rear lights with three horizontal fins each.

The TT Coupé and the TT Roadster are each 4.19 meters (13.7 ft) in length. Both body variants have short overhangs; their wheelbase measures 2.51 meters (8.2 ft). The new TT leaves the factory on 17-inch wheels; Audi and Audi Sport optionally offer 18, 19 and 20-inch wheels. Three new colors complete the range of paint finishes: cosmos blue, pulse orange and turbo blue (S line only).

High-powered: the engines
For the new TT, Audi has a range of petrol engines in various performance levels, paired either with the six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. In both transmission variants, the close-ratio lower gears enable powerful acceleration, while the wide ratio of each transmission’s highest gear keeps the engine speed down. All new engines come with a gasoline particulate filter.

Effortlessly sporty: suspension and quattro drive
The new Audi TT offers handling that is both dynamic and precise. If the customer chooses the S line sport package or Audi magnetic ride, the body is lowered by ten millimeters (0.4 in). Other chassis highlights include progressive steering, four-link rear suspension and Electronic Stabilization Control (ESC). The wheel-selective torque controlis activated in fast cornering and improves handling as required by means of precise brake interventions on the unloaded wheels on the inside of a curve.

Driver-oriented: the cockpit and the assistance systems
The sports car character is also underscored by the driver-oriented interior with its clear lines. The slender instrument panel resembles an aircraft wing; the round air vents with integrated controls allude to jet engines – a classic TT detail.

Sport seats with integrated head restraints are standard on the Audi TT. S sport seats (standard in the S line sport package) with pneumatically adjustable side bolsters are optionally available. The luggage compartment of the 2+2 seater affords 305 liters of space (10.8 cu ft) underneath the stretched tailgate, while the Roadster offers 280 liters (9.9 cu ft).

All indicators appear in digital form on the 12.3-inch display of the Audi virtual cockpit. The driver can choose between two modes: in the classic view, the speedometer and tachometer take center stage. In “Infotainment” mode, content such as the navigation ­map is enlarged. The new sport ­display is optionally available and provides information on the engine output currently in use, as well as the torque and g-forces.

The MMI terminal on the center console has just six keys. The top-of-the-line MMI navigation plus with MMI touchintegrates a touchpad on the upper surface of the rotary/push-button control that recognizes handwritten input and allows zooming, for example. The voice control system understands formulations from everyday speech.

Audi connectbrings various online services on-board via fast LTE. The Audi smartphone interface connects smartphones with the car and can stream content seamlessly to the Audi virtual cockpit via USB. The high-end solution when it comes to hi-fi systems is the Bang & Olufsen Sound System. Its amplifier offers 680 watts of performance and a total of 14 channels. It fills the interior using twelve speakers, including two center speakers and two bass boxes.

The driver assistance systems embody the TT philosophy: they relieve the driver of work, so that he or she can fully concentrate on the road. The line-up extends from the lane change assist Audi side assist, the lane departure warning system Audi active lane assist and traffic sign recognition to the park assist with display of the surroundings and a rearview camera.

Classic: TT Roadster with soft top
Like every open-top Audi, the new TT Roadster comes with a soft top in either black or gray. The soft top has a taut fit, and its excellent sound insulation makes it an “acoustic top.” With a weight of 39 kilograms (86.0 lb), the top is very light and doesn’t compromise the luggage compartment. A standard feature, the electrical drive opens and closes the top in around ten seconds at vehicle speeds of up to 50 km/h (31.1 mph).

The new Audi TT will arrive at German dealers and become available in other European countries in the fourth quarter of 2018 – customers can already pre-order the model from late September. Prices for the TT Coupé start at around 35,000 euros. The TT Roadster is available from around 37,500 euros.


History

The Audi TT is a design icon. Ever since the premiere of the first concept car in 1995, the Audi TT has stood for driving pleasure, design and attention to detail. When the first Audi TT Coupé came onto the market in the fall of 1998, and the first TT Roadster one year later, the series-production products differed only insignificantly from the previously displayed show cars – the dream of any designer. The central design motif was the circle: the arcs of the roof, the front and the rear stood in contrast to the strictly horizontal lines.

1995: the Audi TT concept car
At the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt am Main, Audi presented the first Audi TT as a concept sports car with high suitability for everyday use. It took Technical Development and a team of Audi designers very little time to come up with the concept for a sporty coupé. In November 1995, the Roadster version made its premiere as a TTS concept car at the Tokyo Motor Show. The outer lines of the two show cars followed the German design philosophy, and recalled the rounded shapes of the pre-war racing cars and post-war sedans of Auto Union. The interior rested on the principle of “as much as necessary and as little as possible.” With their farsighted concept that epitomized revolutionary automotive design, the TT studies met with an enthusiastic response. Audi kept a low profile for many years regarding possible production of the two model versions, however.

1998: the first generation of the Audi TT
Closely based on the show car, the production model with its formally coherent design idiom has remained a milestone of innovative automotive design to the present day. Its aspiration was clear in the tiniest of details: aluminum elements in the interior, progressive wheel design, a short, spherical gear knob and round tailpipes positioned closely to one another. It was also the first time that Audi adopted the rapid-shifting dual-clutch transmission – the so-called S tronic – in one of its series-production models. Power output ranged from 110 kW (150 hp) to 184 kW (250 hp).

2006: the second TT generation pulled up to the starting line
The design of the second generation of the successful sports car was formally more integrated in the Audi design idiom and the driving dynamics were those of a full-grown athlete. The turbocharged four-cylinder engines developed between 118 kW (160 hp) and 155 kW (211 hp). Audi extended the lineup with an S version producing 200 kW (272 hp) and a true model athlete, the Audi TT RS with 250 kW (340 hp). The later TT RS plus version even produced 265 kW (360 hp). Ground-breaking technologies such as the Audi Space Frame (ASF) lightweight construction, TFSI engines and the powerfully sonorous five-cylinder engine played key roles in the car’s success. The second Audi TT was the first sports car to use TDI technology.

2014: the third-generation TT
The third generation of the Audi TT came across as being even sportier, more dynamic and more innovative than its predecessor. One characteristic feature persisted through all generations: the round tank flap with the typical TT logo.

via Audi MediaServices – The new Audi TT – an update for the design icon.

Successful model with new strengths: the second generation of the Audi Q3

August 15, 2018 in Audi Press Releases

The new Audi Q3 is a family SUV with great all-round talents. In the second generation it appears not only visually more self-confident, but offers far greater utility value thanks to abundant space, comprehensive adaptability and many practical details. Just like the Audi top-of-the-line models, it features a digital cockpit and a large MMI touch response Numerous infotainment solutions from the full-size segment connect the compact SUV with its environment. New assist systems support the driver when parking, in town and on long journeys. These also enhance comfort, as does the further developed suspension.

  • Bigger dimensions, more comfort: compact SUV with outstanding everyday utility
  • New operating concept: digital displays and MMI touch display
  • Connected like the full-size segment: smart infotainment and clever assist systems

Strength and presence: the exterior design
The new Audi Q3 looks much sportier than its predecessor. The Singleframe in octagon design and large side air inlets characterize the masculine front-end. Eight vertical bars divide up the radiator grille with its striking frame and reflect the SUV character. The headlights are narrow and run inwards with their wedge shape. Audi supplies them in three versions, all with LED technology. The top-of-the-line version are the Matrix LED headlights whose adaptive high beam intelligently illuminates the road.

A highlight in the side view is the symmetrical lighting graphics of the headlights and rear lights. The shoulder line connects them from a styling perspective and provides an athletic overall impression with strong muscles over the wheel arches. The contours draw their inspiration from Audi’s quattro DNA and make the SUV seem even wider; the color-contrasting wheel arch trims emphasize the offroad look. Supported by a long roof edge spoiler, which also flanks the rear window at the side, the steeply raked D pillars of the body line also create an appearance of forward thrust.

Customers for the new Q3 have many options for customizing their car. These include a contrasting paint finish for the attachments in the lower body section, which accentuates the SUV look even more. With the S line exterior package, the bumpers, sill trims and diffuser look decidedly sporty. Eleven paint colors are available. The interior offers a choice of three equipment lines, which can be combined freely with three exterior packages.

Driver-oriented and sporty: the interior
Sporty character, taut lines, three-dimensionally styled elements – the interior continues the design of the exterior and echoes in many ways the brand’s full-size models. The instrument panel is divided into two levels: the top part includes the air vents; the bottom section incorporates the large octagonal area with its black-panel look. The instrument panel varies the motif of the Singleframe and is surrounded by a wide chrome strip. The high-gloss black trim surrounds the central element of the new operating concept: the MMI touch display. Together with the air conditioning controls underneath, it is tilted 10 degrees toward the driver. The pushbutton module for the lighting functions, which replaces the rotary control on the predecessor model, is slotted into the panel to the left of the steering wheel. All displays, buttons and controls are located ergonomically.

Audi has also developed a new concept for the colors and materials. Q3 customers can choose between three variants – the basic version, the Audi design selection and the S line interior package. Both packages include the sport seats, which are trimmed optionally with a combination of leather/artificial leather and Alcantara. The Alcantara surfaces on the instrument panel and on the door armrests are an entirely new option. They are available in three colors, including a bold orange.

In the dark, the contour/ambient lighting package – standard with the Audi design selection – sets pinpoint lighting accents on the center console and on the doors. It can be set to 30 colors and also illuminates the storage compartment under the instrument panel as well as the quattro logo above the glove compartment, or the Audi rings on front-wheel-drive models. Other top extras include the two-zone air conditioning, the auxiliary heating, the heated steering wheel and the panoramic glass sunroof.

Large and adaptable: the space concept
The new Audi Q3, which is based on the Volkswagen Group’s modular transverse matrix, has grown in virtually all dimensions and is positioned in the upper compact SUV segment. It is 4,485 millimeters (14.7 ft) long, making it 97 millimeters (3.8 in) longer than its predecessor. In terms of width, it has grown 18 millimeters (0.7 in) to 1,849 millimeters (6.1 ft), but at 1,585 millimeters (5.2 ft) is 5 millimeters (0.2 in) flatter than the first-generation Q3. Its wheelbase, which has been stretched 77 millimeters (3.0 in) to 2,680 millimeters (8.8 ft) is much more spacious – knee room, headroom and elbow room are even larger.

In typical SUV fashion, the Audi Q3 is easy to get into, with good all-round visibility, and yet offers a sporty seating position. The steering wheel is steeply angled accordingly. The seats – electrically adjustable as an option – offer the same comfort as in the next larger vehicle category.

One highlight is the standard-fit highly variable division of space: the rear seats can be moved fore/aft by 150 millimeters (5.9 in). Their three-way split backrests in the ratio 40:20:40 can be tilted in seven stages. Rear passengers also have the option of a center armrest that features two cup holders as standard.

Depending on the position of the rear seats and backrests, the luggage compartment capacity totals 530 or 675 liters (18.7/23.8 cu ft). With the backrests folded down the figure rises to 1,525 liters (53.9 cu ft). The loading floor can be adjusted in up to three levels; the low loading sill of 748 millimeters (29.4 in) makes it easier to stow heavy luggage. If the parcel shelf is not needed, it can be stowed under the loading floor. For extra comfort on long journeys, Audi offers the storage and luggage compartment package as an option. Besides nets on the backs of the front seats and a storage compartment under the front passenger seat, it includes a luggage compartment net as well as LED spotlights in the tailgate to provide illumination whatever the vehicle is carrying. The electric tailgate provides effortless access to the luggage compartment. In conjunction with the convenience key, it can also be opened and closed with a kicking motion.

Digital world: controls and displays
The operating and display concept of the family SUV has been overhauled from the ground up – Audi has done away with the analog instruments. Even with the standard MMI radio there is a digital instrument cluster with a 10.25 inch screen diagonal, which the driver operates using the multifunction steering wheel. With MMI radio plus, the first option level, customers can upgrade the instrument cluster as an option to the Audi virtual cockpit with additional functions. It incorporates, for instance, the MMI functions and, in addition to road and engine speed, also displays information on music tracks and Audi connect services. If the customer has specified navigation, the display also includes the navigation map. The driver can configure the display according to their needs and has all the data in their direct field of view. The MMI radio plus also includes an MMI touch display with 8.8 inch screen diagonal in the center of the instrument panel. With the top-of-the-line equipment MMI navigation plus this touchscreen measures 10.1 inches. The displays appear in the 10.25 inch Audi virtual cockpit, which the customer can upgrade as an option to the version with a 12.3 inch screen diagonal. The driver can call up three different views on the screen, including a new extra sporty display.

In addition, the Audi Q3 with MMI navigation plus also comes with new natural-language voice control. It also understands freely structured wording. The ingenious dialog manager asks questions if necessary, allows corrections, offers choices and defers to the speaker when interrupted.

Intelligently connected: infotainment and Audi connect
The MMI navigation plus in the Audi Q3 offers the same technical functions as in the higher segments – here too the SUV sets a new standard in the compact class. The navigation, for instance, recognizes the driver’s preferences based on previous journeys, allowing it to generate suitable route suggestions. The route is calculated – in parallel to the planning in the car – on the servers of the map and navigation provider HERE, using real-time data for the overall traffic situation.

The Audi connect portfolio – included as standard with the top-of-the-line infotainment system – supplements the navigation in an ideal way. The data transfer module supports the LTE Advanced standard and provides the Audi connect services in virtually all European countries via a SIM card which is permanently installed in the vehicle. These services include traffic information online, the point-of-interest search as well as information on parking spaces and filling stations, which appear directly on the navigation map – where necessary also with dynamic additional information such as prices and availability. The Audi Q3 uses the fleet’s swarm intelligence as part of these functions: Suitably equipped vehicles report moving into and out of parking spaces so that forecasts on the availability of roadside parking space appear in selected towns and cities. The cars from this swarm also warn each other of hazardous spots such as fog or black ice, and report current speed limits. Audi connect also includes media streaming, online news, access to Twitter and to the e-mail inbox. A Wi-Fi hotspot for the passengers’ mobile devices is also fitted onboard. As an option, the customer can add on data packages conveniently from the car.

The optional Audi connect Navigation & Infotainment plus add-on package also features other innovative services, including Google Earth. Using high-resolution satellite images it provides a more lifelike display, making it easier for drivers to find their way around. The same applies to the new, detailed 3D models of many major European cities. The hybrid radio is also included in the specification. Depending on a station’s signal strength it automatically switches between FM, DAB and the online stream to ensure optimum reception at all times. In conjunction with the optional Audi connect Navigation & Infotainment plus package, the natural voice control responds to inquiries not just with information stored onboard, but also with the detailed knowledge from the cloud – the same feature already premiered in the Audi A8. The online cross-referencing improves both the detection rate as well as the results. That way it is easy for the Audi Q3 to find special destinations such as an Italian restaurant, a climbing center or the next shopping mall. The system displays relevant information such as photos, opening times and visitor ratings.

Many Audi connect functions are brought together in the myAudi app. It connects the customer’s smartphone to the new Q3 – allowing, for instance, navigation routes to be imported seamlessly. Once the user gets into their car, route guidance is continued on the onboard monitor. Once the driver gets out of their Q3 at the end of the journey, the smartphone navigates them onto their next destination.

The app also supports music streaming and transfers the smartphone calendar onto the MMI. Furthermore, the user can remotely lock and unlock their car, consult the current vehicle status, pinpoint where their Audi Q3 is parked or operate the optional auxiliary heating using the myAudi app on their smartphone.

A range of hardware modules supplement the infotainment portfolio. The Audi phone box links the owner’s smartphone to the vehicle’s antenna and charges the phone inductively. To play music from the MP3 player, USB stick or smartphone via the loudspeakers in the car, the Audi Q3 offers two USB ports – one of which is the latest new type C. This innovation supports faster transfer rates and makes it easy to connect thanks to a symmetrical plug. In addition, there are two USB sockets and a 12V socket for the rear. The Audi smartphone interface links customers’ iOS and Android cell phones and places their Apple Car Play or Android Auto environment on the MMI display.

The Bang & Olufsen Premium Sound System with virtual 3D sound provides three-dimensional audio. The sound experience is generated through four additional loudspeakers in the instrument panel and one in each D pillar. A special algorithm that Audi developed in collaboration with the Fraunhofer Institute adds great width and depth to the sound – the interior of the Audi Q3 sounds larger. The sound system uses 15 loudspeakers altogether and produces a total output of 680 watts.

Convenience and safety: driver assistance systems
The Audi Q3 is also at the top of its class when it comes to assist systems. The highlight is the adaptive cruise assist, which is available optionally in combination with S tronic. It incorporates the functions of adaptive speed assist, traffic jam assist and active lane assist. In this way it assists the driver with longitudinal and lateral control – substantially enhancing comfort on long journeys in particular. The same applies to the lane change warning. If the two radar sensors at the rear detect a vehicle located in the blind spot or approaching quickly from behind, a warning LED is lit in the relevant exterior mirror.

The Audi Q3 makes maneuvering easier thanks to functions such as the park assist. It steers the SUV automatically into and out of parking spaces. The driver only has to accelerate, brake and shift gears. If the driver wants to reverse out of a parallel parking space or a tight entrance, cross traffic assist is activated. The system monitors the area behind the vehicle using two radar sensors and alerts the driver in critical situations. The four 360 degree cameras provide another useful function. They show on the large infotainment screen the immediate surroundings of the Audi Q3 when moving at speeds up to 10 km/h (6.2 mph). Touch operation allows the driver to switch between various views. In addition to the virtual bird’s eye view, the reversing camera view and the front and rear 180° panoramic view, there is a detailed view of the front and rear wheels. This enables the driver to maneuver precisely up to the curb.

The Audi Q3 comes as standard with the Audi pre sense front safety system. It detects critical situations involving pedestrians, cyclists and other vehicles using the radar and provides the driver with a visual, audible and haptic warning. If necessary it initiates emergency braking. The standard specification also includes the lane departure warning. It is active from speeds of approximately 60 km/h (37.3 mph) and helps prevent the vehicle inadvertently drifting out of the lane. If the driver has not set an indicator and the car is about to cross the lane markings, the system assists with corrective steering intervention. As an option, the driver can set the steering wheel to provide an additional vibration.

Agility on- and offroad: engines and suspension
As part of the sales launch, Audi is delivering the new Q3 with four engine versions – three gasoline and one diesel unit in combination with front-wheel or quattro drive. Their power outputs range from 110 kW (150 hp) to 169 kW (230 hp). All engines are four-cylinder direct injection units with turbocharging. They are powerful, refined and efficient. A six-speed manual transmission or a fast-shifting seven-speed S tronic is used to transmit the power. Offroad the permanent all-wheel drive delivers excellent driving pleasure with optimum traction and supreme stability. Activated at the push of a button, the optional hill descent control maintains the preset speed on a steep downhill gradient.

Maneuverable in town, agile on country roads, balanced on the highway – the suspension on the Audi Q3 offers a wide spread. The sporty character of the predecessor model has been retained, but enhanced with a clear dose of additional comfort. The new SUV takes bumpy roads with ease – thanks also to the longer wheelbase. As an option, the driver can vary the characteristics of the Audi Q3 depending on the driving situation, road conditions or personal needs using the Audi drive select dynamic handling system. It offers six profiles – from markedly comfortable, highly efficient through to out-and-out sporty. The system influences the throttle response, steering and shift characteristics of the S tronic as well as the optional suspension with damper control where sensors measure the body movement. The dampers are then adjusted accordingly to the road surface conditions and driving situation. This results in enhanced driving dynamics with even more comfort. Alternatively, there is the sport suspension – standard with the S line exterior package – with tauter spring/damper tuning and progressive steering. Its ratio becomes increasingly direct with increasing steering angle, adding substantially to the agile and light-footed handling of the new Audi Q3.

The front axle of the compact SUV is based on the McPherson principle; the rear axle adopts a sophisticated four-link design. The track widths are 1,584 millimeters (5.2 ft) and 1,576 millimeters (5.17 ft) respectively. The format of the aluminum wheels ranges from 17 and 18 inch – depending on the exterior trim – up to 20 inch in diameter, the latter from Audi Sport GmbH and fitted with size 255/40 tires.

Market launch: in dealerships from the fall
The new Audi Q3 will be manufactured at the Győr plant in Hungary. Vehicles will be delivered in Germany and other European countries in November 2018. As standard, the compact SUV is fitted with the digital instrument cluster, MMI radio including Bluetooth, multifunction leather steering wheel, air conditioning and LED headlights. The rear seats, which can be adjusted fore/aft and for tilt, the height-adjustable loading floor along with numerous storage compartments make the vehicle extremely versatile. The Q3 comes ex works with a range of assist systems, including lane departure warning, Audi pre sense front, the light/rain sensor and the adjustable speed limiter.

For the market launch Audi will be offering its customers a special edition model, which combines numerous extras. The S line exterior package, which also includes color highlighting for many details, makes for a decidedly sporty look. The sport suspension, 20 inch wheels and Matrix LED headlights are also included in the equipment specification. Exclusive touches on the special edition model include the Audi rings in the Singleframe and the model designation on the rear finished in black. Pulse orange and Chronos gray are available as paint finishes. Highlights in the interior include sport seats with specific contrasting stitching, the flat-bottomed leather steering wheel, the contour/ambient lighting package and aluminum-look trim. Elements of the instrument panel and the door armrests are finished in Alcantara.

via Audi MediaServices – Successful model with new strengths: the second generation of the Audi Q3.

Audi Q7 4L (2005 to 2015) – Fuse Box Location and Fuses List

August 12, 2018 in Audi Q7, Audi Q7 4L (2005 to 2015)

The Audi Q7 4L (2005 – 2015) have 3 fuse boxes locations. Two on dashboard passenger and driver side and one in the luggage compartment – Scroll down to see how to access them and the fuses list.


1 – On right in the Dashboard passenger’s side
2 – Left-hand drive models: in centre of dash panel / Right-hand drive models: in driver’s footwell
3 – On right in luggage compartment
4 – Under driver seat
5 – On left in dash panel
6 – On left in plenum chamber.
7 – In rear left of engine compartment

1- Fuse box in the Dashboard driver’s side (Marked 5 in the image above)

To access the fuse box located on the driver’s side of the dashboard, you must have the driver door open and remove the side dash cover, pushing it:

Audi Q7 4L Fuse Box Diagram – Dashboard driver’s side

Description

No.
A
Function/component
A Not used
B 10 From June 2009: Main fuse for optional equipment -S245-
C Not used
D Not used
Fuse carrier 1
1 5 Up to June 2010: Not used
From June 2010: Voltage stabiliser -J532-
2 5 Up to June 2010: Not used
From June 2010: Relay for automatic anti-dazzle interior mirror -J910-
3 7,5 Up to June 2010: Not used
From June 2010: Control unit for information electronics 1 -J794-
4 5 Up to May 2010: Tyre pressure monitor control unit -J502-
5 20 Auxiliary heater control unit -J364-
6 10 LHD: Driver seat lumbar support adjustment switch -E176-
6 10 RHD: Front passenger seat lumbar support adjustment switch -E177-
7 35 LHD: Driver door control unit -J386-
Driver side window regulator motor -V147-
Rear left door control unit -J388-
Rear left window regulator motor -V26-
7 35 RHD: Front passenger door control unit -J387-
Rear right window regulator motor -V27-
Front passenger side window regulator motor -V148-
8 15 LHD: Driver door control unit -J386-
Rear left door control unit -J388- (up to May 2008)
8 15 RHD: Front passenger door control unit -J387-
Rear right door control unit -J389-
9 5 Up to May 2008: Energy management control unit -J644-
From June 2010: From Tyre pressure monitor control unit -J502-
10 30 LHD: Entry and start authorisation control unit -J518-
Entry ​and ​start ​authorisation​ switch -E415-
10 5 RHD: Media player in position 1 -R118- (up to June 2009)
Media player in position 2 -R119- (up to June 2009)
CD changer -R41- (up to May 2010)
DVD player -R7- (up to May 2010)
MiniDisc player -R153- (up to June 2009)
Video recorder and DVD player -R129- (up to June 2009)
Connection for external audio sources -R199- (up to June 2009)
11 10 LHD: Steering column electronics control unit -J527-
11 10 RHD: Rear Climatronic operating and display unit -E265-
Rear fresh air blower control unit -J391-
12 5 LHD: Interior monitoring sensor -G273-
Alarm horn -H12-
12 5 RHD: Comfort system central control unit -J393-
Fuse carrier 2
1 Not used
2 Not used
3 15 Up to June 2009: Not used
From June 2009: Front left seat ventilation control unit -J800-
4 30 Wiper motor control unit -J400-
Windscreen wiper motor -V-
5 5 Light/rain sensor -G397-
6 25 Dual tone horn relay -J4-
High tone horn -H2-
Low tone horn -H7-
7 30 LHD: Onboard supply control unit -J519-
7 25 RHD; from June 2010: 12 V socket 3 -U19- 12 V socket 4 -U20-
8 25 LHD: Onboard supply control unit -J519-
8 20 RHD: Cigarette lighter -U1-
9 25 LHD: Onboard supply control unit -J519-
9 25 RHD: 12 V socket -U5- 12 V socket 2 -U18-
10 10 LHD: Control unit in dash panel insert -J285- (up to May 2010)
Data bus diagnostic interface -J533-
Display in dash panel insert -Y24- (up to May 2010)
10 10 RHD: Climatronic control unit -J255-
Fresh air blower control unit -J126-
11 30 Headlight washer system relay -J39-
12 10 16-pin connector -T16-, diagnostic connector
Fuse carrier 3
1 10 Left headlight
2 5 Control unit for adaptive cruise control -J428-
Sensor heater for adaptive cruise control system -Z47-
3 5 Direct sight Japan display unit -J145-
Display unit button -E506-
Coolant shut-off valve relay -J541-
Heater coolant shut-off valve -N279
4 10 Lane departure warning
Lane departure warning control unit -J759-
Windscreen heater for lane departure warning -Z67-
5 10
5
LHD: Signal system control unit -J616-
Operating unit for special signals -E507-
From November 2007: Preparation for multimedia (9WM)
5 5 RHD; from November 2007: Preparation for multimedia (9WM)
6 5 LHD: Steering column electronics control unit -J527-
Entry and start authorisation control unit -J518-
Light switch -E1-
Comfort system central control unit -J393-
Trailer detector control unit -J345-
Tyre pressure monitor control unit -J502- (7K6) (from June 2008)
6 5 RHD: Heated bench seat cushion for rear left seat -Z10-
Heated backrest for rear left seat -Z11-
Heated bench seat cushion for rear right seat -Z12-
Heated backrest for rear right seat -Z13-
7 5 Oil level and oil temperature sender -G266-
8 5 16-pin connector -T16-, diagnostic connector
9 5 Automatic anti-dazzle interior mirror -Y7-
10 5 Garage door operation control unit -J530-
Garage door operating unit -E284-
11 5 Data bus diagnostic interface-J533-
12 5 Headlight range control regulator -E102-
Left headlight range control motor -V48-
Right headlight range control motor -V49-
12 5 Air quality sensor -G238-
Rear Climatronic operating and display unit -E265-
Climatronic control unit -J255-

2- Fuse box in the Dashboard passenger’s side (Marked 1 in the image above)

To access the fuse box located on the passenger’s side of the dashboard, you must have the passenger’s door open and remove the side dash cover.

Audi Q7 4L Fuse Box Diagram – Dashboard passenger’s side

Description

No.
A
Function/component
A 5 Fuse for control unit for structure-borne sound -S348-
B 5 From June 2008: Cool box fuse -S340-
C Not used
D Not used
Fuse carrier 1
1 20 Heated bench seat cushion
for rear left seat -Z10-
Heated backrest for rear left seat -Z11-
Heated bench seat cushion for rear right seat -Z12-
Heated backrest for rear right seat -Z13-
2 10 Up to May 2010: Automatic gearbox control unit -J217- (0AT)
2 5 Up to May 2010: Automatic gearbox control unit -J217-
From June 2010: Aerial amplifier for mobile telephone -R86-
Chip card reader control unit -J676-
Telephone bracket -R126-
3 30 Heated seat cushion for
front left seat -Z45-
Heated seat cushion for front right seat -Z46-
3 15 RHD; from June 2009: Front right seat ventilation control unit -J799-
4 20 ABS control unit -J104-
5 15 LHD: Front passenger door control unit -J387-
Rear right door control unit -J389- (up to May 2008)
5 15 RHD: Driver door control unit -J386-
Rear left door control unit -J388-
6 25 LHD: 12 V socket 3 -U19- 12 V
socket 4 -U20-
6 25 RHD; up to May 2010: 12 V socket 3 -U19-
12 V socket 4 -U20-
6 30 RHD; from June 2010: Onboard supply control unit -J519-
7 10 LHD: Front passenger seat lumbar
support adjustment switch -E177-
RHD: Driver seat lumbar support adjustment switch -E176-
8 20 LHD: Cigarette lighter -U1-
8 25 RHD: Onboard supply control unit -J519-
9 25 LHD: 12 V socket -U5- 12 V
socket 2 -U18-
9 25 RHD: Onboard supply control unit -J519-
10 10 LHD: Climatronic control unit -J255-
Fresh air blower control unit -J126-
10 10 RHD:
Up to June 2010: Control unit in dash panel insert -J285-
From June 2010: Diagnostic interface for data bus -J533-
11 5 Up to May 2008: Brake light switch -F-
Brake pedal switch -F47-
ABS control unit -J104-
11 15 From June 2010: Refrigerator box -J698-
12 15 Onboard supply control unit 2 -J520-
Fuse carrier 2
1 10 Right headlight
2 5 Adaptive suspension control unit -J197-
3 5 Preparation for mobile telephone (9ZD)
4 5 Lane change assist control unit -J769-
Lane change assist control unit 2 -J770-
5 5 Brake light suppression relay -J508-
Clutch pedal switch -F36-
6 5 Automatic gearbox control unit -J217-
6 20 Automatic gearbox control unit -J217- (09D)
7 5 ABS control unit -J104-
8 5 Multifunction switch -F125-
Tiptronic switch -F189-
Selector lever sensors control unit -J587-
9 5 Control unit for parking aid -J446-
Control unit for overhead view camera -J928- (LHD; from June 2012)
10 5 LHD: Airbag control unit -J234-
RHD: Data bus diagnostic interface -J533-
11 5 LHD: Heated rear left seat
switch with regulator -E128-
Heated rear right seat switch with regulator -E129-
11 5 RHD: Steering column electronics control unit -J527-
Entry and start authorisation control unit -J518-
Light switch -E1-
Comfort system central control unit -J393-
Trailer detector control unit -J345-
12 5 LHD: Air quality sensor -G238-
Rear Climatronic operating and display unit -E265-
Climatronic control unit -J255-
12 5 RHD: Headlight range control regulator -E102-
Left headlight range control motor -V48-
Right headlight range control motor -V49-
Fuse carrier 3
1 15 Up to May 2007: Rear window wiper motor -V12-
From June 2008: Cool box -J698-
1 10 From June 2010: Control unit in dash panel insert -J285-
2 5 Up to June 2010: Left washer jet heater element -Z20-
Right washer jet heater element -Z21-
From June 2010: Reversing camera system control unit -J772-
3 30 Up to May 2010: Onboard supply control unit -J519-
3 5 From June 2010: DVD player -R7-
CD changer -R41-
4 5 From June 2009: Display unit for front information display and operating unit control unit -J685-
5 5 Up to June 2009: Telephone transmitter and receiver unit -R36-
Up to May 2010: Telephone bracket -R126-
Chip card reader control unit -J676
5 10
15
From June 2010: Automatic gearbox control unit -J217-
6 15 Up to June 2009: Control unit for front information display and operating unit -J523-
Aerial amplifier -R24-
 6 7.5 Up to June 2009: Control unit for front information display and operating unit -J523-
Up to May 2010: Control unit for information electronics 1 -J794-
6 30 From June 2010: Gearbox hydraulic pump relay -J510- (for models with start/stop system only)
Auxiliary hydraulic pump control unit -J922- (for models with start/stop system only)
7 20 Sliding sunroof adjustment control unit -J245-
8 20 Rear sliding sunroof control unit -J392-
9 20 Sunroof roller blind control unit -J394-
10 5 LHD: Media player in position 1 -R118- (up to May 2009)
Media player in position 2 -R119- (up to May 2009)
DVD player -R7- (up to May 2010)
CD changer -R41- (up to May 2010)
MiniDisc player -R153- (up to May 2009)
Video recorder and DVD player -R129- (up to May 2009)
Connection for external audio sources -R199- (from 2006 November up to May 2009)
10 30 RHD: Entry and start authorisation control unit -J518-
Entry​ and ​start ​authorisation ​switch -E415-
11 35 LHD: Front passenger side window regulator motor -V148-
Rear right window regulator motor -V27-
11 35 RHD: Driver door control unit -J386-
Driver side window regulator motor -V147-
Rear left door control unit -J388-
Rear left window regulator motor -V26-
12 10 LHD: Rear Climatronic operating and display unit -E265-
Rear fresh air blower control unit -J391-
12 10 RHD: Steering column electronics control unit -J527-

3- Fuse box in Luggage Compartment right / trunk (Marked 3 in the image above)

To access the fuse box located on the luggage compartment you should remove the right side trunk trim and open the fuse cover:

Audi Q7 4L Fuse Box Diagram – Luggage Compartment right

Description

No.
A
Function/component
Fuse carrier 6
1 15 Up to May 2010: Signal system control unit -J616-
From June 2010: Multimedia system control unit -J650-
2 30 Control unit for reducing agent metering system -J880-
3 15 Up to May 2010: Adaptive suspension control unit -J197-
3 5 From June 2012: Reducing agent tank flap switch -F502-
4 5 Up to May 2010: Reversing camera system control unit -J772-
Reversing camera -R189-
5 5 Control unit for parking aid -J446-
6 15 Comfort system central control unit 2 -J773-
7 15 Comfort system central control unit 2 -J773-
8 5 Remote control receiver for auxiliary heater -R64-
9 20 12 V socket 5 -U26-
10 20 Comfort system central control unit -J393-
11 15 Aerial reader unit for keyless entry system -J723-
12 30 Comfort system central control unit -J393-
Fuse carrier 5
1 15 Signal system control unit -J616-
2 5 Operating unit for special signals -E507-
3 15 Two-way radio cut-off relay -J84-
Two-way radio -R8-
4 15 Two-way radio cut-off relay -J84-
Two-way radio -R8-
5 5 Radio -R-
5 15 From June 2010: Signal system control unit -J616-
6 5 Up to June 2009: TV tuner -R78-
7 5 Up to June 2009: Navigation system with CD drive control unit -J401-
8 30 Up to June 2009: Digital sound package control unit -J525-
9 5 Up to June 2009: Digital radio -R147-
10 30 Up to June 2009: Digital sound package control unit 2 -J787-
11 5 Up to June 2009: Reversing camera system control unit -J772-
Up to June 2009: Reversing camera -R189-
12 Not used
Fuse carrier 4
1 5 From June 2009 up to May 2010: Radio -R-
1 7,5
30
From June 2010: Digital sound package control unit -J525-
2  5 From June 2009: TV tuner -R78-
From June 2011: Digital TV tuner -R171-
3 30 From June 2009: Digital sound package control unit -J525-
4 30 From June 2009: Digital sound package control unit 2 -J787-
5 15 Rear Seat Entertainment (9WP, 9WK) (from November 2007 up to May 2010)
Multimedia system control unit -J650- (up to May 2010)
Adaptive suspension control unit -J197- (from June 2010)
6 20 Comfort system central control unit -J393-
7 30 Rear lid control unit -J605-
Motor in rear lid control unit -V375-
8 30 Rear lid control unit 2 -J756-
Motor in rear lid control unit 2 -V376-
9 15 Trailer detector control unit -J345-
10 15
20
Trailer detector control unit -J345-
11 15
20
Trailer detector control unit -J345-
12 30
25
Trailer detector control unit -J345-
Hinged tow attachment ball head motor -V317-
Relay
1 Not used
2 Not used
3 From November 2007: 6-pin, connector -T6am-, for Rear Seat Entertainment

The instructions in this tutorial will work in the following model years:

2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 – Audi Q7 4L Petrol (3.0 TFSI and 3.6 FSI Quattro) and Diesel (3.0 TDI, 4.2 TDI and 6.0 V12 TDI) Engines.