where would the radio be to replace the fuse? what component has the fuse? audi a6 2007
Do you understand the MMI on the Audi a6, the radio is integrated into the system via the MMI / fiber optic loop. There really is no standard radio component in the dash. if I have to explain this to you then I don't think I have an audi expert. The problem is really not just with the radio, the blue tooth module does not work the system sounds like its resetting all of the time.
i don't have scan tool and but did have a audi tech tell me that it can be a short or the telephone control module, but its strange that it works then it does not, so a bad fuse is likely not going to do this.
what system or software that I can purchase to obtain the codes?
just found the problem< its the blue tooth module under the drivers seat. By removing the fiber optic cables going into it and fixing them so they point at each other the radio and all other functions are now working properly. removed the whole unit
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thanks for the advice on what program to get, will this do all functions of the car and allow me to reset the engine light after understanding whats going on??
thats good, so the bluetooth module has failed and will need to be replaced, install a new one and code the new module with the same coding that you see when on the vagcom screen when you scan that module.
Clear the faults and everything should be working. Vagcom will allow you to do everything that the factory scantools used in the dealership can do. And ross tech website has support when you purchase directly from them.You can call the number and speak to a live person and they have a forum and a library on line full of diagnostic support.
What is this "now, where do I find one 6369dx077571723 model no BE 6369"
The bluetooth module?
You basically have remove it from the fiberoptic loop and connected the line in its place.