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    Veteran Member Three Rings RocksForsSale's Avatar
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    Any idea where this plug goes. Grey/red brown/yellow brown 2 piece connector

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    Is this typically unhooked? I donít see a place for it. Itís near the obd-2 port and is a pretty long separate harness by the fuse block. In the pics I took doing my HC, canít tell if it was under there just so or went somewhere.

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    I searched a little and just found another unhooked:

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    Veteran Member Four Rings zillarob's Avatar
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    Is it the clutch switch?
    There are only 2 things needed to make an Audi work properly - Duct tape and WD40. If it moves and it shouldn't - Duct tape. If it doesnít move and it should - WD40.

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    Looks like the footwell light plug.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings zillarob's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perth_RS4 View Post
    Looks like the footwell light plug.
    It does, good call
    There are only 2 things needed to make an Audi work properly - Duct tape and WD40. If it moves and it shouldn't - Duct tape. If it doesnít move and it should - WD40.

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    Veteran Member Three Rings
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perth_RS4 View Post
    Looks like the footwell light plug.
    This. Plugs into the little incandescent light in the kick panel.

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    i concur

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    Veteran Member Three Rings RocksForsSale's Avatar
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    Thanks, I may have broken this thing when I tried to get access to the fusebox a while back. I thought it was two pieces and snapped part of it pulling it down thinking I needed to separate it. It must have been the piece with the light.

    Everything for my heater core job went well except for today I noticed my foglights wonít light up green anymore like they used to when you press em, even though I donít have em anymore because of p/o who did the fmic. Maybe when I pulled the dash it didnít have enough slack. It lights up red at night though.


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    Veteran Member Four Rings zillarob's Avatar
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    Fog light relay?
    Kinda like where the fuses would be on the dside, but on the pside instead.
    Its a bit of a mofo to get to.
    There are only 2 things needed to make an Audi work properly - Duct tape and WD40. If it moves and it shouldn't - Duct tape. If it doesnít move and it should - WD40.

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    Senior Member Three Rings LJS's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by zillarob View Post
    Fog light relay?
    Kinda like where the fuses would be on the dside, but on the pside instead.
    Its a bit of a mofo to get to.
    That's an understatement.....drop the glove box door---remove the glove box liner and pray your hand is small enough to get in there(behind the center of the dash) to get at that damn relay panel--I couldn't do it--got the relay out but for the life of me I couldn't re-seat the new one---Need girly hands



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