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Yes I do want a reply. I am obviously asking everyone that I can think of and would value your advise as well.
My wife has a 2009 Q7 TDI .... I believe it is a Premium edition but I honestly don't remember what I bought. I can look tonight when I get home.
As far as what has been done to this point. We removed the seat and replaced the battery. Left the battery disconnected for over 30 minutes (both pos and neg for the amount of time to swap them over and left the pos unattached for 30 beyond that). During the time it was disconnected we put the key to the on position to help the drain of any capacitors or whatever else in there that might hold a charge. Then we connected it back up and turned the car on. Still no change. I went to the console display and did a factory reset for the MMI as a last hope and there is no change.
As far as my skill set.. I can turn a wrench...no mechanic.. I am good with computers and work with firmware changes on devices everyday. Can handle most stuff electrical with direction..
tks for your help..
Update... My son was driving it and called and said that when he put the car in reverse the ac shut on. When he put it in drive it shut off. He put it back in reverse to see if it was a fluke and it turned on but this time stayed on when he went to drive. I need to see if all the other functions are back like bluetooth and seat configuration memory. Is there a reset that putting it in reverse might have triggered?
no it was not blank. everything looked like it was working but just no air was being pushed.
I am confused, you stated the screen was blank but its also looked like it was working correct?
lol... the message read "no it was not blank".. no biggie kinda funny though... when the fan screen would come up I could change the speed level of the fan as the screen would read but the actual fan would not start. The weird part is it appears to be still working.. I messed enough with computers and systems that I know this isn't done yet so I would like to find the cause if possible and also would like to know how to reset to get the computer to "reboot"
Been a long day, I guess.
SO far it looks like your blower control module is to blame since its is showing to be commanded but not providing power or ground to the blower. The concern has to be diagnosed when faulty or we will not be able to figure this out. When not working we need to verify the power and ground to the control module are good. Use the below diagrams.
The only way to do a DIY reset is with a negative battery cable removal for 10 minutes. A reflash or update must be performed with a dealer level scan tool.