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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-30-2004, 02:39 AM Thread Starter
 
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hey all i have a problem with my turn signals both directions they work a second then they speed up and stop altogether i hear the relay click (behind the hazzard button) does any one know EXACTALY where the relay is? or where i can find a diagram? its not the bulbs ive checked thank you for any help
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How about in the fuse box to the left of the dash?
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How about in the fuse box to the left of the dash?
well after alot of research and questioning ALOT of tt owners i found out that the relay is part of the emergency flasher button assembly and the radio needs to come out so its off to the dealer i guess
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Getting the radio out is not a problem, mine does not seem to have any kind of latching mechanism and just slid out. I had a tape cassette stuck and removed it myself. The wires are all modular plug-in and so easy to remove and replace back correctly.
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There is not much room in this bay to manouver though and I suspect that the radio bracket will be in the way of the relay assembly which would make it a little more tricky. I would double check that this is the route in. I would have suspected that it is via the cubby or through one of the panels either side of the driver or passenger footwells. Let us know.... some photos would be handy if you can post any.
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I have removed my radio to replace the flasher on the dash, but even with the radio out, I can not get to the flasher assembly. What else needs to come out to change it? Any help and photos would be very helpful. I have a 2001 Audi TT Quattro.
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