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    Don't forget to check the center console top switches too...........8N7919719D
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    Decided to back track and check fuses again, just in case one blew during the repair. Found #6 open. Changed it out and everything is working well, maybe too well. Even got all the key fobs working.

    Anyway, I knew that the top was leaking at the seal and needed to use the car as a second since last Christmas. I decided to seal it as a temp fix. Well lowered the top but forgot to break the seal. Shattered the back window. Guess I need to fix that next.

    Thanks for all the help and info.

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    Decided to back track and check fuses again, just in case one blew during the repair. Found #6 open. Changed it out and everything is working well, maybe too well. Even got all the key fobs working.

    Anyway, I knew that the top was leaking at the seal and needed to use the car as a second since last Christmas. I decided to seal it as a temp fix. Well lowered the top but forgot to break the seal. Shattered the back window. Guess I need to fix that next.

    Thanks for all the help and info.

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    Engine Code: AMU That's not listed in ETKA engine codes going back to the first PDF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keithuk View Post
    Engine Code: AMU That's not listed in ETKA engine codes going back to the first PDF.
    I checked ElsaWin for that Type Code: 8N9569 and engine code AMU and it shows. Under power unit it shows other engine codes that are used.

    If you Google Audi AMU engine code. Sites show its used in America.

    APX or AMU

    Whats the difference between engines? AMU? BEA? etc.

    Manufacturer: Audi, Date(s) Used: 09/2002-06/2006, Model: Audi TT/TTS Coupe/Roadster, Engine Code: AMU, 165Kw, 225PS, 1.8 Ltr, 4 Cyls, Remarks: USA ("USA"): Turbo, Motronic

    FMN is shown:

    Manufacturer: Audi, Date(s) Used: 07/2001-04/2003, Model: Audi TT/TTS Coupe/Roadster, Transmission Code: FMN, Transmission Type: 6S
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