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Old 06-11-2007, 05:57 PM   #1
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Default Hello from Ex-Audi '03 A6 2.7T owner upgrading to 1992 SSE.

Well at least the SSE'* paid for..... Now if I can get it started... Not sending signal to starter or fuel pump. Will changing the Ignition switch & getting new key programmed solve the problem?
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Hi and welcome to the club.

The key isn't programmed, its just a chip resistor embedded in the key. If your security light stays on then iits time to look into the key & cylinder; if its not on your problem is elsewhere. Possibly the solenoid, ignitions switch, or eec relay.

You can easily find the values posted on the net for the key resistances.(I'm not sure if we're allowed to post them here so I didn't). Measure the ohms across the pellet in the key; It should fall into one of the valid ranges: if not replace the key. Next disconnect the two wires comming down the streering column, typically white wire that may be in an orange sleeve, with the key in - backprobe the those wires going up the steering column and see if you get the same resistance reading as the key. If not replace the lock cylinder.
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welcome, thats quite the upgrade

in addition to popatim'* information, you will find these topics helpful
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...highlight=vats

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...highlight=ohms
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Thanks popatim & harofreak00 for the valable information;

I'll try it in the next day or two & repost the results.


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Okay; guys I forgot I had changed the ECM after the new starter didn't work. So I put the original one back on. Now it tries to crank then dies out but the battery is fully charged; same problem?

By the way the AUDI looks good but was a money pit. Don't make this mistake!!!
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Start a new thread in 92-99 in order to get maximum exposure with your mechanical issue.

We'll get you fixed up in that thread.
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Start a new thread in 92-99 in order to get maximum exposure with your mechanical issue.

We'll get you fixed up in that thread.
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Welcome. Where are you from? I see you mentioned the car was from upstate NY and was just wondering if you were from around there too.
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Default Hello from Ex-Audi '03 A6 2.7T owner upgrading to 1992 SSE.

No man, dont live in NY state. Atlanta; i thought I listed it in my profile, oh well. But did spend a couple of years in Manhatten. That was enough for me weatherwise. I love NY though; wish it weren't so darn expensive.
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