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Audi TT Coupé ‘07 Electrical and Infotainment Systems
Self-Study Programme 382
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A06.5S00.27.20
Self-study programmes on the TT Coupé
Innovations in the electronics, electrical and infotainment
systems in the Audi TT Coupé ‘07
SSP 380 Audi TT Coupé ‘07
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Self-Study Programme 382 describes the new
features of the convenience electronics in the
Audi TT Coupé ‘07. The proven electronic
technology of the Audi A3 ‘04 has been adopted for
the TT Coupé. The most striking new feature is the
automatic extending rear spoiler activated by the
convenience system central control unit.
Body
Occupant protection
Engine
Suspension system
Electrical system
Air conditioning
Infotainment
Order number: A06.5S00.25.20
In the TT Coupé, the driver information system (DIS)
in the centre display of the dash panel insert has an
extended settings and query menu.
The customer can use the settings menu to
configure functions and make adjustments. This
was previously possible only in vehicles with MMI.
SSP 381 Audi TT Coupé ‘07 Suspension System
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Front axle
Rear axle
Shock absorber system
Brake system
Order number: A06.5S00.26.20
The Audi TT Coupé ‘07 offers the customer
a multitude of functions and equipment options,
with the result that the number of control units has
increased considerably compared to the
predecessor model.
To ensure smooth interaction between control units,
the control units communicate with one another
across various bus systems.
The networking structure is largely identical to that
of the Audi A3 `04. In this self-study programme you
will be informed about the network topology of the
TT Coupé and about the installation locations of the
various control units as well as their functions.
SSP 382 Audi TT Coupé ‘07 Electrical and Infotainment Systems
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Networking
Bus topology
Convenience electronics
Infotainment
Order number: A06.5S00.27.20
SSP 383 Audi TT Coupé ‘07 - Body
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The Audi TT Coupé ‘07 comes with new generation
2plus radios. The radios feature a new reception
concept as well as
MP3 compatible CD drives.
The TT Coupé, as do the Audi A3 and A4, comes with
a BNS 5.0 radio navigation system with MMI user
interface and CD navigation.
The BOSE Surround Sound system, which includes
12 loudspeakers driven by a 255 watt amplifier, sets
new standards in this vehicle class.
Order number: A06.5S00.28.20
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Excellence in design & performance
Audi Space Frame
Production processes and joining methods
Surface finish
Electromechanical rear spoiler
Repair concept
Passive safety concept
Contents
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Topology and networking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installation overview - control units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Fuses and relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Electrical system and convenience electronics . . . . . . 10
Data bus diagnostic interface J533 (gateway). . . . . .
Control unit with display in dash panel insert J285 .
Onboard power supply control unit J519 . . . . . . . . . .
Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front outside light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear outside light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Convenience system central control unit J393 . . . . .
Parking aid control unit J446. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Infotainment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Chorus, concert and symphony
MP3 basics - ID3 day . . . . . . . . . .
Audi Navigation (BNS 5.0). . . . . .
Sound systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Apple iPod adaptor . . . . . . . . . . .
Aerials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
radios in 2-DIN housing
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The self-study programme teaches the design and function of new vehicle models,
new automotive components or new technologies.
The self-study programme is not a repair manual!
All values given are intended as a guideline only, and refer
to the software version valid at the time of publication of the SSP.
For maintenance and repair work, always refer to the current technical literature.
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Note
Overview
Topology and networking
Engine control unit
J623
Direct shift gearbox
mechatronics
J743
Selector lever
E313
ABS control unit
J104
ECD control unit
(electronically
controlled damping)
J250
Airbag control unit
J234
Headlight range
control, control unit
J431
Four-wheel drive
control unit
J492
Tyre pressure
monitor control unit 2
J793*
Power steering
control unit
J500
Steering angle
sender
G85
Steering column
electronics control
unit
J527
Multi-function
steering wheel control
unit
J453
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Power output module
for left headlight
J667
Power output module for
right headlight
J668
Diagnostic port
Control unit with display
in dash panel insert
J285
Telephone transmitter
and receiver unit
R36
Data bus diagnostic interface
J533
Driver door
control unit
J386
Digital satellite
radio tuner
R190
Front passenger
door control unit
J387
Digital sound package
control unit
J525
Parking aid
control unit
J446
TV tuner
R78
Convertible top
operation control unit
J256
Radio
R
Auxiliary air
heater control unit
J604
Control unit with
display for radio and
navigation
J503
Climatronic
control unit
J255
Anti-theft alarm
system sensor
G578
Convenience system
central control unit
J393
Alarm horn
H12
Onboard power
supply control unit
J619
Wiper motor
control unit
J400
Tyre pressure monitor
control unit
J502**
Rain and light
detector sensor
G397
CD changer
R41
Powertrain CAN bus
infotainment CAN bus
Convenience CAN bus
Dash panel insert CAN bus
Diagnostics CAN bus
LIN bus
Subbus system
Panasonic bus
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* for tyre pressure monitoring system 2 only (ECE = Europe)
** for tyre pressure monitor only (SAE = North America)
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Overview
Installation overview - control units
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Legend
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Garage door operation control unit J530
Direct shift gearbox mechatronics J743
Power steering control unit J500
Engine control unit J623
ABS control unit J104
Wiper motor control unit J400
Alarm horn H12
Onboard power supply control unit J519
Headlight range control, control unit J431
Data bus diagnostic interface J533
CD changer R41
Tyre pressure monitor control unit 2 J793 /
Tyre pressure monitor control unit J502*
Control unit with display in dash panel insert
J285
Radio R
Control unit with display for radio and
navigation J503
Climatronic control unit J255
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Steering column electronics control unit J527
Steering angle sender G85
Multi-function steering wheel control unit
J453
Rain and light detector sensor G397
Driver door control unit J386
Front passenger door control unit J387
Anti-theft alarm system sensor G578
Telephone transmitter and receiver unit R36
Airbag control unit J234
ECD control unit (electronically controlled
damping) J250
Digital satellite radio tuner R190
Digital sound package control unit J525
Convenience system central control unit J393
Parking aid control unit J446
TV tuner R78
Radio controlled clock receiver J489
* for tyre pressure monitor only SAE
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Overview
Fuses and relays
The fuse and relay carriers
In the Audi TT Coupé ´07 the fuse and relay carriers
are located in the following positions:
Auxiliary relay carrier below
the boot trim
– Electronics box in engine compartment, front left
– Fuse carrier, dash panel left hand side on A-post
– Onboard power supply control unit and auxiliary
relay carrier below dash panel on left
– Main fuse box directly on the battery
– Auxiliary relay carrier in the boot on the right,
below the boot trim
For details of fuse and relay assignments, please
refer to the current service literature.
Electronics box
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Main fuse box
Fuse carrier
Onboard power supply control unit
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Electrical system and convenience electronics
Data bus diagnostic interface (gateway) J533
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The gateway represents the interface between the
various bus systems, i.e. it facilitates
communication between the control units of various
bus systems. Every Audi TT Coupé ´07 has
a powertrain CAN bus, dash panel insert CAN,
diagnostics CAN bus, convenience CAN bus and
infotainment CAN bus.
Dash panel insert CAN bus
Master functions
Diagnostics CAN bus
– Powertrain CAN bus run-on
– Sending the 'Sleep' command
Powertrain
CAN bus
Infotainment CAN bus
Convenience CAN bus
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Installation location
The gateway is installed under the dash panel
adjacent the pedal bracket and can be accessed
from the driver's footwell.
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Function diagram
Wake-up line
The function diagram is identical to that of data bus
diagnostic interface as featured on the Audi A3 ´04.
The dash panel insert J285 and the data bus
diagnostic interface J533 can wake each other from
idle via the bidirectional wake-up line. The dash
panel insert CAN between the dash panel insert and
the data bus diagnostic interface is a highspeed
CAN and, unlike the convenience CAN bus, is not
wake-up capable via the CAN line.
Onboard voltage is applied to the wake-up line
when terminal 15 is "on".
This wake-up function is required to wake up the
dash panel insert CAN without "terminal 15 on" after
the CAN bus has been in idle state.
For example, to be able to display date, time and
mileage in the dash panel insert after opening the
driver's door, but before turning on the ignition.
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Transport mode
The Transport mode, which keeps power
consumption to a minimum while the vehicle is
being transported, is implemented in the gateway
on the Audi TT Coupé ´07.
Transport mode can be activated and deactivated
using the diagnostic testers. This can be done both
using the Services function in the vehicle selfdiagnostics and using the gateway test plan in the
Guided Functions mode or in the Guided Fault
Finding mode.
Vehicle self-diagnostics
Services
Select diagnostic function
Query fault memory - overall system
Clear fault memory - overall system
Activate Transport mode
Deactivate Transport mode
Goto
Print
Help
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Reference
For further information on the
Transport mode, refer to Self-Study
Programme 312.
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Electrical system and convenience electronics
Master function for terminal 15 across the powertrain CAN-bus
As in the Audi A3 ´04, information transmitted across the powertrain CAN bus includes a run-on function.
This allows the various control units to transmit information relevant to safety even when the ignition is off.
With regard to terminal 15 run-on, there are three different groups of powertrain CAN bus control units:
Active and passive control units as well as control units without run-on.
Active control units are control units which are able to keep the powertrain CAN bus awake.
Passive control units remain awake until the gateway signals it is ready to enter Sleep mode, but cannot
independently keep the powertrain CAN bus awake.
Control units without run-on function shut off immediately after "ignition off".
active
passive
without
Engine control unit
J623
Steering angle sensor
G85
Four-wheel drive
control unit
J492
Direct shift gearbox
mechatronics
J743
Selector lever
E313
Headlight range control,
control unit
J431
ESP control unit
J104
Airbag control unit
J234
Power steering control unit
J500
ECD control unit (electronically
controlled damping)
J250
Tyre pressure monitor
control unit 2
J793
Data bus diagnostic interface
J533
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Coding the gateway
Difference to the Audi A3 ´04
When coding the gateway, the derivative (body
version) "Coupé, sports car" must be selected for the
Audi TT Coupé ´07.
Reference
For information on coding the
gateway, refer to Self-Study
Programme 312.
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Control unit with display in dash panel insert J285
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Variants of the control unit with display in dash panel insert J285
Lowline variant
The Lowline variant is the basic version. The basic version has, in lieu of a centre display, dedicated warning
lamps which indicate warnings and fault conditions in the system to the driver. The low washer fluid warning
lamp, previously available only in the Highline variant, has been added.
Midline variant
The Midline variant is only used in vehicles with automatic gearbox which do not have a driver information
system (DIS). In the Midline variant, the centre display is used only for gear indication and ambient
temperature display. The ambient temperature display is standard equipment in the Audi TT Coupé ´07.
Highline variant
The Highline variant has a centre display with a resolution of 64 x 88 pixels in lieu of the warning l;lamps.
Warnings and fault conditions are indicated by yellow and red icons on the centre display.
The Highline variant is fitted automatically in combination with the following optional equipment:
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Screen navigation
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Mobile phone adapter with multifunction steering wheel
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Cruise control system
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Electrical system and convenience electronics
Immobiliser IV
The immobiliser is integrated in dash panel insert J285.
The immobiliser data is stored in the FAZIT database of AUDI AG.
The immobiliser IV can be adapted using the Audi diagnostic testers in the "Guided Fault Finding" and in the
"Guided Functions" modes.
The diagnostic tester must be online in order to make a connection to the FAZIT database.
The dash panel insert is addressed via the address word 17 and the immobiliser via the address word 25.
This means that data blocks, adaption channels and fault memories are handled separately.
Reference
For further information on
immobiliser IV as well as the FAZIT
database, refer to Self-Study
Programme 294.
New features of the onboard computer
The onboard computer has the following new features:
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In the Audi TT Coupé ´07 the mileage since the last reset of the onboard computer is indicated on onboard
computer levels 1 and 2.The maximum range of the mileage indicator is 9999.9 kilometres and the
resolution is 100 metres.
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The driving time display range was extended from 99:59 h to 999:59 h on both onboard computer levels.
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Each individual display variable of the onboard computer can be deactivated separately in the convenience
menu under "SET". This applies to both onboard computer levels.
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All display variables of the onboard computer can be reset in the convenience menu under "SET".
Note
The new features described in this
section of control unit with display in
dash panel insert J285 of the
Audi TT Coupé ’07 will also be
introduced in the current Audi A3 ‘04
after the transition from model year
2006 to 2007.
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Display of cruise control system speed setting
When the cruise control system is active, the current speed setting is indicated on the centre display of the
dash panel insert in the Audi TT Coupé ´07. If one of the two onboard computer levels is shown on the centre
display, the set speed is indicated continuously. The speed is normally displayed in the position where the
ambient temperature is indicated.
If the digital speedometer is shown on the centre display or if it is currently being used by the navigation
system, the set speed is displayed after activating the cruise control system for 3 seconds, after which the
display returns automatically to the original screen.
After "terminal 15 on", the function shown on the dash panel insert centre display before "terminal 15 off" is
restored. In the example below, the digital speedometer is displayed.
DISPLAY TYPE
SET
QUERY
>MENU OFF
On-board computer
Level 1
On-board computer
Level 2
HELP
START SCREEN
Navigation display
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Description of the various options
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Press Reset key on onboard computer
Press Reset key on onboard computer when cruise control system is inactive
Press Reset key on onboard computer when cruise control system is active
Set a speed when the cruise control system is active
Cancel set speed when the cruise control system is active
automatically after 3 seconds
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Electrical system and convenience electronics
The extended convenience menu - menu option "SET"
It is possible to go from onboard computer levels 1
and 2 and the digital speedometer to the menu
shown by pressing the Reset key on the onboard
computer:
DISPLAY TYPE
>SET
QUERY
MENU OFF
In the menu option "SET" the driver can change the
settings of the control unit with display in dash
panel insert or onboard computer, and can also
make settings in different control units. In this way
it is possible to set for example the central locking
system and acoustic parking system. The
windscreen wipers can also be adjusted to the
service position in this way.
HELP
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All setting options are shown below in the
associated menu structure:
SET
Units
Clock
Current time
12h or 24h mode
Current Date
Date display mode
Computer
Computer 1
Reset all values in onboard computer 1
Display range on / off
Display driving time on / off
Display mileage on / off
Display average fuel consumption on / off
Display average speed on / off
Display current fuel consumption on / off
Computer 2
Reset all values in onboard computer 2
Display range on / off
Display driving time on / off
Display mileage on / off
Display average fuel consumption on / off
Display average speed on / off
Display current fuel consumption on / off
Speed alarm
Switch speed alarm on or off
Set speed alarm threshold (in increments of 10 kph)
Display distances in kilometres or miles
Fuel consumption display in l/100km or in km/l
Temperature display in °C or °F
Lights
Indicating
Convenience indicator (= motorway indicator function)
on or off
Wiper
Front
Service position on or off
Window
Convenience opening on or off
Doors
Unlocking
Unlock driver's door or all doors
Horn mode on or off
Lock
Switch Autolock on or off
Horn mode on or off
Language
German
English
Francais
Italiano
Espanol
Portugues
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Control unit
Rear
Volume:
Pitch:
Levels 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5
Levels 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5
The extended convenience menu - menu option "QUERY"
All querying options are shown below in the
associated menu structure:
QUERY
Service
Service in: x kilometres
y days
DISPLAY TYPE
SET
>QUERY
MENU OFF
Vehicle ID
VIN
Engine oil temperature
HELP
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Engine oil temperature: x degrees
The extended convenience menu - menu option "MENU OFF"
To return to the display of onboard computer
variables, select the menu option "MENU OFF",
press the Reset key on the onboard computer and
return to onboard computer level 1.
DISPLAY TYPE
SET
QUERY
>MENU OFF
HELP
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Electrical system and convenience electronics
Onboard power supply control unit J519
Function
The onboard power supply control unit in the Audi
TT Coupé ´07 basically has the same main functions
as the control unit in the Audi A3 ´04.
The onboard power supply control unit controls:
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the outside light
the charge indicator lamp
terminal 58s
the load management system
terminals 15, 50 and 30G
the electric fuel pump II relay
the windscreen wiper
the heated rear window
the signal horn
the interior light
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Installation location
The onboard power supply control unit is housed
under the dash panel on the left, and can be
accessed by removing the dash panel trim in the
driver footwell.
System overview
The onboard power supply control unit is integrated
in the convenience CAN bus within the vehicle
networking system.
It also performs the function of the LIN master for
the wiper motor control unit and the rain and light
detector sensor.
Onboard power supply
control unit
J519
Wiper motor
control unit
J400
Rain and light
detector sensor
G397
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Reference
For further information on the
outside light control, activation of the
charge indicator lamp, the dimming
function (terminals 58s and 58d),
the load management system, the
terminal management system as well
as the fuel pump relay control, refer
to Self-Study Programme 312.
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Battery
The battery is installed in the boot on the right and
can be accessed by removing the cargo-area floor.
The Audi TT Coupé ´07 does not have a slave start
connector because the battery is directly accessible.
Therefore, battery charging and auxiliary power
supply are via the battery terminals.
For trickle charging of showroom vehicles,
a suitable charger, e.g. VAS 5059A, VAS 5900 or
VAS 5903 must be connected in order to conserve
battery power.
If the battery is discharged or faulty, the boot lid can
be released using an emergency release device. For
information on the emergency release device, refer
to the Audi TT Coupé ´07 Owner's Manual.
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The following batteries are used
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61Ah / 330A
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72Ah / 380A
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75Ah / 420A (dry-cell battery for the North
American market)
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80Ah / 380A
The choice of battery is dependent on
– engine variant
– trim package
– country spec package
Battery test
The battery acid level is tested in the conventional
manner by visual inspection.
If the acid level in the battery cells is too low, then
the battery must be replaced.
As in the predecessor model, battery voltage is
measured under load using battery tester
VAS 5097A.
Reference
For further information as well as
safety instructions, please refer to the
current service literature.
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Electrical system and convenience electronics
Front outside light
Headlight
Generally, in the case of the Audi TT Coupé ´07, a distinction is made between three variants:
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Halogen headlight
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Bi-xenon headlight
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Bi-xenon headlight with AFS
Configuration of the front lamps in the halogen headlight variant
Side reflector
Low beam headlight
Main-beam headlight
Side light / sidemarking light (SAE*)
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Indicator
The following bulbs are used in the halogen headlight variant:
12 V bulb
Rated power
Side light
W5W
5 watts
Low-beam headlight
H7
55 watts
Main-beam headlight
H7
55 watts
Indicator
H21W
21 watts
Sidemarking lights (SAE*)
WY5W
5 watts
* country-specific variant for the North American market
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Type
Configuration of the front lights in the bi-xenon headlight and bi-xenon headlight with AFS variants
Side reflector
Low-beam headlight /
main-beam headlight
Daytime driving lights
Side light / sidemarking light (SAE)
Indicator
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The following bulbs are used in the bi-xenon headlight or bi-xenon with AFS variant:
12 V bulb
Type
Rated power
Side light
H6W
6 watts
Low beam headlight
D1S
35 watts
Main-beam headlight
D1S
35 watts
Indicator
H21W
21 watts
Sidemarking lights (SAE)
WY5W
5 watts
Light bulb replacement
All light bulbs in the headlights can be replaced
using the vehicle tool kit.
The headlights can be removed without taking off
the bumper.
For information on light bulb replacement, refer to
the Audi TT Coupé ´07 Owner's Manual.
Since gas discharge lamps are subject to special
safety requirements, replacement of such lights
should be referred to an authorised workshop.
Note
For instructions for removing the
headlights and details of safety
requirements for gas discharge
lamps, please refer to the current
service literature.
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Electrical system and convenience electronics
Fog light
Mounting bracket
Fastening bolts
Fog light
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The fog lights on the Audi TT Coupé ´07 are located in the bumper. An H11 bulb with a rating of 55 watts is
used as a lighting element.The bulb can be replaced with the vehicle tool kit.
For instructions for removing the fog lights, refer to the Audi TT Coupé ´07 Owner's Manual.
Sidelight
Sidelight
The sidelight uses LED technology and is housed in
the door mirror housing. The sidelight is activated
by the respective door control unit. The sidelight
and the electrically adjustable outer mirror glass
drive motor can be replaced individually by the
service workshop.
Refer to the current Workshop Manual!
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Rear outside light
The rear lights on the Audi TT Coupé ´07 are available in two variants:
– ECE variant for the European market
– SAE variant for the North American market
The differences between the two rear lights relate to the indicator and sidemarker lights:
– ECE variant: reflector in the area of the indicator in yellow-brown and rear lights without sidemarker light
– SAE variant: reflector in the area of indicators in red and rear lights with sidemarker light
Outer taillight and brake light
Reflector
Inner taillight, brake and
parking light
Sidemarker light (SAE only)
Reversing light
Side reflector
Outer indicator
Inner indicator
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The following lighting elements are used in the rear lights on the Audi TT Coupé ´07:
12 V bulb
Type
Rated power
Taillight and brake light
P21W
21 watts
Reversing light
W16W
16 watts
Indicator
W16W
16 watts
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Electrical system and convenience electronics
Third brake light
Third brake light
The third brake light is located in the bootlid under
the rear spoiler.
It uses LED technology and can only be replaced as
a complete assembly. Replacement of the third
brake light should be referred to an authorised
workshop.
Refer to the current Workshop Manual.
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Rear fog light
Rear fog light
The rear fog light in the Audi TT Coupé ´07 is fitted
at the centre of the rear bumper. An H21W bulb with
a rating of 21 watts is used as a lighting element.
The bulb can be replaced from below without taking
off the bumper. The lamp socket is secured in the
lamp housing by means of a bayonet fitting.
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Convenience system central control unit J393
Tasks of the convenience system central
control unit J393
The convenience system central control unit J393
of the Audi TT Coupé ’07 is based on the
convenience system control unit in the Audi A3 ’04.
Its range of functions has been extended to include
an "electrically adjustable rear spoiler" function.
Convenience system central control unit J393 has
the following tasks:
●
Central locking master
●
Anti-theft alarm system master
●
LIN master for communication with the
components of the antitheft alarm system
●
Control of the "electrically adjustable rear
spoiler"
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Activation of the luggage compartment lights
●
Read-in of the handbrake contact switch
●
Data exchange with other control units across
the convenience CAN bus
●
Self-diagnosis and diagnosis of connected
components
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In the Audi TT Coupé ´07, the convenience system
central control unit J393 is located at the rear right
on a control unit holder. It is located directly under
the parking aid control unit J446, if installed in the
vehicle.
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Electrical system and convenience electronics
Electrically adjustable rear spoiler
Introduction
The Audi TT Coupé ´07 has, as standard, an "electrically adjustable rear spoiler" function.
The extended rear spoiler provides additional driving stability when driving at high speeds.
Rear spoiler in lower end position (retracted)
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Rear spoiler in upper end position (extended)
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Function and operation
Automatic mode
The rear spoiler is extended automatically when
a speed of 120 kph is exceeded. When the vehicle
speed drops below the 80 kph speed threshold
again, the rear spoiler is retracted automatically.
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Manual mode
The rear spoiler can be extended up to a speed of 120 kph by flicking the adjustable rear spoiler switch E127.
The rear spoiler can also be retracted and extended within a road range between 20 kph and 120 kph by
flicking the adjustable rear spoiler switch E127. The rear spoiler cannot be retracted at speeds of 120 kph or
higher.
When driving at speeds of between 0 kph and 20 kph, the switch must be kept pressed while the rear spoiler is
retracting. If the switch is released while the rear spoiler is retracting, the rear spoiler will stop in its
momentary position. Actuating the switch again will cause the rear spoiler to extend again.
The adjustable rear spoiler warning lamp K242 integrated in switch E127 comes on whenever the rear spoiler
is extended manually. As soon as the rear spoiler is retracted again or the system switches to Automatic mode
because the vehicle is travelling faster than 120 kph, the warning lamp goes out again.
Note
When the Transport mode is
activated, the Automatic mode is
active and the "Manual mode" is
deactivated.It is not possible to
extend and retract the rear spoiler by
actuating the adjustable rear spoiler
switch when Transport mode is set.
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Electrical system and convenience electronics
System behaviour in case of malfunction
A detected system malfunction is indicated to the
driver by activating a rear spoiler warning lamp in
the rev counter. If no fault has occurred, this
indicator lamp comes on for 3 seconds after turning
on the ignition and goes out again.
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In the case of the following faults, the rear spoiler is extended for safety reasons:
●
The convenience system central control unit J393 receives no road speed signal
●
The convenience system central control unit no longer receives any CAN messages
●
Implausible signals to rear spoiler adjustment limit switches 1 and 2 are detected
●
The convenience system central control unit is supplied with undervoltage (U < 10.5 V)
Note
If a fault is detected in the
"electrically adjustable rear spoiler"
function, the ESP can no longer be
switched off manually. If the ESP was
switched off at this time, it is
reactivated automatically.
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Integration of the function into the vehicle
The "electrically adjustable rear spoiler" function is implemented in the convenience system central control
unit J393. The control unit activates the adjustable rear spoiler motor V52 and reads in the two limit switches
F135 and F136, which are used to identify both limit positions of the rear spoiler.
The convenience system control unit J393 also reads in the adjustable rear spoiler switch E127 and activates
the adjustable rear spoiler warning lamp K242 in the button according to the current status.
Convenience system central control unit
J393
V52
F135
F136
E127
K242
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Legend
E127
F135
F136
J393
K242
V52
Adjustable rear spoiler switch
Rear spoiler adjustment limit switch 1
Rear spoiler adjustment limit switch 2
Convenience system central control unit
Adjustable rear spoiler warning lamp
Adjustable rear spoiler motor
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Electrical system and convenience electronics
Design of the "electrically adjustable rear spoiler"
The "electrically adjustable rear spoiler" consists of two components which can be ordered separately:
●
the rear spoiler module
●
the spoiler wing
A DC motor mounted on the rear spoiler module transmits a rotary movement to the input shaft vi a gear and
special joint (four-way joint). The shaft converts this movement to a lifting movement by means of left and
right reversing mechanisms. The lifting movement moves the spoiler wing mounted on the rear spoiler
module from the lower limit position to the upper limit position or vice versa, depending on momentary
position of the rear spoiler.
Two limit switches for detecting the lower and upper limit positions are actuated by the four-way joint.
Complete rear spoiler module without mounted spoiler wing
Reversing mechanism
Plate for mounting
the spoiler wing
Drive shaft
Reversing mechanism
Drive unit
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Adjustable rear spoiler drive unit
Drive shaft
Four-way joint
Rear spoiler adjustment limit
switch 1 F135
(the second limit switch F136
is not shown)
Gear
DC motor
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Diagnosis
The scope of diagnosis in the convenience system central control unit J393 has been extended to include the
new function.Address word 46 is assigned to the convenience system central control unit in the diagnostic
tester.
There is a new data block for the "electrically adjustable rear spoiler" function. It contains the following
information:
●
Switch for detecting the end position "rear spoiler retracted" is actuated or not actuated
●
Switch for detecting the end position "rear spoiler extended" is actuated or not actuated
●
Adjustable rear spoiler switch E127 is actuated or not actuated
●
Warning lamp K242 in the adjustable rear spoiler switch E127 is on or off
There is adaption or final control diagnostics function for the electrically adjustable rear spoiler. It is not
included in the coding either, but is standard equipment in the TT Coupé.
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Electrical system and convenience electronics
New features of the antitheft alarm system
In the Audi TT Coupé ´07 the interior monitor
sender/receiver module 1 G303 and the antitheft/tilt
system control unit J529 are combined as a unit the antitheft alarm system sensor G578.
This means that the convenience system central
control unit J393 in combination with the optional
"antitheft alarm system" two LIN users in the
Audi TT Coupé ´07.
Convenience
system central
control unit
J393
Anti-theft alarm
system sensor
G578
Alarm horn
H12
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The new antitheft alarm system sensor G578 is
integrated in the overhead module of the
Audi TT Coupé ´07.
It has a 4-pin connector and is connected via a LIN
bus line to the convenience system central control
unit J393.
Ultrasonic sensor
Anti-theft alarm system sensor G578
Ultrasonic sensor
Microphone
Microphone
Interior light
Front passenger side
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Overhead module connector
(interior light)
Connector of the antitheft alarm
system sensor
Interior light
driver side
Parking aid control unit J446
Introduction
The Audi TT Coupé ´07 is equipped for the first time with an acoustic parking system with ultrasonic sensors
as featured previously in other Audi models. A 4-channel rear acoustic parking system is available as optional
equipment.
The term "4-channel rear acoustic parking system" means that 4 acoustic parking sensors which monitor the
area behind the vehicle are integrated in the rear bumper cover.
Acoustic parking system control unit J446
The acoustic parking system control unit J446 is
a carry-over part from the Audi A3 ‘04. Both the
hardware and the software are identical.
The systems in the Audi TT Coupé ´07 and in the
Audi A3 ’04 (different installation positions of the
acoustic parking sensor in the rear bumper) are
differentiated by the software based on the control
unit coding.
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In the Audi TT Coupé ´07, the acoustic parking
system control unit is located at the rear right on
a control unit holder. It is arranged above the
convenience electronics central control unit J393.
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Electrical system and convenience electronics
Acoustic parking system adjustment options
In the Audi TT Coupé ´07, the volume and pitch (frequency) of the acoustic parking system can, for the first
time, be adjusted via the "Extended convenience menu" in the control unit with display in dash panel insert.
Alternatively, these settings can be made at the service centre using the diagnostic tester. There are
appropriate adaption channels in the acoustic parking system control unit for this purpose.
The relevant menu can be accessed as follows:
DISPLAY TYPE
>SET
QUERY
MENU OFF
HELP
SET
ACOUSTIC PARKING
SYSTEM
>REAR
VOLUME
12345
PITCH
>1 2 3 4 5
BACK
BACK
WIPER
WINDOW
DOORS
>ACOUSTIC
PARKING SYSTEM
BACK
REAR
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Acoustic parking sensor of the acoustic parking system
3-pin connector
So-called fifth-generation acoustic parking sensors
are used in the Audi TT Coupé ´07.This generation of
sensors was used for the first time by Audi in the
Audi Q7. These sensors are much smaller than the
fourth generation sensors and no longer have a
fixed plastic housing which accommodates the
oscillating membrane.
Decoupling ring
It has been replaced by an expandable decoupling
ring, which is fitted on the ultrasonic sensor.
The decoupling ring must be removed to paint the
acoustic parking sensor.
Oscillating membrane
for transmitting and
receiving ultrasound
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System overview
The following lines lead to the acoustic parking system control unit:
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2 lines from the convenience CAN bus
●
3 lines to the power supply
●
2 lines for the rear parking aid warning buzzer H15
●
3 lines to each of the 4 acoustic parking sensors (2 lines for power supply and one digital signal line
for data exchange)
Terminal 31
Terminal 15
Terminal 30
Convenience CAN bus Low
Convenience CAN bus High
Rear parking aid
warning buzzer
H15
Acoustic parking system control unit
J446
G203
G204
G205
Acoustic parking sensor in rear bumper cover
G206
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Chorus, concert and symphony radios in 2-DIN housing
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A new generation of radios is used in the Audi TT Coupé ‘07.
The main new features are an FM tuner with phase diversity as well as MP3 compatible CD drives in the
concert and symphony radios.
Specifications - all radios
Tuner
RDS FM/AM radio
Display of stored station with RDS name display
FM tuner with phase diversity
Internal and external drives
Internal CD drive, CD text capable: information stored on the audio CD about the artist and title is
shown on the display
The internal drive in the concert and symphony radios is MP3 compatible.
Control of an optional auxiliary 6-disc CD changer or an optional auxiliary iPod adaptor
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Table cont'd
Telephone
Mute function for handsfree telephone: If the mobile phone adapter is factory-fitted, muting is via
the infotainment CAN bus.A direct wiring plug contact is provided for retrofit solutions.
LF input for handsfree telephone: when the radio is switched on, the vehicle loudspeakers are used
as loudspeakers for the handsfree telephone.
The handsfree telephone cannot be operated via the radio.
Control
Control via optional multifunction steering wheel
Display on the driver information display
Sound
Integrated 2 x 20 W amplifiers, connectivity for auxiliary amplifier
Speed-dependent volume control (GALA) via infotainment CAN bus
Sound coding according to body type (saloon/Avant/Cabrio), interior trim (fabric/leather) and engine
type (petrol/diesel engine)..
Service
Comfort coding: after the power supply to the radio has been disconnected, it is not necessary to
enter a PIN if the radio is restored to operation in the same vehicle.
Diagnosis via CAN bus (TT, A3 8P) or L-wire (A4 8E)
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concert radio
The concert radio has all the features of the chorus
radio. The single-CD drive is also MP3 compatible,
i.e. MP3 CDs can be played.
The diagram shows the arrangement of the folders
on the MP3 CD in the radio. Folders which do not
contain MP3 files are not shown on the radio
display. When selecting a folder, the previous folder,
the folder currently selected and the next folder are
shown on the display.
The first 16 letters of the CD folder name are shown
on the radio display.
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In MP3 playback mode, the ID3 tag of the MP3 file
can be viewed by pressing the INFO key. The Info
key can be used to scroll from one display to
another.
The file name, title, artist and album can be
displayed.
Menu texts are displayed in English.
The display language of the radios cannot be
changed.
File name
Title
Artist
Name of album
Folder
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Note
In the case of the concert and symphony radios, only the internal CD drive is MP3 compatible.
The optional auxiliary CD changer cannot play MP3 CDs. The CD changer featured in the Audi A3
8P and Audi A4 8E is fitted in the Audi TT Coupé ’07.
The amplifier in the concert radio is not used in the Audi TT Coupé ‘07. A 5-channel DSP amplifier is installed
in combination with the concert radio as standard.An auxiliary BOSE sound amplifier is optional.
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symphony radio
The symphony radio has all the features of the concert radio.
The symphony radio is additionally equipped with an internal MP3 compatible 6-disc CD changer.
In addition, the radio has the ability to record Traffic information Messages (TIM key = Traffic Information
Message). Traffic Information Messages stored by the radio can be played back by briefly pressing the TIM
key. Holding the TIM key down activates a function which allows two time periods to be programmed during
which Traffic Information Messages are recorded by the radio even when it is switched off.
Note
The radio has a higher power consumption in TIM record standby mode than when completely
switched off. Please deactivate the TIM function to perform static current measurements on the
vehicle.
Technical variants
In addition to the Audi TT Coupé ‘07, these radios will in future also be used in other Audi models equipped
with the infotainment CAN bus. The necessary adjustments are basically the type of front trim panel and the
diagnosis path (CAN, L-wire, etc.)
Country spec versions
The concert and symphony radios are modified for the North American market.
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The modifications are:
●
different function key lettering and functions
– SAT: the radio can also be used to control the Sirius satellite tuner
– INFO: the Info key can be used to read information on the set radio station when the radio is in
operation. In MP3 mode, the name of the album (ALBUM), the name the artist (ARTIST) and the CD title
(TITLE) are read off the ID3 tag of the MP3 file.
– MIX: the Mix key can be used to select a track mix from audio CDs or MP3 CDs.
●
Optimisation of the FM/AM tuner for the North American market
– RDBS in lieu of RDS
– Station seek adapted to the frequency spacings of the radio stations
The concert radio will also be available in a variant for Japan at a later date.
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Aerial system
Radios with phase diversity have two aerial inputs
which can be diagnosed individually. The radios
differ in this respect from the previous radios or the
current radio navigation systems.
Radios with phase diversity do not have a separate
diversity switch.The Diversity function is integrated
in the radio. Only one aerial is connected to each of
the two radio aerial inputs, thus simplifying
diagnosis. Each aerial signal can be read out in
a separate data block.
FM2
FM1 / AM
Although only two aerials are used, reception
quality and interference immunity are better than
those of the previous systems.
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Note
Different aerials are used by the new radios and navigation systems. For this reason, radios
cannot be replaced with navigation systems in the unchanged FM aerial system. Reception is
much poorer when the wrong aerial system is used.
Although different FM aerials are used, the radios and navigation systems have the same aerial
connectors. The differences between the aerials are described on page 52.
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MP3 basics - ID3 tag
The ID3 tag is a field containing additional information which can be attached to MP3 audio files. ID3 stands
for "Identify an MP3".
MP3 files can, but need not necessarily, contain ID3 tags.
Left Outside alone
Summary
Feedback
Options
Title name
Lyrics
Left Outside alone (4:17)
Anastacia
Anastacia
Artist
Album
Type:
Size:
Bitrate:
Sampling rate:
Modified on:
Count:
Last played:
MPEG audio file
5.9 MB
187 Kbits/s (VBR)
44,100 kHz
25.04.2006 14:55
0
Not available
Type:
Channels:
ID3 tag:
Coded with:
MPEG-1, Layer 3
Stereo (Joint)
v2.3
LAME3.96
ID3 tag version
Storage location on PC
Location: E:\MyMusic\Anastacia\Anastacia
Back
Next
OK
Cancel
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An ID3 tag contains information on the selected
MP3 file. The main contents of the ID3 tag are the
name of the artist, the name of the album as well as
the name of the track. The ID3 tag is an integral part
of the MP3 file. The ID3 tag can be used to call up
details of the track title, even on compact MP3
player displays.
The ID3 tag can be generated and edited on the PC
using standard MP3 converters and player software.
The ID3 tag version can be read out as illustrated,
e.g. using Apple iTunes, the PC software for the
Apple iPod.
Note
There exist various versions of the ID3 tag. To find out which versions support the drive, please
refer to the instruction manual for the Audi MP3 drive. Only then is it possible to show
information on the system display.
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Audi Navigation (BNS 5.0)
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When model year 2007 is launched, the BNS 5.0 navigation system in the Audi A3, A4, TT will replace the
current BNS 4.1 navigation system.
The system combines the concept of the Navigation System Plus (RNS-E) with the display of the MMI basic
system. Unlike the Navigation plus system, the BNS 5.0 navigation system features CD navigation and
a monochrome screen but no SD/MMC card reader.
For the first time, it is possible to navigate even with the navigation CD removed, which means that the drive
can also be used to play audio CDs.
Specifications
Control
–
–
–
–
–
–
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6 inch monochrome display with MMI basic display
MMI operating logic as well as 6 function keys
Control via optional integrated multifunction steering wheel
Route indication by means of directional arrows on driver information display
Display and voice output in 9 different languages
The desired language (German, English, French, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese,
Swedish, Spanish and Czech) can be copied from the navigation CD to the
system and converted, depending on the selection made in the language
menu.
Navigation
– CD navigation with voice output and route display on the dash panel insert.
In total, 10 different navigation CDs are available for Europe.
The navigation CDs of the predecessor system cannot be used.
All CDs contain all major routes in Europe (Major Routes of Europe). The map
data for the navigation CD is supplied by Teleatlas.
– Dynamic navigation with TMC
– The navigation CD can be removed after the route has been generated. This
means that it is possible to navigate and simultaneously use the CD drive to
play back audio CDs or MP3 CDs.
– Destination input by location, post code, POIs or longitude and latitude
– Routes with up to 6 waypoints can be generated
– Route memory
– Country CDs are available for the following countries (where digitised): Alps,
Benelux, Germany, France, United Kingdom/Ireland, Italy, Spain/Portugal,
Scandinavia/Finland.
Radio
– Dual FM tuner with switched diversity for optimum reception, as well as
simultaneous dynamic station list updating and TMC reception
– AM tuner for medium wave and long wave
Internal and external drives
– Internal CD drive, MP3 compatible
– Control of an optional auxiliary 6-disc CD changer or an optional auxiliary iPod
adaptor
– No connectivity for additional auxiliary source (AUX).
Note
In the case of the BNS 5.0 navigation system, only the internal CD drive is MP3 compatible.
The optional auxiliary CD changer cannot play MP3 CDs. Audi TT Coupé ’07 comes with the CD
changer system previously featured in the Audi A3 8P and Audi A4 8E.
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Telephone
– Operation of the optional factory-fitted mobile phone adapter with navigation
system speller
– Mute function for handsfree telephone: If the mobile phone adapter is
factory-fitted, muting is via the infotainment CAN bus. A direct wiring plug
contact is provided for retrofit solutions. Retrofit solutions cannot be
operated with the navigation system.
– LF input for handsfree telephone: when the radio is switched on, the vehicle
loudspeakers are used as loudspeakers for the handsfree telephone.
Sound
–
–
–
–
–
Integrated 2 x 20 W amplifier
Auxiliary sound amplifier connected
Connectivity for optional auxiliary BOSE sound amplifier
Speed-dependent volume control (GALA) via infotainment CAN bus
Basic sound setting via body version coding (A4 saloon/Avant/Cabrio, A3, TT).
Service
– Comfort coding: after the power supply to the radio has been disconnected, it
is not necessary to enter the 4-digit PIN if the radio is restored to operation in
the same vehicle.
– Diagnosis via CAN bus (TT, A3 8P) or L-wire (A4 8E). The scope of diagnosis
(data blocks, adaption, coding, etc.) is basically the same as for diagnosis of
the Navigation plus system (RNS-E).
– The system software can be updated as required with a flash CD.
Technical variants
In addition to the Audi TT Coupé ‘07, the navigation system will in future also be used in other Audi models
equipped with the infotainment CAN bus. The necessary adjustments are basically the shape of the front trim
panel, the CAN communication and the diagnosis path (CAN, L-wire, etc.)
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Simultaneous navigation and CD playback
With the BNS 5.0 navigation system, it is possible to
navigate and listen to CDs simultaneously. For this
purpose, the system is equipped with an internal
memory into which the required map data can be
loaded after entering the navigation destination.
Load navigation CD
After entering the route, the system first computes
the distance to the route destination.
Enter navigation route
The map features of the route are then copied to
a memory integrated in the system. If the CD is
removed during the copy process, the system
displays the following query
"Do you want to cancel loading the route features?"
to indicate that the corridor has not been loaded
completely.
System copying corridor from CD
After completing the copy process, the navigation
CD can easily be removed.
The map data copied to the internal memory is also
available for navigating to other route destinations
within the copied area. This means that it is not
necessary to load the navigation CD to navigate to
each new navigation destination.
Remove navigation CD
Load audio CD
Play audio CD
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Behaviour of the internal map memory while driving
Route with
corridor
Destination radius
Location radius
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After entering the route destination a map section is
copied to an internal memory. The map section
consists of a location radius, a destination radius as
well as a slightly narrower route corridor in
between.
When the vehicle is driving towards the destination,
the location of the vehicle changes. To make
optimum use of internal memory, the position and
size of the location radius are updated continuously
by the system when the navigation CD is loaded.
Likewis, the size of the destination radius as well as
the width of the corridor are updated continuously
in the internal memory. In codedthe event that the
navigation CD is removed, this ensures that the
optimum map section is always stored in the
system memory.
If the actual location and the destination are too far
apart when the navigation CD is removed, the
system may request that the navigation CD be
reloaded while navigating to the destination.
The size of the corridor is defined by the size of the
system memory. Due to the different density of the
navigation data in towns and in sparsely populated
areas, it is not possible to specify the size of the
corridor area.
When the navigation CD is removed from the
system, the map content stored at the time of
removal of the CD remains stored in the system
memory. The map content remains stored in the
deactivated system for 72 hours.
This enables one to enter a route from town A to
town B and to navigate between town A to town B
over a lengthy period of time without having to
reload the navigation CD.
Note
When map data is stored in the system, the static current consumption of the system rises
slightly. Map data can only be cleared prematurely by disconnecting the system from the power
supply. Please bear this fact in mind when performing static current measurements on the
vehicle.
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Sound systems
Basic sound (standard equipment with chorus radio)
The Audi TT Coupé ’07 is equipped as standard with a two-way loudspeaker system.
The treble loudspeakers are installed in the dash panel, while the bass loudspeakers are installed the front
doors. This variant is only available in combination with the standard chorus radio.
The 2 x 20 watt amplifier is also integrated in the chorus radio.
The loudspeakers are diagnosed via the radio, i.e. via address word 56.
R22
R23
R20
R21
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R
R20
R21
R22
R23
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Legend
J525
R
R14
R16
R20
R21
R22
R23
R103
Digital sound package control unit
Radio
Rear left treble loudspeaker
Rear right treble loudspeaker
Front left treble loudspeaker
Bass loudspeaker, front left
Front right left treble loudspeaker
Bass loudspeaker, front right
Front left mid-range loudspeaker
R104
R105
R106
R148
R158
R159
R160
R164
Front right mid-range loudspeaker
Rear left mid-range loudspeaker
Rear right mid-range loudspeaker
Centre loudspeaker (subwoofer)
Mid-range/treble loudspeaker, centre
Mid-range/treble loudspeaker, rear left
Mid-range/treble loudspeaker, rear right
Microphone unit in front roof module
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Standard sound system
This sound system has an auxiliary 5-channel DSP amplifier, the digital sound package control unit J525 which
is diagnosable via CAN. The amplifier supplies the front two-way systems, the rear two-way systems and the
central loudspeakers integrated in the dash panel.
The standard sound system is standard equipment of the concert and symphony radios as well as the
navigation systems with MMI operating logic. These radios or navigation systems do not use an internal
amplifier.
All loudspeakers are diagnosed via the amplifier, i.e. via address word 47. Vehicle model, equipment,
networking and type of driving noise compensation are also coded in the amplifier.
R22
R23
R160
R158
R16
R20
R21
J525
R159
R14
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R22
R23
R16
R160
R14
R159
J525
R158
48
R20
R21
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BOSE Surround Sound
In the Audi TT Coupé ’07, a BOSE surround sound system is optional in combination with the concert and
symphony radios as well as Audi navigation systems. The sound system features BOSE 6000 amplifier
technology with 8-channel DSP amplifier and Audio Pilot which set new standards for this automobile class.
The amplifier drives a total of 12 loudspeakers. It was adapted specially for use in the TT Coupé.
Compared with the standard sound system, a three-way system and an additional subwoofer are installed in
the left-hand side trim of the rear seat bench. As with other current BOSE sound systems - a microphone is
integrated in the overhead module to record background noise. The DSP amplifier utilises the background
noise information picked up by the microphone to frequency-adjust the output signals to the loudspeakers,
resulting in a well-balanced sound.
All loudspeakers are diagnosed via the amplifier, i.e. via address word 47. Vehicle model, equipment,
networking and type of driving noise compensation are also coded in the amplifier.
R22
R164
R104
R23
R158
R160
R16
R20
R103
R21
J525
R159
R14
R164
R158
R22
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R148
R104
R23
R160
R16
R21
R159
R14
J525
R148
R20
R103
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Apple iPod adaptor
The iPod by Apple is a very popular and versatile
MP3 player. Various versions of the Apple iPod are
currently available on the market. The iPod has up to
60 GB (gigabytes) of memory. This is enough to
store about 15,000 songs on the device.
Music
Playlists
Artists
Albums
Titles
Clock
The Apple iPod adaptor can be ordered with the new
vehicle or purchased as an OEM accessory.
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Radio or navigation
Apple iPod
Dock Connector
Radio connecting cable
Adaptor (interface)
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The Audi iPod adaptor can be used to connect the Apple iPod to radios with communication CAN bus. The
adaptor converts the CD changer messages from the radio for the iPod. It can be connected as an alternative
to the CD changer. Simultaneous operation of the CD changer and iPod adaptor is not possible, because both
devices use the same port on the radio. All iPods with
Dock Connector, a 30-pin blade terminal, can be connected to the adaptor iPod. Models without a Dock
Connector, e.g. with USB port only, cannot be connected to the iPod adaptor.
The iPod adaptor allows the iPod to be operated
using the CD changer control functions. The
displays on radios or navigation systems support
only CD changers with max. 6 discs and max. 99
tracks per CD. For this reason, they cannot display
folders, artists and tracks like the iPod display.
To overcome this system limitation of the CD
changer interface, an operating concept adapted to
the interface has been developed.
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The Apple iPod and the associated PC software
(iTunes) have a function for programming playlists.
A playlist can have a freely selectable name and
contain any number of songs in a fixed sequence.
This feature has been utilised.
The iPod adaptor loads the first 5 playlists in
alphabetical order. The corresponding CD number is
assigned to each playlist. The first alphabetical
playlist appears on the radio as CD 1, the second
playlist as CD 2, and so on. All tracks are loaded in
alphabetical order of artist as CD 6.
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To program special playlists for use of the iPod in the car, it is recommended to place a number in front of the
playlist name.
When playlists are sorted in alphabetical order, a number always takes precedence over the letter "A".
The playlists "1_Mozart", "2_Beethoven", "3_ Chopin", etc. are loaded by the adaptor based on the preceding
number in the order CD1 = 1_Mozart, CD2 = 2_Beethoven, CD3 = 3_ Chopin.
The songs are displayed as Track 01, Track 02, etc.
like on the CD changer. The numbering on the radio
display goes up to Track 99. All tracks in a playlist
can be played. If more than 99 tracks are stored in a
playlist, only the last two digits of the track number
are displayed for tracks 100 and upwards. Track 00 is
displayed for track 200 and Track 37 for track 1037.
When the radio is on, the rechargeable battery of
the iPod is charged using the iPod adaptor.
To disconnect the iPod from the adaptor, switch the
radio off.
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Note
For further information on the
adaptor function and handling the
iPod on the adaptor, please refer the
relevant Audi instruction manual.
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Aerials
Various FM aerial systems are installed in the
vehicle to serve the various radio tuner systems.
Radios with phase diversity for FM reception
(= chorus, concert or symphony radios) have
a different FM aerial system to radios with switched
diversity (= Navigation plus (RNS-E) or Navigation
(BNS 5.0))
In the Audi TT Coupé ‘07, most aerials are integrated
in the rear window. Only the navigation aerial (GPS),
the telephone and digital satellite radio (North
America only) aerials are integrated in the roof
aerial.
The amplifiers for the various systems are fitted at
the top left and right, as well as the bottom right of
the rear window. The bottom right aerial module is
available in variants for phase diversity and
switched diversity.
Aerial system with phase diversity
R52
Telephone
SDARS SAT
SDARS Terr.
TV3 Radio FM1 / AM
R113
Central locking
R24
FM rejector circuit choke -
FM rejector circuit choke +
DAB / TV4
TV2
TV1
R111
Radio FM 2
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Note
Only the aerial modules required for
the existing equipment are fitted in
the vehicle.
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Aerial system with switched diversity
R52
Telephone
Navigation
SDARS SAT
SDARS Terr.
FM1 / AM
DAB / TV4
TV3
Central locking
R24
FM rejector circuit choke +
FM rejector circuit choke -
R113
Radio IF
TV2
TV1
R111
Radio HF
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Aerial
Aerial amplifier
Function
R24
Analogue radio aerial amplifier (FM1, AM)
Central locking aerial amplifier
Radio/telephone/navigation aerial R52
Telephone aerial, navigation aerial
Digital satellite radio aerial (SDARS, North America only)
Aerial amplifier 2
Analogue radio aerial amplifier (FM2)
TV aerial amplifier -1TV aerial amplifier -2-
R111
with switched diversity only:
Analogue radio aerial amplifier (FM3, FM4, Diversity)
Aerial amplifier 4
R113
TV aerial amplifier -3TV aerial amplifier -4Digital terrestrial radio aerial amplifier (DAB)
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Self-study programmes on the TT Coupé
Innovations in the electronics, electrical and infotainment
systems in the Audi TT Coupé ‘07
SSP 380 Audi TT Coupé ‘07
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Self-Study Programme 382 describes the new
features of the convenience electronics in the
Audi TT Coupé ‘07. The proven electronic
technology of the Audi A3 ‘04 has been adopted for
the TT Coupé. The most striking new feature is the
automatic extending rear spoiler activated by the
convenience system central control unit.
Body
Occupant protection
Engine
Suspension system
Electrical system
Air conditioning
Infotainment
Order number: A06.5S00.25.20
In the TT Coupé, the driver information system (DIS)
in the centre display of the dash panel insert has an
extended settings and query menu.
The customer can use the settings menu to
configure functions and make adjustments. This
was previously possible only in vehicles with MMI.
SSP 381 Audi TT Coupé ‘07 Suspension System
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Front axle
Rear axle
Shock absorber system
Brake system
Order number: A06.5S00.26.20
The Audi TT Coupé ‘07 offers the customer
a multitude of functions and equipment options,
with the result that the number of control units has
increased considerably compared to the
predecessor model.
To ensure smooth interaction between control units,
the control units communicate with one another
across various bus systems.
The networking structure is largely identical to that
of the Audi A3 `04. In this self-study programme you
will be informed about the network topology of the
TT Coupé and about the installation locations of the
various control units as well as their functions.
SSP 382 Audi TT Coupé ‘07 Electrical and Infotainment Systems
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Networking
Bus topology
Convenience electronics
Infotainment
Order number: A06.5S00.27.20
SSP 383 Audi TT Coupé ‘07 - Body
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The Audi TT Coupé ‘07 comes with new generation
2plus radios. The radios feature a new reception
concept as well as
MP3 compatible CD drives.
The TT Coupé, as do the Audi A3 and A4, comes with
a BNS 5.0 radio navigation system with MMI user
interface and CD navigation.
The BOSE Surround Sound system, which includes
12 loudspeakers driven by a 255 watt amplifier, sets
new standards in this vehicle class.
Order number: A06.5S00.28.20
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Excellence in design & performance
Audi Space Frame
Production processes and joining methods
Surface finish
Electromechanical rear spoiler
Repair concept
Passive safety concept
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Service Training
Audi TT Coupé ‘07 Electrical and Infotainment Systems
Self-Study Programme 382
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