Audi Relay Parts
Audi is a globally acknowledged auto manufacturer that produces some of the highest respected luxury vehicles on the market. Their facilities are positioned in Germany where they continue to practice and break through on new ways of developing their advanced engineering. Their elite standards are used by their team daily, which has placed the company at an advantage in designing some of the best vehicles and products, especially with their relay parts and components. Your Audi’s relay is a specific type of remote switch that is magnetically operated and used to manage electrical circuits from a different reference point. The relay your Audi’s electrical parts, including, fuel pumps, air conditioner motors, and radiator fans. Your vehicles relays use flexible mechanical components that will eventually become worn out or burn. This will block the current to the circuits they relate to. Do not worry; your Audi’s relay switches are easy check. The first thing to do is locate the relay you want to inspect. Depending on the circuit it manages, your relay may be positioned beneath the dashboard or inside the engine compartment. Turn on the ignition switch to on to power the specific circuit you are inspecting if need be. Attach the alligator clip from a light to any working ground on your Audi. Check out the wire coming from your relay that’s is heading to the part with the tip of the test light. If the bulb in the test light is glowing, there is voltage, and your relay is not faulty. FCP Euro has the best quality Audi relay parts and components at the lowest price, including all of your Audi vehicle parts.
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Examine your Audi’s wire or wires flowing voltage to the relay with the test light replicating the same steps. If the light is glowing, there is voltage. If not, the relay is not getting any voltage, so you have to examine the voltage source. Turn off the ignition key and detach the relay from its connector, ensuring not to break the lock tabs on it. Locate your Audi relay's power and control terminals. Some relays have a circuit diagram on the top of the case to easier identify them. Examine for continuity between the two terminals with an ohmmeter. There should be no continuity. If there is, you have to replace the relay. Attach circuit terminals to your Audi’s relay and connect the other control terminal to ground with a different jumper wire. If you do not hear a click on the second connection, reverse them. If you are not hearing a click, you have to replace it. FCP Euro's proficient and dedicated call center team is continuously on call and ready to help out with any support or questions you have. If you would like more information to help find out which relay works best for your Audi, FCP has a large supply for the Audi brand. Check out FCP Euro’s website for all products, as well as our continuously updating inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.