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Audi A6 ‘05 – Electrics
Self-Study Programme 326
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Technical release 01/04
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The Audi A6 – the most progressive vehicle takes the lead
The new Audi A6 – the most progressive vehicle
takes the lead.
The new Audi A6 consistently adopts the highly
networked electronic architecture, which is already
used in the Audi A8. Overall, new technologies allow
the A6 to match up with its "model" vehicle, the Audi
A8. Features, which were previously reserved for
luxury vehicles, are now also available in the topclass segment.
In combination with these diverse capabilities,
the underlying technology has, of course,
been enhanced considerably.
The use of the most modern network technologies,
such as CAN, LIN, MOST and Bluetooth, and the
related distributed vehicle functions signals the
arrival of a new generation of vehicle electrics in
this class.
Some of these are safety-related features, such as
the combined rain/light sensor or the pivoting
cornering headlight. Comfort features of the top
class, such as the MMI operating system or
sophisticated functionalities for the mobile
baseplate, which is available ex-works, are part and
parcel of these new saloons.
The new Audi A6 has everything that is needed to
become the Number One model in the top-class
range.
It combines many different, attractive components
to form one unit. Design and performance go
hand-in-hand. The new Audi A6 will take over
as the most progressive vehicle.
Number One: With Design & Performance
Contents
Overview
Control unit installation positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Bus topology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Installation positions of fuses and relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Convenience electrics
Control unit for power management J644 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Access and start authorisation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Immobiliser and component protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
External lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Control unit in dash panel insert J285 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Control unit for on-board power supply J519 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Control unit 2 for on-board power supply J520 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Central control unit for convenience system J393 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Door control units J386 - J389 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Control units for seat adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Infotainment
Multimedia interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Antenna systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Control unit for front information J523 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Sound systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Available telephone systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
The Self-Study Programme provides information on the fundamentals of design and function of new vehicle
models, new vehicle components or new technologies.
The Self-Study Programme is not a Workshop Manual!
Specified values serve only to make the information easier to understand and relate to the software version
that was valid at the time the Self-Study Programme (SSP) was created.
For maintenance and repair work, please make sure to use the current technical documentation.
Reference
Note
Overview
Control unit installation positions
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
4
Auxiliary heating control unit J364
Control unit for ABS with EDL J104
Control unit for distance control J428
Transmitter unit in wheel well for tyre pressure
monitoring, front left G431
Control unit for on-board power supply J519
Door control unit, driver's side J386
Control unit for access and
start authorisation J518
Control unit in dash panel insert J285
Control unit for steering column electronics J527
Control unit for telephone, telematics J526
Telephone transmitter and receiver R36
Engine control unit J623
Climatronic control unit J255
13 Control unit for seat adjustment with steeringcolumn adjustment memory J136
14 Level control unit J197
Control unit for headlight range control J431
Control unit for tyre pressure monitoring J502
Control unit 2 for onboard power supply J520
Control unit for display and operating unit for
front information J523
Data bus diagnosis interface J533
Antenna read-in unit for keyless access
authorisation J723
15 CD changer R41
CD ROM drive R92
16 Door control unit, rear left J388
17 Airbag control unit J234
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18 Rotation rate sensor 202
19 Door control unit, passenger's side J387
20 Control unit for seat adjustment with memory,
passenger’s side, J521
21 Door control unit, rear right J389
22 Transmitter unit in wheel well for tyre pressure
monitoring, rear left G433
23 Radio receiver for auxiliary heating R64
24 Control unit for navigation with CD drive J401
Control unit for voice input J507
Digital sound package control unit J525
Radio R
TV tuner R78
Digital radio R147
25 Transmitter unit in wheel well for tyre pressure
monitoring, rear right G434
26 Parking aid control unit J446
Control unit for trailer detection J345
27 Central control unit for convenience system J393
28 Control unit for electric parking and
hand brake J540
29 Control unit for power management J644
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Overview
Bus topology
Distance control
J428
Control unit in dash
panel insert
J285
Data bus diagnosis
for data bus
J533
Diagnosis connection
T16
NOX sensor
J583
Engine electronics 1
J623
Door control unit,
driver’s side
J386
Power management
J644
Rotation rate sensor
G202
ABS with EDL
J104
Door control unit,
passenger’s side
J387
Auxiliary heating
J364
Seat occupied
recognition
J706
Airbag
J234
Door control unit,
rear left
J388
Parking aid
J446
Automatic
transmission
J217
Door control unit,
rear right
J389
On-board power
supply 2
J520
Headlight range
control
J431
Seat adjustment
with memory
Steering column
adjustment
J136
Access and
start authorisation
J518
Electric parking
and hand brake
J540
Seat adjustment
with memory,
passenger’s side
J521
On-board power
supply
J519
Level control
J197
Trailer detection
J345
Centr. contr. unit for
convenience system
J393
Power module
for left headlight
J667
Power module for
right headlight
J668
Steering-angle
sensor
G85
6
Steering column
electronics
J527
Climatronic
J255
Multi-function
steering wheel
J453
Tyre pressure
monitoring
J502
Telephone
transmitter and
for telephone
R36
Handset
for telephone
R37
Telephone/
telematics
J526
Display and
operating unit for
front information
J523
Navigation
with CD drive
J401
TV tuner
R78
CD changer
R41
Digital
sound package
J525
Radio module
R
Voice input
J507
MOST bus
CAN Instrument cluster
Switch for
access and
start authorisation
E415
Antenna read-in
unit for keyless access
authorisation
J723
CAN Diagnosis
CAN Drive
CAN Convenience
Wiper motor
J400
Sensor for rain and
light detection
G397
CAN Distance control
LIN bus
Passenger
compartment
monitoring
G273
Alarm horn
H12
Various sub-bus systems
Wireless transmission
– Bluetooth signal
Fresh air fan
J126
Transmitter,
front left
G431
Refrigerant pressure and
refrigerant temperature
G395
Transmitter,
front right
G432
Transmitter,
rear left
G433
Transmitter,
rear right
G434
Antenna, rear
R96
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Overview
Installation positions of fuses and relays
1 E box in radiator tank, left
2 Relay and fuse holder behind
dash panel, left
3 Fuse holder in dash panel, left
4 Main fuse carrier in radiator tank, right
5 Fuse holder in dash panel, right
6 Relay and fuse holder in the boot, right
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Convenience electrics
Control unit for power management J644
The basic design of the control unit for power
management is the same as the control unit used in
the Audi A8 ‘03.
It is installed in the boot well, next to the battery.
This control unit has been adapted for use in the
Audi A6 ’05 in that it now has revised software,
which shows the battery condition rather than the
battery charge level in the MMI display.
Furthermore, the diagnosis tester can be used to
read out history data, i.e. data relating to the
condition of the on-board power supply in the past.
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Reference
The basic functions of the control unit for power
management J644 are described in the SSP 287.
Battery condition
The battery condition indicates how efficient the
battery is. The efficiency is determined from the
battery charge level and the ability to start.
User
Car
On-board manual
Battery condition
Advantages of the battery condition:
– The cut-off stages can be allocated directly to the
battery condition.
– The messages in the central display of dash
panel insert J285 always appear for the same
battery condition reading.
– A 100 % display indicates that no cut-off stage
will be set the next time the engine is switched
off.
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Systems
Maintenance
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History data
The diagnosis tester can be used to read out
data from the control unit for power management,
which makes it much easier to analyse the on-board
power supply and the battery.
Steady battery discharge
The battery condition is 100 % when the battery is
charged.
As soon as cut-off level 1 is activated, the MMI
"Battery condition" display drops to 90 % and then
goes down to 60 % in steps. If cut-off level 1, 2 or 5
is set when the display reads 90 %, the message
"Power-saving mode active" appears for a short time
on the central display of dash panel insert J285.
In addition, the battery symbol in the dash panel
insert indicates power-saving mode for the entire
load switch-off duration.
Electrical system (Rep. Gr. 01; 90 - 97)
61 – Battery control
J644 – Control unit for power management, Functions
POWER-SAVING
MODE
ACTIVE
Open-circuit voltage history
If the battery open-circuit voltage is less than the
threshold values of 12.5 volts, 12.2 volts and
11.5 volts, an entry is written to the history data.
The last four entries can always be read out.
A – Battery, Charge level
A – Battery, Battery testing
J644 – Power management, General description
J644 – Control unit for power management, Coding
J644 – Read out history data
J644 – Power management, Read measured-value blocks
J644 – Power management, Query fault memory
J644 – Data link tests for generator voltage
J644 – Replace control unit
J644 – Power management, Activate/deactivate Transport mode
Voltage measurement starts when
– CAN Convenience is in Sleep mode and
– terminal 15 is switched off for at least 2 hours
and
– the vehicle’s power consumption is < 100 mA.
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Voltage measurement ends when
– the voltage increases or
– the current increases or
– the control unit triggers Sleep mode or
– the control unit detects a new battery.
Battery condition
Cut-off levels 1, 2 or 5
Cut-off level 3
POWER-SAVING
MODE
ACTIVE
BATTERY
LOW
Cut-off level 6
Time/Minutes
Selecting a function or component
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POWER-SAVING
MODE
ACTIVE
Guided fault-finding
Function/component selection
Closed-circuit current history
Battery change history
If the closed-circuit current exceeds the threshold
value of 50 mA, an entry is written to the history
data. The last ten entries can be read out.
Data for the last three battery changes is stored.
Current measurement starts when
– CAN Convenience is in Sleep mode and
– terminal 15 is switched off for at least 2 hours
and
– the vehicle’s power consumption is > 50 mA.
Power balance history – driving (= engine on)
The power balance and duration of the last five
journeys are logged.
Time/Minutes
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Current measurement ends when
– the current decreases or
– the control unit triggers Sleep mode.
As soon as cut-off level 3 is activated, the "Battery
condition" display drops to 50 % and then goes
down to 20 % in steps.
Power balance history – idle (= engine off)
The power balance and duration of the last five idle
times are logged.
Breakdown analysis
If the control unit for power management detects
the status "Cannot start vehicle", an entry is written
to the history data.
If the battery condition drops to 10 %, cut-off level 6
is active. In cut-off level 6, the message
"BATTERY LOW" appears in the central display of the
dash panel insert after the ignition is switched on.
Other data is not relevant for Customer Service.
Cut-off level history
BATTERY
LOW
Data for the last 15 cut-off levels is stored.
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Convenience electrics
Access and start authorisation
Function diagram
Legend
E369
E408
E415
Central locking button for outer door handle,
driver’s side*
Central locking button for outer door handle,
passenger’s side*
Central locking button for outer door handle,
rear left*
Central locking button for outer door handle,
rear right*
Button for access and start authorisation
Switch for access and start authorisation
F272
F273
F274
F275
F305
Outer door handle switch, driver’s door*
Outer door handle switch, passenger’s door*
Outer door handle switch, rear left*
Outer door handle switch, rear right*
Switch for gearbox position P**
E370
E371
E372
1
Terminal 50 (to starter B)
2
CAN Convenience High
3
CAN Convenience Low
4
P/N signal from control unit for
automatic transmission J217**
5
Terminal 58s (lighting)*
6
Signal from brake light switch F*
G415 Sensor for outer door handle contact,
driver’s side*
G416 Sensor for outer door handle contact,
passenger’s side*
G417 Sensor for outer door handle contact,
rear left*
G418 Sensor for outer door handle contact,
rear right*
J53
J329
J386
J387
J388
J389
J518
J623
J694
J695
J723
R47
R134
R135
R137
R138
Start request
Starter relay
Voltage supply relay, terminal 15
Door control unit, driver's side
Door control unit, passenger's side
Door control unit, rear left
Door control unit, rear right
Control unit for access and
start authorisation
Engine control unit
Voltage supply relay, terminal 75x
Starter relay 2
Antenna read-in unit for keyless access
authorisation*
Antenna for central locking and
anti-theft warning system
Antenna on driver’s side for access
access and start authorisation*
Antenna on passenger’s side for access
access and start authorisation*
Luggage compartment antenna for access
access and start authorisation*
Passenger compartment antenna 1 for
access and start authorisation*
Ulock
Positive supply
Input signal
Output signal
* only for vehicles with Advanced Key
** only for vehicles with automatic transmission
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Ground
Bi-directional line
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Convenience electrics
System overview
The Advanced Key system was introduced with the
Audi A8 '03 and has been fundamentally revised for
the Audi A6 ’05.
The most important new feature is that the control
unit for access and start authorisation has been
combined with the actuator for steering column
locking.
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1 Door control unit, driver's side J386
2 Control unit for on-board power supply J519
3 Control unit for access and start
authorisation J518
4 Switch for access and start authorisation E415
5 Central locking button for outer door handle,
driver's side E369
Outer door handle switch in driver’s door F272
Sensor for outer door handle contact,
driver’s side G415
6 Antenna read-in unit for keyless access
authorisation J723
7 Antenna on driver’s side for access
and start authorisation R134
8 Door control unit, rear left J388
9 Passenger compartment antenna 1 for
and start authorisation R138
10 Door control unit, passenger's side J387
11 Central locking button for outer door handle,
rear left E371
Outer door handle switch, rear left F274
Sensor for outer door handle contact,
rear left G417
12 Central locking button for outer door handle,
passenger’s side E370
Outer door handle switch in passenger’s
door F273
Sensor for outer door handle contact,
passenger's side G416
13 Antenna on passenger’s side for access
and start authorisation R135
14 Door control unit, rear right J389
15 Antenna for central locking and
anti-theft warning system R47
16 Central locking button for outer door handle,
rear right E372
Outer door handle switch, rear right F275
Sensor for outer door handle contact, rear
right G418
17 Boot antenna for access
and start authorisation R137
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Convenience electrics
Division of functions
System control is broken down into three basic
modules:
– the control unit for access and
start authorisation J518,
– the antenna read-in unit for keyless access
authorisation J723 and
– the switch for access and
start authorisation E415.
All three components communicate with each other
over a local single-wire bus.
The control unit for access and start authorisation is
the master of the system and a participant on
Convenience. The same control unit is installed for
all system versions.
The antenna read-in unit for keyless access
authorisation is only installed with the
Advanced Key option. It serves as the interface
between the antennae, sensors and the control unit
for access and start authorisation.
The switch for access and start authorisation is
installed in various versions, depending on the
transmission, radio frequency of the central locking
system and the Advanced Key option. An evaluation
electronic device is also integrated into the switch.
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Access and
start authorisation
J518
Antenna read-in
unit for
keyless access
authorisation
J723
Switch for
access and start
authorisation
E415
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Switch for access and start authorisation E415
Versions
The switch for access and start authorisation is
available in the following versions:
– with and without Advanced Key function
– with and without ignition key anti-removal lock
– for radio frequencies of 315 MHz, 433 MHz or
868 MHz
Functions
Emergency release
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The switch for access and start authorisation
includes other functions apart from the ignition
switch function:
– Evaluation of the key position of the ignition
switch:
The ignition switch evaluates the ignition key
position using four switches.
The switch information is transferred to the
control unit for access and start authorisation in
binary code via the local bus and also for
monitoring purposes, via two lines.
The lock barrel in the ignition switch is not coded
mechanically, which means that the turning
movement can be performed with every
A6 '05 key.
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– Safety branch for the steering lock of the control
unit for access and start
authorisation:
In addition to the switch-offs in the control unit
for access and start authorisation, the voltage
supply for the motor of the electromechanical
steering lock is interrupted in the switch for
access and start authorisation in order to
prevent the steering column locking
automatically.
If terminal 15 is switched on, the voltage supply
is always switched off.
ULock
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Convenience electrics
– Reading in position P of the automatic
transmission from the switch for gearbox
position P F305:
The signal is used to activate the integrated,
magnetic ignition key anti-removal lock. If the
vehicle battery is flat, the key can be removed by
pressing the mechanical emergency release.
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– Reading in the information from the button for
access and start authorisation E408 (only for
vehicles with Advanced Key):
For safety reasons, the positions of the button for
access and start authorisation are evaluated by
the switch for access and start authorisation.
–
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– Reading in the information from the antenna for
central locking and anti-theft warning
system R47:
The switch for access and start authorisation
passes the data, which the vehicle key sends via
remote control, on to the control unit for access
and start authorisation. The control unit
evaluates the data.
– Reading in the signal from the brake light
switch F (only for vehicles with Advanced Key):
To start the vehicle using the button for access
and start authorisation, the brake pedal must be
actuated.
– Exchanging data with the key using the
integrated read coil:
If a key is inserted into the switch for access and
start authorisation (= S contact on), the
electronics system transmits electric power into
the key via the read coil. The key then sends the
key identification into the switch via the
transponder and the read coil. This sends the
information to the control unit for access and
start authorisation.
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Control unit for access and start authorisation J518
The electromechanical steering column lock was
integrated into the control unit for access and start
authorisation.
Functions
– Terminal control:
The control unit for access and start
authorisation puts the information about
terminal 15, 75x, 50, S and P on
CAN Convenience.
The control unit also activates the relays for
terminal 15 and 75x and passes the start request
signal on to the engine control unit.
– Locking the steering column:
The motor and gears for locking the steering
column are integrated into the control unit for
access and start authorisation.
The position of the lock is checked using two
integrated micro switches. Terminal 15 is only
switched on after the steering is unlocked fully.
– Immobiliser and component protection:
The control unit is the master for these
functions.
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Convenience electrics
– CAN Communication:
The control unit is a participant on
CAN Convenience. Data exchange between all
the components of the access and start
authorisation system is performed via the
control unit.
It is also the diagnosis interface for the
components involved. All data, e.g. code,
immobiliser data, etc. is stored in the control unit
for access and start authorisation.
– Reading in the P/N signal from the control unit
for automatic transmission J217:
The signal is used to activate the displays
relating to engine start in dash panel insert J285.
SELECT
N OR P
START THE
ENGINE
SELECT
N OR P
TO START
THE ENGINE
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Vehicle key
The key has a mechanically coded hinged bit for the
lock cylinder in the driver’s door and the tailgate/
boot lid. The transponder function is integrated into
the electronics and also works without a battery.
An integrated battery powers the electronics for the
radio remote control and Advanced Key functions.
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A new feature here is the bi-directional data
exchange between the radio-control key and the
control unit for access and start authorisation via
the antenna for central locking and anti-theft
warning system R47. This is used to transfer the
status of the central locking system into the key.
If a button outside of the function range of the key
is pressed, the LED integrated in the key shows the
lock status of the vehicle. The lock status displayed
is always the status, which was achieved using this
key when central locking was last actuated.
If the vehicle is opened or locked in the interim
period using a second key, this does not change the
lock status in the first key.
Furthermore, the radio frequency is changed from
433 MHz to 868 MHz for the first time in many
countries. This radio frequency is ideal for data
communication between vehicle keys and the
control unit.
Since this frequency can only be used for very short
transmission pulses, any interference from
long-term radio transmitters, such as baby phones,
wireless headsets, etc. is eliminated.
Signals from the key LED
on
off
Vehicle within key range
on
off
Vehicle outside of key range,
last vehicle status is locked
on
off
Vehicle outside of key range,
last vehicle status is not locked
Approx. 4 seconds
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Convenience electrics
Antenna read-in unit for keyless access authorisation J723
The control unit is only installed together with the
Advanced Key option.
It is located at the right of the dash panel, behind
the glove compartment.
It evaluates the signals from the outer door handle
sensors and then activates the antennae for access
and start authorisation.
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Sensors for outer door handle contact G415 - G418
The capacity-based operating sensors in the outer
door handle detect any contact on the handle and
send a signal shortly afterwards to the antenna
read-in unit for keyless access authorisation.
The antenna read-in unit evaluates the signal and
then sends a query to the vehicle key via the
antennae for access and start authorisation.
The sensors switch off after approx. 80 hours once
the vehicle is locked or after 20 actuations without
an authorised key.
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Antennae for access and start authorisation E134 - R138
Four transmitting antennae are distributed in the
vehicle and are used by the vehicle for radio
communication with the vehicle key. The antennae
transmit on a frequency of 24.5 kHz. The vehicle key
evaluates all four signals and determines the
position in or on the vehicle based on the field
strength of the individual antennae.
The antennae are located:
– in the rear doors
– in the centre console
– in the rear bumper
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Button for access and start authorisation E408
The start/stop button works in the same way as the
button module, which was first used in the A8 ‘03.
For safety reasons, the button positions are
evaluated both by the control unit for access and
start authorisation and by the switch for access and
start authorisation signal.
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Convenience electrics
Opening the vehicle
Antenna for
central locking and
anti-theft warning
system
R47
Antenna on
passenger’s side for
access start
authorisation
R135
Antenna on driver’s
side for access
start authorisation
R134
Passenger
compartment
antenna 1 for start
authorisation
R138
Boot antenna for
access
start authorisation
R137
Switch for
access and start
authorisation
E415
Control unit for
access and
start authorisation
J518
Antenna read-in
unit for keyless access
authorisation
J723
Door control unit,
driver’s side
J386
Central control unit
for
convenience system
J393
Sensor for
outer door
handle contact,
driver’s side
G415
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1 The driver puts his/her hand into the finger well
of the door handle. The sensor for outer door
handle contact G415 sends the information
"Finger in finger well" to the antenna read-in unit
for keyless access authorisation J723.
6 The control unit for access and start
authorisation sends the information "Opening
vehicle" on to the central control unit for the
convenience system J393 and to the door control
unit, whose door handle initiated the key query.
2 The antenna read-in unit sends an alarm signal
to the vehicle key via the antenna for access and
start authorisation R134.
7 The door control unit, which received the
instruction from the control unit for access and
start authorisation, activates the lock unit, which
unlocks the door.
3 The antenna read-in unit sends a signal to the
vehicle key via all the antennae for access and
start authorisation.
4 Based on the signals, the vehicle key determines
the position on the vehicle and sends
information to the antenna for central locking
and anti-theft warning system R47.
5 The antenna for central locking and anti-theft
warning system receives the information.
The information is forwarded by the switch for
access and start authorisation E415 to the
control unit for access and start
authorisation J518, where it is evaluated.
8 The central control unit for the convenience
system J393 sends the information "Opening
vehicle – Advanced Key" to CAN Convenience.
9 The normal unlocking process takes place.
This involves disarming, unlocking,
acknowledgement flashing and switching on of
the interior light. In addition to
acknowledgement flashing, the control unit for
access and start authorisation also sends the
lock status to the vehicle key via the switch for
access and start authorisation and the antenna
for central locking and anti-theft warning
system R47.
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Convenience electrics
Starting the vehicle using the button
Antenna for
central locking and
anti-theft warning
system
R47
Antenna on
passenger’s side for
access start
authorisation
R135
Boot antenna for
access
start authorisation
R137
Antenna on driver’s
side for access
start authorisation
R134
Button for access
and start
authorisation
J408
Control unit for access
and start authorisation
J518
Data bus diagnosis
for data bus
J533
Passenger
compartment
antenna 1 for access
and start
authorisation
R138
Switch for access
and start
authorisation
E415
Antenna read-in
unit for keyless access
authorisation
J723
Engine control unit
J623
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1 The driver presses the button for access and
start authorisation E408 down fully. The button
sends the information about "Ignition on" and
"Engine start" both to the switch for access and
start authorisation E415 and to the control unit
for access and start authorisation J518.
2 The switch for access and start authorisation
passes the information from the button on to the
control unit for access and start authorisation via
the data lead. The two button information
messages are compared there.
3 The control unit J518 sends a key query to the
antenna read-in unit for keyless access
authorisation J723.
The antenna read-in unit sends a signal to the
vehicle key via all the antennae for access and
start authorisation.
6 Based on the key evaluation, the S contact is
sent to CAN Convenience and the steering is
unlocked.
7 As soon as the steering is fully unlocked,
terminal 15 is switched on.
8 Once terminal 15 has been switched on, data is
exchanged between the engine control unit and
the control unit for access and start
authorisation via the CAN bus. The immobiliser is
then deactivated.
9 The control unit for access and start
authorisation sends the "Start request" signal to
the engine control unit. The engine control unit
checks whether the clutch is depressed or
whether P or N is selected in the case of an
automatic gearbox and then performs the fully
automatic engine start.
4 Based on the signals, the vehicle key determines
the position in the vehicle and sends its
information to the antenna for central locking
and anti-theft warning system R47.
5 The antenna for central locking and anti-theft
warning system receives the information.
The switch for access and start authorisation
E415 passes the information on to the control
unit for access and start authorisation, which
then evaluates it.
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Convenience electrics
Immobiliser and component protection
Immobiliser 4
E415
J518
J533
J623
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The immobiliser 4 technology is used in the
Audi A6 ’05.
Control unit, which is not integrated into the
immobiliser
This means that all components must be "taught"
online, as is already the case with the Audi A8 ´03
and the Audi A3 ´04.
Control unit, which is integrated into the
immobiliser
Master control unit
The following components are integrated into the
immobiliser:
– The control unit for access and
start authorisation
– The engine control unit
– The vehicle keys
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PC/mainframe
New identity
As is already the case with the Audi A8 ‘03 , if a
control unit is stolen, it is no longer necessary
(for safety reasons) to also replace the remaining
control units, which are integrated in the
immobiliser.
In this case, the "New Identity" function must be
used for the control unit for access and start
authorisation and the engine control unit.
It is only a matter of installing a new lock set before
using the "New Identity" function.
Guided fault-finding
Function test
Teaching driving authorisation
systems
Audi
Audi A6 2005>
2005 (5)
Saloon
BBJ 3.0l Motronic / 160 kW
Testing query
The following options are available:
1. Adapt the driving authorisation system to suit
the existing immobiliser
2. Assign a new identity to the immobiliser and
re-teach the components
3. Terminate the function test
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Switch for access and start authorisation E415
The switch for access and start authorisation E415
reads in the key code in electronic form only.
The hinged bit coding is not evaluated signal.
The ignition switch is not part of the lock set for this
reason.
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Component protection
As is already the case with the Audi A8 ’03, the
Convenience and Infotainment control units are also
integrated within the "Component protection" safety
system.
As a result, these control units must be adapted to
the specific vehicle once they have been installed.
Guided fault-finding
Function/component selection
Selecting a function or component
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2005 (5)
Saloon
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Body (Rep. Gr. 01; 50 - 97)
Electrical system (Rep. Gr. 01; 27, 90 - 97)
Component protection functions
The data bus diagnosis interface is integrated into
the "Component protection" function for the first
time. Since component protection works via a
number of control units, the Startup menu in
"Guided fault-finding" is not assigned to any one
control unit and can be found directly under the
self-diagnosis systems.
13 – Distance control, Component protection
05 – Access and start authorisation, Component protection
15 – Airbag, Component protection
06 – Seat adjust. with memory, front pass. side, Comp. protection
36 – Seat adjust. with memory, front driver’s side, Comp. protect.
46 – Central module for convenience system, Comp. protection
66 – Seat adjustment with memory, rear, Component protection
07 – Display/operator unit, front, Component protection
17 – Dash panel insert, Component protection
27 – Display/operating unit, rear, Component protection
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Convenience electrics
External lights
Front headlights
Three different front headlights are used in the
Audi A6 ’05:
– Halogen headlights
– Bi-xenon headlights
– Adaptive light
Halogen headlights
Halogen headlights come as standard.
The following lamps are fitted in the halogen on the
vehicle equipment:
– W5W lamp for parking light
– H1 lamp for high beam headlight and headlight
flasher
– H7 lamp for dipped beam headlight and dimmed
as a daytime driving light
– An orange PY21W bulb as the direction indicator
light
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The daytime driving light in the halogen headlight is
only available for Canada and the Northern
countries (Scandinavia). It is active when
terminal 15 is switched on and the parking light or
dipped beam light is off.
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
W5W lamp
H1 lamp
H7 lamp
PY21W lamp
D2S lamp
3
4
5
The following country-specific variants exist:
– The daytime driving light is part of the fog lights
for Canada and
– 3457NA flasher lamps are used for USA and
Canada.
A manual headlight range control system – with
potentiometer – is installed for halogen headlights.
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Bi-xenon headlights
Bi-xenon headlights are installed with the
"XenonPlus" option.
The following lamps are fitted in the bi-xenon
headlight:
– A blue W5W lamp for the parking light.
The colour of the parking light thus corresponds
to the xenon light.
– A D2S lamp for high beam headlight, headlight
flasher and dipped beam headlight. The covers
for dipped beam are also activated for high beam
and headlight flasher operation.
– A P21W lamp for the daytime driving light.
This comes on dimmed to 90 %.
– A PY21W bulb coated with a reflecting layer of
silver is used as the direction indicator light.
Only longlife lamps are used. A super-longlife
lamp is used as the daytime driving light.
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The following country-specific variants exist:
– No daytime driving lamp is fitted for Japan.
– 3457NA flasher lamps are used for USA and
Canada.
The headlights are changed over to left-hand drive
via a lever on the projection module.
A dynamic headlight range control system is
installed for bi-xenon headlights.
The dynamic headlight range control system uses
the well-known level sensors. This send the
information about the vehicle level to the control
unit for headlight range control J431 via a pulse
width-modulated signal.
The same level sensor is fitted on both the front and
rear axle.
Headlights are also available with dynamic
corner-sensitive lights.
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Convenience electrics
Adaptive light
The adaptive light works as a dynamic cornersensitive headlight. With the dynamic cornering
headlight, the headlight projection module is
pivoted horizontally by an integrated motor.
The headlight lenses and the bracket do not turn.
The pivot angle is approx. 15° on the inner curve
side and 7.5° on the outer curve side.
Pivot range
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The various pivot angles have advantages in that
they provide better lighting for corner routes.
In this case, the inner-curve module pivots in twice
as much as the outer-curve module.
This achieves the maximum possible illumination
width with homogeneous light distribution.
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No pivoting when vehicle is stationary
The projection modules are not pivoted at driving
speeds of < 6 km/h.
The pivot angle essentially depends on the steering
wheel angle at speeds of more than 10 km/h.
This complies with the legal requirement that the
headlights must not be pivoted when the vehicle is
stationary. At the same time, a slight transition to
headlight pivoting occurs during acceleration from
idle when the steering lock remains constant.
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Internal structure
The pivot angle is monitored by an inductive pickup
in the pivot module. The pickup value is evaluated
immediately in the relevant power module for
headlights as a pulse width-modulated signal.
If the motor or pickup does not function, the power
module sends an error message to the control unit
for headlight range control J431.
This is communicated to the driver in a display in
dash panel insert J285.
Gas discharge light L13/L14
The same lamps that are used in the bi-xenon
headlight are also used in the adaptive light
headlight.
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Control motor for dynamic
cornering light V318/V319
Sensor for pivot module
position G474/G475
Magnet for headlight cover adjustment
N395/N396
CAN Communication
The values marked with (*) are used as input
variables in calculating the pivot angle.
All other input variables are only needed for
dynamic headlight range control.
Control unit for headlight range control
J431
Steering-angle sensor G85
Control unit for on-board power supply
J519
Dipped beam on*
Steering wheel angle*
Steering wheel angle speed*
Control unit for ABS with EDL J104
Wheel speeds*
Directions of travel*
Brake light switch signal
Yawing speed*
Brake pressure
Control unit for access and
start authorisation J518
Data bus diagnosis
interface J533
Terminal X
Terminal 50
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Convenience electrics
Signal and data exchange
The same sensors that are used for dynamic
headlight range control for bi-xenon headlights are
also used as level sensors. They send a pulse
width-modulated signal to the control unit for
headlight range control. Data is exchanged between
the control unit for headlight range control J431 and
the power modules in the headlight on the left J667
and right J668 via a 500-kBaud CAN.
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Show Room function
The Show Room function can be used to pivot the
headlights by moving the steering wheel – even
when the vehicle is stationary – for presentation.
The function can be adapted using the diagnosis
tester in the control unit for headlight beam
adjustment.
If the vehicle is then driven at more than 30 km/h,
the function is permanently disabled. The function
can be switched on again at any time using the
diagnosis tester.
Guided fault-finding
Function/component selection
Selecting a function or component
Audi
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2005 (5)
Saloon
BBJ 3.0l Motronic / 160 kW
Body (Rep. Gr. 01; 50 - 97)
Electrical system (Rep. Gr. 01; 27, 90 - 97)
01 – Self-diagnosis systems
55 – Dynamic headlight range control
J431 – Dynamic headlight range control, Functions
J431 – Contr. unit, head. range control (HRC), General system descr.
J431 – Control unit for headlight range control (HRC), Adaptation
J431 – Contr. unit, head. range control (HRC), Adapt. – Show Room
J431 – Control unit for headlight range control (HRC), Coding
J431 – Control unit for headlight range control (HRC), Replacing
J431 – Control unit for headlight range control (HRC), Basic setting
J431 – Contr. unit, head. range contr. (HRC), Read. meas.-val. blocks
J431 - Contr. unit, head. range control (HRC), selective actuator test
J431 – Contr. unit, head. range contr. (HRC), sequential actuator test
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Back lights
Different tail lights are used in the Audi A6 ’05,
depending on the equipment variant.
This is differentiated into the following:
– Basic variant ECE
– High variant ECE
– High variant SAE
Basic variant ECE
The tail light in the basic variant only uses lamps
with a 15-mm bayonet socket for the lights.
There are three sections for tail light activation.
To ensure that the different-sized sections look from
the outside to be equally illuminated, the central
control unit for the convenience system J393
activates each lamp with a different dimming ratio.
Tail light and
rear fog light
Tail light and brake light
(if rear fog light is off)
Tail light and
brake light
The two inner lamps in each back light are also used
as the brake light.
The outer lamp functions as the "rear fog light".
If the rear fog light is on, only the inner lamp is
active as the brake light.
Direction indicator light
Reversing light
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Convenience electrics
High variant ECE
These back lights are installed if bi-xenon headlights
at least are fitted as the front headlights.
The external feature of the High back lights is the
use of LEDs for the brake light.
The LEDs, which are fixed in the reflector housing,
are activated by two contacts from the lamp
bracket.
The rear fog light is located at the bottom of the
back light. Here, the lamp on the driver’s side is
used as the rear fog light, while the lamp on the
passenger’s side serves as the reversing light.
This means that the same lamp bracket can be used
for both the High back light and the Basic back light.
Brake light
Brake light
Tail lights
Tail lights
Direction
indicator light
Direction
indicator
light
Rear fog light
Reversing light
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High variant SAE
The back lights for the North American market have
standard LED units. The LED units are used for the
indicator and brake light function.
The three sections underneath are for the tail light
lamps.
The SAE back lights have two rear fog lights and two
reversing lights.
Brake light and
direction indicator light
Rear fog light
Tail lights
Reversing light
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LED unit diagnosis
The failure of an LED is detected by the electronics
in the lamp housing. All LEDs are then switched off
so that the central control unit for the convenience
system J393 can set the relevant fault memory
entry.
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Convenience electrics
Control unit in dash panel insert J285
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The control unit in dash panel insert J285 is
available in two variants.
The High-Line variant with colour display only
comes in vehicles with adaptive cruise control.
As in the A8 '03, the anti-drive-off feature and
gateway are no longer integrated into the dash
panel insert.
The handy position of the rotary light switch has
meant that the indicator lights for dipped beam
headlight, fog light and rear fog light could also be
fitted directly in the rotary light switch.
Likewise, the buttons for instrument lighting, the
auto-check system and the daily mileage counter
are now positioned to the right, next to the dash
panel insert, in the button module (operating
buttons for dash panel insert E493).
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Lamp failure
Outside temperature indicator
If an exterior lighting lamp fails, a symbol appears
in the central display indicating which lamp has
failed. If you now press the Check button, the failed
lamp is also described by a text message in the
central display.
The instrument cluster evaluates both the
temperature sensor for outside temperature G17
and the outside temperature signal from the
Climatronic control unit J255. The lower of the two
values is displayed.
Function diagram
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Legend
E493 Operating button for dash panel insert
F1
F34
E66
F77
Oil pressure switch
Warning contact for brake fluid level
Switch for low coolant display
Warning contact for windscreen washer level
G
G6
G17
G34
G35
G169
G266
Sender for fuel level indicator
Pre-feed fuel pump
Temperature sensor for outside temperature
Sensor for brake pad wear, front left
Sensor for brake pad wear, front right
Fuel level sensor 2*
Oil level and oil temperature sensor
J17
J285
J489
J533
J540
Fuel pump relay
Control unit in dash panel insert
Receiver for radio clock
Data bus diagnosis interface
Control unit for electric parking and
hand brake
Additional signal
1
Terminal 58d
2
Terminal 58s
* only for vehicles with quattro drive
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Convenience electrics
Control unit for on-board power supply J519
Functions
The main function of the control unit for on-board
power supply is to read in switch information and
activate power outputs.
It is familiar from the Audi A8 ‘03 and has been
adapted to new functionalities in the Audi A6 ´05.
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Master functions
The following master functions are implemented in
the control unit for on-board power supply.
– External lighting control
– LIN master for the control unit for
wiper motor J400
– LIN master for the sensor for rain and
light detection G397 (for details of function,
see Sensor for rain and light detection)
J519
Stand-by master function
If the central control unit for the convenience
system J393 fails, the control unit for on-board
power supply J519 takes over the stand-by master
function. It sends the information for direction
indicators to the CAN bus.
Reference
Further information on this can be found in the
SSP 288, Audi A8 ’03 – Distributed Functions.
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G397
J400
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Emergency function
The software for the control unit for on-board power
supply can be used to implement emergency
functions. If a fault is detected in the rotary light
switch or if there is an open circuit in the line to the
rotary light switch, the control unit for on-board
power supply switches the driving light on.
Other functionalities
In addition to the master functions, the following
functions are also available in the control unit for
on-board power supply.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Steering column adjustment
Footwell lighting
Selector gate lighting
Direction indicator control, front and side
Signal horn activation
Windscreen washer pump activation
Steering column memory
Versions
There are three functional versions of the control
unit for on-board power supply:
– Low-Line version (with no electric steering
column adjustment, no xenon, no daytime
driving lights)
– Mid-Line version (with no electric steering
column adjustment, with xenon and daytime
driving lights)
– High-Line version (with electric steering column
adjustment, xenon and daytime driving lights)
Installation position
The control unit for on-board power supply is
installed on the left behind the dash panel. It can be
accessed by removing the footwell cover.
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Convenience electrics
Function diagram
E1
E3
E7
E18
Light switch
Hazard warning light switch
Fog light switch
Switch for rear fog light
F4
Reversing light switch
F266 Contact switch for bonnet
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G357
G358
G397
G474
G475
Sender for vertical steering column adjustm.
Sender for axial steering column adjustment
Sensor for rain and light detection
Sensor for pivot module position, left
Sensor for pivot module position, right
H2
H7
High-pitch horn
Low-pitch horn
J4
J400
J431
J519
J667
J668
Relay for dual-pitch horn
Control unit for wiper motor
Control unit for headlight range control
Control unit for on-board power supply
Power module for left headlight
Power module for right headlight
K4
K6
K13
K17
Indicator light for parking light
Indicator light for hazard warning lights
Indicator light for rear fog light
Indicator light for fog lights
L9
L13
L14
L22
L23
L174
L175
Lamp for light-switch lighting
Gas discharge light, left
Gas discharge light, right
Lamp for left fog light
Lamp for right fog light
Lamp for daytime driving light, left
Lamp for daytime driving light, right
M1
M3
M5
M7
M18
M19
Lamp for parking light, left
Lamp for parking light, right
Lamp for direction indicator light, front left
Lamp for direction indicator light, front right
Lamp for side direction indicator light, left
Lamp for side direction indicator light, right
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N395 Magnet for cover adjustment,
left headlight
N396 Magnet for cover adjustment,
right headlight
V5
V48
V49
V123
V124
V318
V319
Windscreen washer pump
Left control motor for headlight range control
Right control motor for headlight range
control
Motor for vertical steering column
adjustment
Motor for axial steering column adjustment
Control motor for dynamic cornering light,
left
Control motor for dynamic cornering light,
right
Additional signals
1
Terminal 58
2
Terminal 58s
3
CAN Drive High
4
CAN Drive Low
5
CAN Convenience High
6
CAN Convenience Low
W9 Footwell light, left
W10 Footwell light, right
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Convenience electrics
System overview
The control unit for on-board power supply J519 evaluates the following input signals:
– Hall sender 1 for vertical adjustment of the
steering column
– Hall sender 2 for axial adjustment of the
steering column
– Bonnet switch for anti-theft warning system
– Rotary light switch
– Hazard warning button
– Switch for reversing light (manual transmission)
– Sensor for rain and light detection (via LIN bus)
The control unit for on-board power supply J519 controls the following loads:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Front direction indicator lights, left and right
Side direction indicator lights, left and right
Front parking light, left and right
Dipped beam headlight, left and right
High beam headlight, left and right
Fog lights, left and right
Relay for headlight cleaning system
Windscreen washer pump
Control unit for wiper motor (via LIN bus)
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Supply, terminal 58
Front footwell lights, left and right
Relay for dual-pitch horn
Steering column adjustment (vertical/axial)
Selector lever lighting
Indicator light for hazard warning lights
Magnets for cover adjustment
Headlights (left and right)
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Diagnosis
Basic settings
After the control unit for on-board power
supply J519 or the steering column or the switch for
steering column adjustment E167 is replaced, a
basic setting in axial and vertical position must be
implemented for the steering column.
Actuator test
An actuator test can be used to carry out the
following checks:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Indicator light for hazard warning lights K6
Lamp for parking light, left M1
Lamp for parking light, right M3
Lamp for dipped beam headlight, left M29
Lamp for dipped beam headlight, right M31
Lamp for high beam headlight, left M30
Lamp for high beam headlight, right M32
Lamp for left fog light L22
Lamp for right fog light L23
Lamp for daytime driving light, left L174
Lamp for daytime driving light, right L175
Direction indicator lights, left
Direction indicator lights, right
Footwell light, left W9
Footwell light, right W10
Wiper, top turning position
Wiper, bottom turning position
Windscreen washer pump V5
Relay for dual-pitch horn
Terminal 58
Coding
The control unit for on-board power supply J519 can
be coded for the functions
–
–
–
–
–
Daytime driving light,
Driving light assistant,
Headlight type,
Footwell lighting and
Country versions
using the diagnosis tester.
Note
The actuator test can be performed either
sequentially (in sequence) or selectively
(individual selection).
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Convenience electrics
Sensor for rain and light detection G397
A combined sensor for rain and light detection is
used for the first time in the Audi A6 ’05.
The sensor includes a light-control assistant
function, which relieves the driver of the job of
having to switch the driving light on manually, as
well as a wiper control function, which depends on
the amount of moisture on the front windscreen.
The development goal here was to integrate these
functions in a compact housing.
LIN
Terminal 30
The sensor is connected as a LIN slave to the control
unit for on-board power supply J519.
Terminal 31
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Installation position
The sensor for rain and light detection is located on
the windscreen in the attachment base of the
interior mirror.
Tasks of the light sensor
– Switch the driving light on and off automatically
– Activate the Coming Home/Leaving Home
function
– Day/night detection for rain sensor
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Switch-on conditions
The light sensor supplies the control unit for
on-board power supply with information for
switching on the driving light in the following
situations:
–
–
–
–
Dawn/dusk
Darkness
Entering/travelling through tunnels
Travelling through forests
Note
Allowances are made for disruptive influences,
such as external light, dirt, vibrations or smears
caused by wiper blades.
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Function of the light sensor
In order to detect certain ambient conditions, such
as tree-lined avenues or routes through tunnels, the
light sensor registers the light intensity in two
areas.
The global field describes the direct brightness on
the vehicle, while the fore-field describes the
lighting conditions in the section of road lying
ahead of the vehicle. This is activated using the
"Auto" setting on the rotary light switch.
Light sensor
Rain sensor
photodiode is
also used
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Tasks of the rain sensor
The following functions are implemented,
depending on the amount of water on the
windscreen:
Global field
– Switch the wiper on and off automatically at
seven different speeds
– Activate the driving light when it is raining
Fore-field
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Activation
The rain sensor is activated by positioning the wiper
stalk to the "Intermittent" setting. The driver can
then set four sensitivity ranges using the regulator
for windscreen wiper intermittent operation.
A reference wiper function (wiper action when the
rain/light sensor is activated) is no longer necessary
with this system. This means that the wiper stalk
can always remain at the "Intermittent" setting.
For safety reasons, however, the rain sensor
operation is only activated in this case when a
driving speed of more than 16 km/h is reached, or
when the sensitivity on the regulator for windscreen
wiper intermittent operation is changed.
Note
Manually switched wiper intervals have
priority
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Convenience electrics
Function of the rain sensor
The rain sensor uses the physical light refraction
principle to register the amount of moisture on the
windscreen. The circular LEDs integrated in the
sensor emit infrared light through the windscreen
from within the interior of the vehicle.
LEDs
Photodiode
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If the windscreen is dry, the infrared light is
reflected on the surface of the glass.
The photodiode integrated in the centre of the
sensor thus records a high light intensity.
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If the windscreen is covered with moisture, the
optical properties on the surface of the glass
change. Light now emerges from the windscreen
surface through the light refraction caused by water
drops. As a result, less light is reflected back and the
photodiode records a lower light intensity (light
dispersion principle).
Windscreen surface
LED
Photodiode
LED
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Diagnosis
The control unit for on-board power supply J519 is
used for diagnostic procedures on the sensor for
rain and light detection.
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Control unit for wiper motor J400
The control unit for wiper motor J400 was
redesigned for use in the new Audi A6 ’05. As is
already the case in the Audi A8 ‘03 and Audi A3 ’04,
the control unit and wiper motor are integrated into
one housing.
It is linked to the control unit for on-board power
supply J519 as a LIN-slave control unit.
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Functions
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–
–
–
Intermittent
Intermittent stages (four)
One-touch wiping
Wiper function stage 1
Wiper function stage 2
Wipe over again 5 seconds after the last
wash-and-wipe action
(at vehicle speed > 5 km/h only)
– Rain sensor function (see Sensor for rain and
light detection G397)
– Service setting
– Alternating parking position (can be coded)
Function diagram
G397 Sensor for rain and light detection
J400 Control unit for wiper motor
J519 Control unit for on-board power supply
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Note
The control unit for on-board power
supply J519 now activates the windscreen
washer pump V5.
Reference
For further information on the control unit
for wiper motor J400, please refer to the
SSP 287, Audi A8 ‘03 – Electrical
Components.
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Convenience electrics
Control unit 2 for on-board power supply J520
An additional on-board power supply control unit is
needed in the Audi A6 ´05 because of the huge
range of functions it offers.
Functions
Control unit 2 for on-board power supply J520
includes the following functions:
–
–
–
–
–
Activate the solenoid valve for Servotronic N119
Sliding roof convenience opening/closing
Speed signal for sliding roof
Tilt sensor for anti-theft warning system
Glove compartment release
Installation position
Control unit 2 for on-board power supply is located
behind the glove compartment in the module
carrier on the passenger’s side.
Versions
Two different versions of control unit 2 for on-board
power supply are available, depending on the
vehicle equipment.
– Low version
(only includes glove compartment release and
Servotronic function only)
– High version
(also with sliding roof/anti-theft warning system)
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Function diagram
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Legend
E316
J520
N119
V1
V327
Glove compartment button
Control unit 2 for on-board power supply
Solenoid valve for Servotronic
Motor for sliding roof
Motor for glove compartment release
Additional signals
1
CAN Convenience High
2
CAN Convenience Low
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Convenience electrics
Tilt sensor for anti-theft warning system
The tilt sensor for the anti-theft warning system is
integrated directly in control unit 2 for on-board
power supply J520 in the new Audi A6 ‘05.
The fluid-filled sensor registers changes in the
vehicle tilt both transversely and longitudinally,
thereby preventing incorrect triggering as a result of
shaking through viscous fluid and electronic delay.
The current tilt values can be read out using
measured-value blocks.
Note
The tilt sensor function can be switched off
using a button in the driver’s door panel.
Reference
For further information on the tilt sensor
function, please refer to the SSP 254,
Audi A4 ‘01 – Technology.
Diagnosis
– Measured-value blocks
Measured-value blocks are available for the
following functions:
– Servotronic
– Sliding roof
– Tilt angle
– Actuator test
Checks can be carried out for the following
functions, depending on the version:
– Glove compartment release
– Servotronic valve
– Sliding roof activation (can be measured
using a multimeter on the on-board power
supply control unit, sliding roof does not
open, however, if it is not released by the
central control unit for the convenience
system)
– Coding
The High-Line version of control unit 2 for
on-board power supply J520 must be coded for
the following functions:
– Tilt sensor (with or without)
– Sliding roof (with or without)
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Central control unit for convenience system J393
The central control unit for the convenience
system J393, with which you may be familiar from
the Audi A8 '03, is used in the Audi A6 ’05. The tasks
and functions have been adapted according to
requirements.
The control unit is a participant on the
CAN Convenience data bus.
Master functions
The master functions of the central control unit for
the convenience system are as follows:
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–
–
–
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Direction indicator master
Central locking master
Interior lighting master
LIN master for alarm horn H12 and sensor for
passenger compartment monitoring G273
Other functionalities
In addition to the master functions, other functions
are also available in the central control unit for the
convenience system. The power outputs integrated
in the control unit activate the following loads:
–
–
–
–
–
–
Back lights
Rear sun blind
Rear window heating
Rear footwell lights
Boot light
Tailgate/boot lid release
Versions
Two versions of the central control unit for the
convenience system are available:
– Basic
– High-Line (with rear sun blind/anti-theft warning
system/light package for ambient lighting/area
lighting)
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Convenience electrics
Installation position
The central control unit for the convenience system
is installed above the battery in the rear right of the
boot.
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System overview
The central control unit for the convenience system J393 receives the following input signals:
–
–
–
–
Tailgate/boot lid "softtouch"
Tailgate/boot lid locking cylinder closed
Brake light switch
Brake light signal from control unit for ABS with
EDL J104
– Garage door opener (adaptation flashing)
–
–
–
–
–
Crash input
Tailgate/boot lid contact
Tank plug lock detection (USA)
Alarm horn H12 (via LIN bus)
Sensor for passenger compartment
monitoring G273 (via LIN bus)
The central control unit for the convenience system J393 activates the following loads:
–
–
–
–
Rear footwell lights, left and right
Boot light
Motor for rear sun blind V91
Motor for tank cap locking V155
–
–
–
–
Motor for tailgate/boot lid central locking V53
Interior lighting roof module
Passenger compartment light
Alarm horn H12 (via LIN bus)
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
High-level brake light (LED)
Tail light, left and right
Brake light, left and right
Reversing light, right
Rear fog light, left
Number plate light
Heated rear window Z1
Rear direction indicator light, left and right
– Level control unit J197
(doors open/closed)
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Interior lighting control
Standard equipment function
The standard function includes activating the inside
light in the roof lining, the front footwell lights, the
glove compartment light and the boot light.
The central control unit for the convenience
system J393 activates the inside light in the roof
lining, the boot light and the glove compartment
light directly via its own outputs and inputs. The
control unit for on-board power supply J519
activates the front footwell lights via CAN messages
from the central control unit for the convenience
system J393.
Additional equipment function (light package)
The light package additional equipment also
includes a door contour light in every door as well
as footwell lights (front and rear), which are based
on LED technology. The door contour lighting is
activated by the door control unit, which receives
the CAN messages for this from the central control
unit for the convenience system J393.
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Convenience electrics
Function diagram
C18
Interference filter for windscreen antenna
E26
Switch for glove compartment light
F124 Contact switch for lock cylinder for
tailgate/boot lid, anti-theft warning system,
central locking
F147 Contact switch for make-up mirror
driver’s side
F148 Contact switch for make-up mirror
passenger’s side
F218 Switch for tailgate/boot lid central locking
F248 Button for tailgate/boot lid lock cylinder
release
G273 Sensor for passenger compartment
monitoring
H12
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Alarm horn
J9
Relay for rear window heater
J393 Central control unit for convenience system
L46
Lamp for rear fog light, left
M2
M4
M6
M8
M9
M10
M17
M25
M49
M50
M54
M55
Lamp for tail light, right
Lamp for tail light, left
Lamp for direction indicator light, rear left
Lamp for direction indicator light, rear right
Lamp for left brake light
Lamp for right brake light
Lamp for reversing light, right
Lamp for high-level brake light
Lamp for tail light 2, left
Lamp for tail light 2, right
Lamp for tail light 3, left
Lamp for tail light 3, right
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V53 Motor for tailgate/boot lid central locking
V91 Motor for rear sun blind
V155 Motor for tank cap locking
W6
W14
W18
W20
W35
W45
W46
Glove compartment light
Illuminated make-up mirror, passenger’s side
Boot light, left
Illuminated make-up mirror, driver’s side
Boot light, right
Footwell light, rear left
Footwell light, rear right
X
Number plate light
Z1
Heated rear window
Additional signals
1
CAN Convenience High
2
CAN Convenience Low
3
Brake light switch F
4
ESP brake signal from control unit for ABS
with EDL J104
5
Crash signal from airbag control unit J234
6
"Doors OPEN" signal to level control unit J197
7
"Adaptation flashing" signal from control unit
for garage door opening J530
8
"Release" signal to motor for sliding roof V1
9 + 10 "Interior light" activation signal
to roof module W1
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Convenience electrics
Diagnosis
The central control unit for convenience
system, J393, has the usual diagnostic functions,
such as read fault memory, read measured value
blocks, adaptation, coding, as well as selective and
sequential actuator test at its disposal.
Actuator test
The selective actuator test initiated by the diagnosis
tester can be used to check the following actuators:
– Indicator light for safe central locking K133
(in door rim)
– Lock central locking signal (once)
– Activate safe locking for doors (once)
– Unlock central locking signal
– Lock filler flap
– Unlock filler flap
– Lamp for left brake light M9
– Lamp for right brake light M10
– Lamp for high-level brake light M25
– Lamps for tail light, left
– Lamp for parking light, left M43
– Lamps for tail light, right
– Lamp for parking light, right M44
– Lamp for reversing light, left M16
– Lamp for reversing light, right M17
– Lamp for direction indicator light, rear left M6
– Lamp for direction indicator light, rear right M8
– Lamp for rear fog light, left L46
– Lamp for rear fog light, right L47
Note
In addition to the selective actuator test,
the diagnosis software also includes the option
of a sequential actuator test.
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–
–
–
–
Number plate light X
Boot light W3
Footwell light, rear left W45
Footwell light, rear right W46
Activation of rear lid remote unlocking
(rotary latch opens, closing aid moves up)
– Motor for rear sun blind (rear sun blind moves in
both directions)
– Signal for rear window heater activation
– Interior lighting
Coding
This diagnostic option can be used to perform
coding, for example, for these functions:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
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Anti-theft warning system
Central locking (normal/selective)
Tilt sensor
Passenger compartment sensor
Convenience function via radio
Right-hand traffic
Avant detection
Rear sun blind
– Acknowledgement of anti-theft warning system
horn
– RoW/USA
– Light package
– Tank cap lock detection
– Equipment (Basic/High-Line)
– Sliding roof
– Multi-function control unit (taxi/emergency
doctor/fire brigade, installed/not installed)
Parking aid control unit J446
You may already be familiar with the acoustic
parking aid function "APS" from the Audi A3 ´04.
For use in the Audi A6 ´05, a 4-channel system with
sensors on the rear bumper and an 8-channel
system with sensors on the front and rear bumpers
are available.
Versions
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The parking aid control unit will be available as
4-channel system and 8-channel system versions.
Only the 4-channel version is available on the
Audi A6 ’05 for the US market.
Installation position
The parking aid control unit is installed above the
right wheel housing in the boot. It is secured in a
frame under the control unit for trailer detection.
Function
The area around the vehicle is monitored by four
ultrasound converters integrated into the front
bumper (8-channel system only) and four
ultrasound converters integrated into the rear
bumper. The acoustic message comes from a tone
generator in the front area of the vehicle and a tone
generator in the back area of the vehicle (only at the
back for the 4-channel system). A parking aid switch
can be used to activate or deactivate the parking aid
manually (8-channel system only). The MMI allows
the customer to adjust the volume and frequency of
the acoustic output of the parking aid.
If the control unit for trailer detection reports the
presence of a trailer on the vehicle via the CAN bus,
the four sensors in the rear bumper are switched
off. The front area of the vehicle is still monitored,
however.
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Convenience electrics
Input and output signals
The parking aid control unit J446 requires CAN bus
messages from various control units.
4-channel system control units:
Data bus diagnosis
interface J533
Control unit for on-board power
supply J519
Reversing light on
Parking aid control unit J446
Control unit for trailer detection J345
Trailer detected
Warning buzzer for rear parking aid
H15
Warning signal
Control unit for access and
start authorisation J518
Terminal 15 CAN, key number
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8-channel system control units:
Control unit for ABS with EDL J104
Speed
Warning buzzer for front parking aid
H22
Warning signal
Control unit for autom. gearbox J217
Selector lever position
Data bus diagnosis
interface J533
Control unit for on-board power
supply J519
Reversing light on
Parking aid control unit J446
Control unit for trailer detection J345
Trailer detected
Warning buzzer for rear parking aid
H15
Control unit for access and
start authorisation J518
Warning signal
Terminal 15 CAN, key number
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Reference
For further information on the parking
aid control unit J446, please refer to the
SSP 312, Audi A3 ’04 – Electrics.
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Door control units J386 - J389
The door control units have a similar functionality to
those used in the Audi A8 ´03 and are used in the
Audi A6 ’05 with appropriately adapted functions
and actuation features.
The separate installation of the door control unit
and the power windows motor is new here.
Stand-by master function
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As in the Audi A8 ´03, the door control unit on the
driver’s side J386 controls central locking if the
central control unit for the convenience system
J393 fails. If there is no communication between the
driver’s-side door control unit J386 and the central
control unit for the convenience system J393, the
other door control units evaluate the information
from the driver’s-side door control unit directly.
In this case, it is no longer possible to open the
vehicle via remote control or Advanced Key.
Diagnosis
The address words 42, 52, 62 and 72 "Door
electronics" offer diagnostic options, such as
measured-block reading, coding or the selective /
sequential actuator test (the selective actuator test
is used for the targeted activation of actuators).
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Installation position of driver’s-side door control unit J386
Versions
Low-Line and High-Line versions of the door control
units are used.
The High-Line version includes the following
functions, for example:
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–
–
–
–
–
–
Advanced Key
Memory switch block
Ambient lighting
Area lighting
Folding mirrors
Automatic anti-dazzle mirror
Electric child-lock
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Convenience electrics
System overview
The door control units receive the following input signals:
–
–
–
–
Power windows switch
Internal locking switch
Actuating elements for central locking
Actuating elements for central locking
(Safe mode)
– Outer door handle switch (optional)
– Central locking button for outer door handle
– Boot release switch E164
– Switch for remote unlocking and
filler flap E204
– Child-lock button E318
– Mirror adjustment change-over switch E48
– Mirror adjustment switch E43
– Mirror adjustment switch with
folding function E168
– Switch for alarm system off E217 (optional)
– Switch for passenger compartment monitoring
(optional) E183
Additional signals for front doors
– Operator unit for memory
– Mirror position sensor
Additional loads for driver’s door
– Contact switch in lock barrel
driver’s side F241
The door control units activate the following loads:
–
–
–
–
–
–
Central locking motors
Central locking motors (Safe mode)
Door warning lights
Entry lights
Lighting for inside door handle
Ambient lighting for doors (optional)
Additional loads for front doors
–
–
–
–
–
Mirror adjustment motors
Mirror folding motors
Heated door mirrors
Automatic anti-dazzle mirror
Entry light in door mirror,
driver’s side and passenger’s side
Additional loads for rear doors
Additional loads for driver’s door
– Lamp for rear ashtray light
– Lock status LED for passenger’s door
– Indicator light for safe central locking
– Indicator light for tilt sensor K188
(optional)
– Indicator light for passenger compartment
monitoring deactivation K162 (optional)
– Indicator light for memory SET
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Control units for seat adjustment
The control units for seat adjustment can be used to
set up to 8 individual seat positions for an
electrically adjustable seat. The seat positions can
be stored in memory and can be set again if
necessary using the memory keypad or by entering
a radio code.
Installation position
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The control units for seat adjustment are located in
the floor area under the driver’s and passenger’s
seat.
The control unit can be used both for the driver’s
seat and for the passenger’s seat by assigning
a PIN code in the connecting plug.
The unlearned/uncoded control unit is thus coded
automatically for either the driver’s seat or
passenger’s seat installation position – depending
on the pin – when it is first connected to the seat.
This operation can only be performed once, but can
be released again by means of the diagnostic
function (in the Conditioning menu item).
Diagnosis
The following diagnostic functions are available
under the address words 36 Seat adjustment,
driver’s side and 06 Seat adjustment, passenger’s
side:
–
–
–
–
Read measured-value blocks
Coding
Actuator test
Adaptation
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Convenience electrics
Input and output signals
(driver’s seat)
Data bus diagnosis interface J533
Door control unit, driver's side J386
Switch for fore-and-aft and height
adjustment, driver’s seat E61
Switch for backrest adjustment,
driver’s seat E96
Switch for tilt adjustment,
driver’s seat E222
Control unit for seat adjustment with
steering-column adjustment memory
J136
Positioning motors
Operator unit for memory,
driver’s seat E97
Discrete lead for
"Seat memory emergency-Off" signal
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Function
The control unit for seat adjustment powers the
positioning motors in the seat directly using its load
outputs. The position detection function of the
positioning motors is implemented using hall
sensors. The driver’s-side door control unit reads in
switch information from the operator unit for
memory, driver’s seat E97 as voltage-coded
information and sends this via CAN Convenience to
the control unit for seat adjustment with
steering-column adjustment memory J136.
The control unit for seat adjustment with
steering-column adjustment memory reads in
information from the switch for fore-and-aft and
height adjustment, driver’s seat E61, the switch for
backrest adjustment, driver’s seat E96 and the
switch for tilt adjustment, driver’s seat E222 directly.
The driver’s-side door control unit J386 reads in the
button information "Seat memory emergency-Off"
and supplies this discretely as well as in the form of
a CAN Convenience message to the control unit for
seat adjustment with steering-column adjustment
memory J136. Comfort functions, such as seat
symmetry positioning and comfort side view as well
as radio code allocation to a memory location, are
implemented using settings in the Multimedia
Interface (MMI).
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Seat symmetry positioning
The "Symmetry positioning, driver’s seat/
passenger’s seat" option, which is available in the
MMI, can be used to move the passenger’s seat into
a symmetrical position in relation to the driver’s
seat. The MMI sends a corresponding instruction to
the driver’s seat control unit via the
CAN Convenience bus. The control unit then sends
the current seat position and a control instruction to
the passenger’s seat control unit, which positions
its motors accordingly.
Comfort side view
The "Comfort side view" option moves the
passenger’s seat into a position that hides the
vehicle’s B-pillar, thereby ensuring that the driver
has the best possible view out of the vehicle.
The function can be selected via the MMI, where the
signal is transmitted in the same way as for the
"Seat symmetry positioning" function.
Memory retrieval
The stored memory settings can be retrieved in
the following ways.
Personal button memory
Radio code memory
Settings are retrieved and stored using the memory
buttons in the door panel.
Memory settings are retrieved using the radio code.
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Infotainment
Multimedia Interface (MMI)
Equipment versions
As in the current Audi A8 ’03, the MMI operating
concept is now also integrated as standard in the
new Audi A6 ’05. Data is transferred between the
individual Infotainment control units via MOST bus
technology and the process is technically identical
to the Infotainment system in the current
Audi A8 ‘03. Driver-relevant functions, such as
on-board computer or navigation, are displayed in
the centre display of dash panel insert J285.
Selected functions for the telephone, radio and
CD control and volume control can be operated
using the multi-function steering wheel.
Unlike the current Audi A8 ‘03, several versions of
the control unit for the front display unit J523, the
master control unit in the optical Infotainment bus,
are installed in the Audi A6 ´05, depending on the
optional equipment selected.
The Basic, Basic Plus and Basic Navigation versions
have the same hardware platform, which is
expanded to include the required optional extras.
The MMI High version, on the other hand, uses the
same hardware as the current Audi A8 ‘03.
Furthermore, the data bus diagnosis interface J533,
which assures communication with the other
networked components in the vehicle, is connected
to the MOST bus.
Display elements in the optimum field of vision
Separation of display and operation
– optimum readability
– optimum ease of operation
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Operating elements within primary reach
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Note
Reference
Information on the MOST bus can be found in
the SSP 286 – New data bus systems,
LIN, MOST, Bluetooth.
For information on the Infotainment system
with optical data transfer, please refer to the
SSP 293, Audi A8 ’03 – Infotainment.
MMI Basic
Standard equipment in the new Audi A6 includes
MMI Basic with the MMI operating concept, a
7" monochrome display (J685) in the dash panel
insert as well as an integrated, analogue radio tuner
and 4x antenna diversity, CD drive and a 2x20-watt
amplifier.
Digital tuner technology will be available in the
Audi A6 at a later date. Depending on the market in
question, a satellite radio receiver or a receiver for
terrestrially emitted, but digitally coded
transmissions will then be available.
In principle, these drivers are available in all
versions of the control unit for front
information J523.
In the MMI Basic version, the loudspeakers that are
integrated into the front doors are connected
directly to the control unit for front
information J523.
If the Standard Sound System or BOSE option is
installed, this internal amplifier is deactivated via
coding. The loudspeakers are then connected to the
relevant digital sound package control unit J525.
Antenna
amplifier 2
R111
Loudspeaker
Front information
are used
in the tester
J685
Multimedia
operating unit
E380
Antenna booster
R24
Loudspeaker
front
DSP amplifier
J525
Control unit for front information J523
+ Radio R
+ CD player R89
+ Amplifier R12 (active)
DSP amplifier
BOSE
J525
Steering column
electronics
J527
Data bus diagnosis
interface
J533
Multi-function
steering wheel
J453
Telephone
transmitter and
for telephone
R36
Legend
Loudspeaker
CD changer
R41
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The orange symbols represent the possible optional
equipment. If a relevant option is missing, simply
follow the route indicated by arrows to close the
MOST ring.
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Infotainment
MMI Basic Plus
As an option, the MMI Basic system can be
equipped with additional functions in the radio and
sound field in the form of a "Plus" version.
This includes, for example, a TP Memo function,
which enables the recording of traffic
announcements for a duration of eight minutes in
total.
A programmable recording period can be used to
provide up-to-date traffic announcements before
starting a journey. Stored traffic messages are
automatically deleted after six hours to ensure that
they are always up-to-date. Instead of the integrated
amplifier, the standard sound system with its own
digital sound package control unit J525 will be used
as standard as of this MMI version.
The internal amplifier can be deactivated via coding
in this and later MMI versions.
Reference
Please refer to the Driver’s Manual for
information on operating the enhanced TP
Memo function!
Loudspeaker
Front information
are used
in the tester
J685
Multimedia
operating unit
E380
Antenna booster
R24
Antenna
amplifier 2
R111
DSP amplifier
J525
Control unit for front information J523
+ Radio R
+ CD player R89
DSP amplifier
BOSE
J525
Steering column
electronics
J527
Data bus diagnosis
interface
J533
Multi-function
steering wheel
J453
Telephone
transmitter and
for telephone
R36
Loudspeaker
CD changer
R41
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Legend
The orange symbols represent the possible optional
equipment. If a relevant option is missing, simply
follow the route indicated by arrows to close the
MOST ring.
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MMI Basic Navigation
The MMI Basic Plus is available on request with a
basic navigation function. For this purpose, a
navigation module is integrated into the
information control unit J523. Optical route
guidance is provided on the central display in the
dash panel insert. The destination is entered using
the MMI operating system with its central knob/
pushbutton.
Audible directions for route guidance are also
output via the sound system.
The data required for navigation is read in via the
integrated CD drive.
Loudspeaker
Front information
are used
in the tester
J685
Multimedia
operating unit
E380
Antenna booster
R24
Antenna
amplifier 2
R111
DSP amplifier
J525
Control unit for front information J523
+ Radio
+ Navigation with CD drive J401
DSP amplifier
BOSE
J525
Steering column
electronics
J527
Data bus diagnosis
for data bus
J533
Multi-function
steering wheel
J453
Telephone
transmitter and
for telephone
R36
Antenna for
Navigation
R50
Loudspeaker
CD changer
R41
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Legend
The orange symbols represent the possible optional
equipment. If a relevant option is missing, simply
follow the route indicated by arrows to close the
MOST ring.
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Infotainment
MMI High
The MMI High comes with the 7" colour display.
The standard equipment of the Top system in
Audi A6 ‘05 Infotainment includes an RDS dualtuner, the standard sound system and a 6x CD
changer in the glove compartment. As an optional
extra, this MMI version is also available with DVD
navigation, which is already used in the current A8
‘03, as well as the voice operator system with the
voice input control unit J507 as a plug-in module of
the radio module R.
Reference
Information on the DVD-based navigation
system can be found in the SSP 293,
Audi A8 ´03 – Infotainment.
Only in this MMI version can drivers choose
between the fixed telephone module and the mobile
baseplate. The well-known analogue TV tuner R78 is
also available at present as an optional extra.
Loudspeaker
Front information
are used
in the tester
J685
Multimedia
operating unit
E380
Antenna booster
R24
Antenna
amplifier 2
R111
DSP amplifier
J525
Control unit for front information J523
DSP amplifier
BOSE
J525
Navigation
with CD drive
J401
Loudspeaker
TV tuner
R78
Radio
R
Voice input
J507
Telephone
transmitter and
for telephone
R36
CD changer
R41
Data bus diagnosis
interface
J533
Telephone/
telematics
J526
Steering column
electronics
J527
Handset
for telephone
R37
Multi-function
steering wheel
J453
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Legend
The orange symbols represent the possible optional
equipment. If a relevant option is missing, simply
follow the route indicated by arrows to close the
MOST ring.
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Function overview and menu structure of the MMI operator system
Radio main menu
– Dynamic
transmitter list
●
Memory
– Memory list
❍
●
❍
❍
–
–
–
–
Band
FM (ultra-short wave)
MW (medium wave)
LW (long wave)
DAB* (Digital Radio)
CD/TV main menu
– CD title
– TV transmitter
Changer
– CD list
Source
– CD
– TV
– External AV source
❍
Sound
– <see Setup – Softkey
sound>
❍
Sound
– <see Setup –
Softkey sound>
❍
❍
❍
–
–
–
–
–
–
Manual
Manual forward
Search forward
Save transmitter
Play transmitter
Search back
Manual back
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Manual
Forward
Back
One title back
One title forward
Title mix
Play title
Name CD
CD/TV setup
– CD
– Repeat
– Show CD text
– TV
– Brightness
– Contrast
– Colour
– Picture format
– TV standard
●
–
–
–
–
Address Book main
menu
Find entry
View list
New entry
Delete address book
Telephone main
menu
– Enter PIN
– Telephone menu
●
❍
–
–
–
–
–
–
Memory
Address book
Numbers dialled
Calls received
Missed calls
SIM card number
Save current number
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
SMS
New SMS
Templates
SMS input
SMS output
SMS memory
Delete all read SMS
Delete all SMS
❍
Dial
❍
Hang up
●
Telephone setup
Telephone settings
Call options
Security settings
Mailbox
Call divert
Network selection
❍
●
●
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Radio setup
Traffic programme
Regional setting
Transmitter reception
Transmitter display
Alternative frequency
PTY filter
Delete last
transmitter
–
–
–
–
–
–
Legend
Hardkey
Softkey
– Sub-menu
– Function
●
❍
* available later
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Infotainment
Navigation
Navigation
– <Single-destination
mode>
– Country
– City/Postal code
– Street
– Special dest.
– Route guidance
Start
– <Route map mode>
– Z-destination 1...3
– Destination
●
Memory
– Last destinations
– Top special dest.
– Destination from
address book
– Save current dest.
– Save route
– Load route
Info main menu
– TMC message list
●
Route
– Route criteria
– Distance list
– Route with
stop-off destinations
– Route without
stop-off destinations
– Block route
from here
●
User
– User 1 - 4
– User management
❍
Sources
– <Radio source>
– <Telephone source*>
❍
On-board manual
– Short Guide
– Driver’s Manual
– Audi MMI
❍
❍
Info setup
– TP memo timer
– TMC display filter
●
Maintenance
Maintenance
– Ambient lighting
– Acoustic Parking
System
– External lighting
– Battery charge level
– Vehicle registration
number
– Windows
– Instrument cluster
– Tyre pressure
control system
– Windscreen wiper
– Seat adjustment
– Mirror adjustment
– Central locking
❍
Nav Info
– Destination
– Location
– GPS dates
❍
●
Legend
Hardkey
Softkey
– Sub-menu
– Function
●
❍
* available later
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Settings
Menu language
Units of measure
Time setting
System sounds
Voice operation
Factory setting
Sound
Balance
Fader
Treble
Base
Subwoofer
DSP
– Standard
– BOSE
– Volume settings
– Navigation
instructions
– Traffic
programme
broadcast
– Voice dialogue
system
– Telephone volume
❍
–
–
–
–
–
–
Display
– Brightness
Map
– Zoom
– Map menu
Navigation setup
Map colours
Alignment
Junction zoom
Map type
Map contents
Audible directions
Demo mode
Delete last
destinations
– Manual location
– Version information
–
–
–
–
–
–
❍
❍
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Setup main menu
– Radio setup
❍
TP memo
– Message retrieval
❍
❍
❍
Car main menu
●
Antenna systems
The antenna system in the new Audi A6 ´05 is
integrated as a module in the top area of the rear
window, to the left and next to the third brake light,
on the right.
The modules are responsible for the various
systems, e.g. remote central locking, radio, TV or the
radio receiver for the auxiliary heater.
Only the modules that are required for the
requested optional extras are installed.
The table shows the relevant modules for the
available vehicle equipment. These are indicated for
the various, worldwide country versions.
The modules "DAB" and "SDARS" relate to the digital
radio systems, which will be available later and are
based on either a satellite-controlled system
(SDARS) or a terrestrial system (DAB).
Module 5
Module 1
Module 3
AM/FM
-Div/TV
1-2
Module 4
Module 2
l
ote centra
TV3-4/Rem /DAB
locking/RC
Third brake light
Module 6
Module 7
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Module 1:
Module 2:
Module 3:
Module 4:
Radio/antenna amplifier R24
Remote central locking/antenna amplifier 2 R111
GPS/antenna for GPS navigation R50
Mobile phone antenna USA/Antenna for telephone,
navigation, auxiliary heater R66
Module 5:
Module 6:
Module 7:
Roof antenna/antenna for radio, telephone,
navigation R52
Block circuit
Telepass antenna
Installed antenna modules for possible vehicle equipment
Module
1
1
1
1
2
4
2
2
2
3
4
5
5
5
5
7
8
Designation
Available in market version
Radio AM/FM
Radio AM/FM-Diversity
Radio AM/FM-Div/TV
Radio AM/FM-Div/TV
Remote central locking
Remote control for auxiliary heater
Remote locking/TV
Remote locking/TV/DAB
Remote central locking/TV
Navigation
Mobile phone-US
Telephone ECE
Telephone (fixed or mobile)/Navigation
Telephone/Navigation
Satellite radio
Block circuit
Telepass
ECE
ECE/US
ECE/US
Japan
ECE/US
ECE
ECE/US
ECE
Japan
RoW
US
ECE
ECE
US
US
Italy
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Infotainment
Control unit for front information J523
If you order the Audi A6 ´05 with the MMI versions
Basic, Basic Plus or Basic Navigation, the
functionalities like sound system or a CD-based
navigation module are integrated into the control
unit for front information J523, depending on the
vehicle equipment.
MMI Basic
MMI Basic
Plus
MMI Basic
Navigation
1-DIN housing
X
X
X
Interface MOST
X
X
X
Power supply
X
X
X
AM/FM tuner for ECE and
North America
X
X
X
CD drive
X
X
X
2x20-watt drivers
X
ZF output for antenna diversity
X
X
X
X
X
Traffic programme recording
(8 minutes)
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The control unit for front information J523 is
installed in the glove compartment in the standard
version.
The "High" version, which was adopted from the
current Audi A8 ’03, is located behind the display
unit for front information J685, the colour MMI
display.
Integrated GPS receiver
X
Navigation computer with memory
X
Voice output for navigation
X
The control unit for front information J523 includes
an enhanced TP recording system in the Standard
Plus and Standard Navigation versions. This is a
programmable traffic programme recording
function, which is possible via the MMI operating
system.
Two different start times can be set. The traffic
broadcasts that are received are recorded for a
duration of 2 hours from the relevant start time.
Functional features of the standard navigation
function:
– Position-finding through interactive destination
entry/selection
– Interactive journey planner/management with
stop-off destinations
– Selection of route options
This setting remains unchanged until the timer
function is switched off or the programmed times
are changed. A memory with a recording capacity of
8 minutes is available for the recording. When the
memory is full, the oldest messages are overwritten.
The CD-based navigation function is integrated as
an optional module in the display and operating
unit for front information J523.
If this equipment is installed, the vehicle comes with
the antenna module R50, the antenna for
GPS navigation in the top area of the rear window
(see Chapter Antenna systems). This antenna
delivers the GPS signal. If the mobile baseplate was
also requested, the vehicle has a roof antenna
(antena for radio, telephone, navigation R52), which
supplies the GSM and GPS signal. All other input
signals are only supplied by networking the relevant
control units. Playback of the stored messages can
also be controlled via the MMI. It is possible to
select here whether you want to play the entire
sequence or only one particular message.
– Route guidance (acoustic and optical via arrows
in display on dash panel insert J285)
– Dynamic route guidance via RDS TMC and online
data
– Audible navigation directions via digital sound
package control unit J525
– Storage and management of destinations
– Output of position data to the CAN bus
(e.g. for Audi telematics)
– Search for imported destinations from the
address book
Navigation input signals from the vehicle network:
Distance signal from control unit for ABS with
EDL J104, signal from reversing light switch
Output signals to the vehicle network:
GPS time including date, voice output to the
digital sound system control unit J525
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Infotainment
Diagnosis on the control unit for front information J523
Although functional modules are integrated into the
control unit for front information J523, the related
address words for diagnosis in the VAG tester are
retained.
The control unit for front information J523 does not
support the Basic setting and actuator test
functions. The control unit for information J523 can
be flashed via the integrated CD drive.
Overview of the address words of the modules
in the control unit for front information, which
are used in the tester
Address word
Control unit for
front information
J523
Amplifier,
2x20-watt
Radio
R
CD ROM drive
R92
Navigation
with CD drive
J401
07
47
56
0E
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Overview of the available diagnostic functions
for each module
Modules
Overview of the available
diagnostic functions
for each module
Control unit for
front information
J523
Amplifier,
2x20-watt
Radio
R
Control unit identification
X
Measured-value blocks
X
CD ROM drive
R92
Navigation
with CD drive
J401
X
X
Basic setting
Actuator test
Coding
X
Adaptation
X
X
Flash programming
X
Read fault memory
X
Erase fault memory
X
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Overview of the measured-value blocks available
for the individual modules
Module
Designation
General measured-value blocks
for all modules
General: Battery positive voltage, terminal status
MOST: Address, MOST FOT temperature, optical lowering
Status of ring break diagnosis line
Control unit identification:
Serial number, flash date, hardware and software version
Control unit for front information
J523
Multimedia operating unit E380: Status of main buttons, status of knobs/pushbuttons,
volume controller status
Display: LCD display temperature
Signals: Terminal 58D, terminal 58S
Integrated amplifier,
2x20-watt
Status of input signals, status of mute lead, speed (GALA), temperature
Radio R
Remote-feed antenna: Open circuit, OK, short circuit
Remote-feed ZF output: Open circuit, OK, short circuit
Transmitter receive-level (0... 100 dBµV)
CD ROM drive R92
CD status: Button status (Play, Stop, etc.), Eject button status, status of functions (Repeat, Scan, etc.)
Control unit for navigation
with CD drive J401
Route Info: Speed, direction of travel
GPS: Satellites received, status of remote-feed GPS antenna OK, short circuit, open circuit
GPS FIX: GPS information on satellite reception and position-finding
Drive: Status of CD drive, incorrect or no navigation CD inserted, Load Eject error,
CD drive overheating
Status of navigation CD
Longitude corrected: Arc degree, arc minute, arc second
Latitude corrected: Degree of longitude, minute of longitude, second of longitude
Height and angle of direction corrected: Height in metres, angle of direction in degrees
GPS date: Day, month, year or "invalid" if there is no GPS reception
GPS time: Hour, minute, second or "invalid" if there is no GPS reception
Front axle distance pulses, status
GPS level 1: Satellite ID with best and second-best reception
GPS level 2: Satellite ID with third-best reception
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Infotainment
Coding variants of the control unit for front information J523
Versions: Basic, Basic Plus and
Basic Navigation
Decimal
place
Description
1.
Country version: D, GB, USA, F, E, I, P
2.
Equipment: ACC, Internal light package, Acoustic parking system, front
3.
Equipment: Acoustic parking system, rear, Tyre pressure control system, Air suspension
4.
Equipment: Seat memory, front/rear, Left-hand drive
5.
Equipment: Standard sound system installation, Body variant, Leather equipment
6.
Equipment: On-board computer
7.
Reserved
Infotainment control unit holder
In the new Audi A6 ’05, the control units responsible
for Infotainment are mainly stored in a compact
holder behind the left wheel cut-out in the boot.
Only the control unit for front information J523 is
installed in the dash panel, either in a visible
position in the glove compartment (Basic version) or
behind the glove compartment (High version). The
dual-band compensator, the mobile phone
amplifier R86, is fitted on the rear right wheel well.
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Reference
Please refer to the relevant Workshop Manual
for details of the exact individual installation
positions.
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Sound systems
Different sound system versions are available for
the new Audi A6 ´05. A general feature of the
systems is the two subwoofers integrated into the
front doors. A central subwoofer is not installed in
the rear storage area in the Audi A6 ’05 – a standard
feature in other model series.
The base frequencies, which cannot be localised for
the human ear, are amplified by the two tuners in
the doors and are used to round off the audio
pattern in the interior of the vehicle. This saves
space in the rear area, which increases the boot
volume and leaves more room for installing other
control units.
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Audi A6 ‘05 front door with subwoofer and loudspeaker installation
positions
The new Audi A6 ´05 is equipped with a two-way
loudspeaker system in the front doors as standard.
The related amplifier with two 20-watt drivers is
integrated into the control unit for information J523.
Diagnosis of the standard amplifier module is
performed using the address word 47 in the
VAS diagnosis tester. The possible diagnostic
functions are contained in the list of diagnostic
options for the control unit for front information
J523 on page 78 in this chapter.
1
2
3
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1 Control unit for front information J523 including
2x20-watt drivers, front display unit J685 and
Multimedia operating unit E380
2 High-pitch loudspeaker, front left R20 and
mid/low-pitch loudspeaker, front left R101
3 High-pitch loudspeaker, front right R22 and
mid/low-pitch loudspeaker, front right R102
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Infotainment
Standard sound system
If the optional Standard sound system is selected,
the vehicle will not have the 2x20-watt amplifier
module in the control unit for front information
J523. This sound system has an external 7-channel
DSP amplifier, the digital sound system control
unit J525, which is integrated into the MOST bus.
It controls the three-way systems in the front doors,
the two subwoofers in the front doors, the 2-way
systems in the back doors and the centre
loudspeaker in the dash panel. The standard sound
system comes as standard in the MMI versions
Basic Plus and MMI High.
1
5
2
6
3
7
4
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1 Mid/high-pitch loudspeaker, front left R26
2 Low-pitch loudspeaker, front left R21
3 High-pitch loudspeaker, rear left R14 and
mid/low-pitch loudspeaker, rear left R159
4 Control unit for digital sound package J525
5 Mid/high-pitch loudspeaker, front right R27
6 Low-pitch loudspeaker, front right R23
7 High-pitch loudspeaker, rear left R16 and
mid/low-pitch loudspeaker, rear right R160
Reference
Information on the functional features of the
digital sound system can be please refer to the
SSP 293, Audi A8 ´03 – Infotainment.
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Standard sound system diagnosis
The diagnosis process is effected via address
word 47 as in the case of the series equipment,
however, the separate control unit for digital sound
system, J525, is now addressed. In addition to
reading the measured-value blocks and the fault
memory for all loudspeaker channels involved,
selective actuator tests are also available.
The digital sound system control unit participates in
component protection.
Measured-value block
Designation
01
General: Battery positive voltage, terminal status
02
MOST: MOST address, FOT temperature, optical lowering (0 dB, -3 dB)
03
Status of ring break diagnosis line
04
System: Analogue/digital unit temperatures in amplifier, fan speed
05
Microphone: Voltage readings at microphone inputs
50
Control unit identification: Year of manufacture, manufacturer code
51
Control unit identification: Serial number
Available actuator tests
No.
Designation
Actuator test
Sequential
Selective
1
Mid/high-pitch loudspeaker, front left R26
X
X
2
Mid/high-pitch loudspeaker, front right R27
X
X
3
High-pitch loudspeaker, rear left R14
X
X
4
Mid/low-pitch loudspeaker, rear left R159
X
X
5
High-pitch loudspeaker, rear right R16
X
X
6
Mid/low-pitch loudspeaker, rear right R160
X
X
9
Low-pitch loudspeaker, front left R21
X
X
10
Low-pitch loudspeaker, front right R23
X
X
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Infotainment
BOSE sound system
The new Audi A6 ´05 comes with a BOSE sound
system, which mainly comprises components from
the current Audi A8 ‘03. The division of the
subwoofer function into two individual subwoofers
integrated into the front doors means that the
well-known 7-channel DSP BOSE amplifier must
provide an additional output for the second
subwoofer driver in the front right-hand door. The
line-out output of the amplifier is used for this
purpose. This output signal feeds an external 100watt driver, which is integrated into the subwoofer
in the front right-hand door.
7
1
10
2
11
3
12
8
The current BOSE amplifier is replaced by a new
development with the launch of the Avant.
All eight drivers for the BOSE sound system are
then integrated into this new Avant amplifier.
Given this, it will be important to note the exact part
numbers and the related model year when replacing
components of the BOSE sound system in the
future, so that the functionality of the BOSE sound
system is not lost!
4
13
5
14
9
6
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BOSE sound system diagnosis
Diagnosis of the BOSE sound system is also
performed using the address word 47 in the
VAS tester.
A basic setting is not required.
The available actuator tests can be performed either
selectively or sequentially.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
High-pitch loudspeaker, front left R20
Middle-pitch loudspeaker, front left R103
Low-pitch loudspeaker, front left R21
High-pitch loudspeaker, rear left R14
Mid/low-pitch loudspeaker, rear left R159
Control unit for digital sound package J525
Mid-range/treble loudspeaker, centre, R158
Microphone unit in front roof module R164
Loudspeaker in parcel shelf R150
High-pitch loudspeaker, front right R22
Middle-pitch loudspeaker, front right R104
Low-pitch loudspeaker, front right R23
High-pitch loudspeaker, rear right R16
Mid/low-pitch loudspeaker, rear right R160
The AudioPilot microphone, which is integrated into
the BOSE sound system, can be used to absorb
the acoustic pressure produced during the
loudspeaker actuator tests and output this on the
VAS diagnosis tester as a voltage signal.
If a voice operating system is installed, the
microphone for this is also included in the test.
The technician must then compare this voltage
reading with a default reading set at the factory and
evaluate the completed test as either OK or Not OK.
Note
Always note the exact part numbers when
replacing components of the BOSE sound
system!
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Measured-value block
Designation
01
General: Battery positive voltage
02
MOST: MOST address, FOT temperature
03
Status of ring break diagnosis line
04
System: Analogue/digital unit temperatures in amplifier, fan speed
05
Microphone: Microphone voltage(s) for AudioPilot microphone and optical microphone
for voice operating system
50
Control unit identification: Manufacturer code
51
Control unit identification: Serial number
Available actuator tests
No.
Brief description and designation
of the component to be tested
Actuator diagnosis
Sequential
Selective
1
R21
Low-pitch loudspeaker, front left
X
X
2
R23
Low-pitch loudspeaker, front right
X
X
3
R20
High-pitch loudspeaker, front left
X
X
4
R22
High-pitch loudspeaker, front right
X
X
5
R14
High-pitch loudspeaker, rear left
X
X
6
R16
High-pitch loudspeaker, rear right
X
X
7
R103
Middle-pitch loudspeaker, front left
X
X
8
R104
Middle-pitch loudspeaker, front right
X
X
9
R158
Centre loudspeaker
X
X
10
R150
Loudspeaker in parcel shelf
X
X
11
R159
Mid/low-pitch loudspeaker, rear left
X
X
12
R160
Mid/low-pitch loudspeaker, rear right
X
X
13
14
J525
Fan in control unit
X
Self-test for digital sound package control unit
X
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Infotainment
Available telephone systems
Secondly, there is the newly developed mobile
baseplate. This mobile baseplate has a similar
control unit architecture and functionality to the
system used in the Audi A3 ´04.
However, it has now been incorporated into the
MOST bus for Infotainment.
Two different telephone systems are available
ex-works for the new Audi A6 ´05.
Firstly, there is the fixed system with Bluetooth
operator handset, with which you may be familiar
from the current Audi A8 ´03, but which can only be
ordered with the High version of the MMI.
Reference
For information on the telephone system,
please refer to the SSP 293,
Audi A8 ´03 – Infotainment
7
12
2
1
6
10
4
8
5
11
3
9
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1
2
3
4
5
Telephone transmitter and receiver R36
Telephone holder R126
Control unit for information J523
Microphone R140
Control unit for digital sound package J525
Basic or BOSE sound system
6 Data bus diagnosis interface J533
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7 Control unit in dash panel insert J285
8 Control unit for steering column electronics J527
9 Control unit for multi-function steering
wheel J453
10 Mobile phone amplifier (compensator) R86
11 Antenna for GPS navigation R50
12 Bluetooth antenna R152
The mobile baseplate is operated via the MMI in the
"TEL" menu. The telephone holder R126, which is
required for whichever type of mobile phone is to be
used, is available from the Parts Service. As you may
already know from the introduction of the new
mobile baseplate in other model series (Audi A3, A4,
TT), this mobile phone holder no longer has a
connection cable. It is connected to the telephone
transmitter and receiver R36 via a contact panel.
The telephone transmitter and receiver R36 is fitted
as standard with a Bluetooth module.
In principle, the Bluetooth functionality
is always available, even if a mobile phone holder is
not connected. For reasons of electromagnetic
compatibility, Bluetooth is only active at present
when the mobile phone is inserted into the relevant
holder. The phonebook stored on the mobile phone
SIM card is read into the memory of the Telephone
transmitter and receiver R36 whenever the mobile
phone is inserted. Mobile-internal phonebooks
cannot be read in because the data formats differ
from model to model.
Voice operation
The new mobile baseplate can be voice-operated
using the operating unit in the steering wheel E221.
The handsfree volume can also be set using the
multi-function steering wheel and names or
telephone numbers can be dialled in the
phonebook. The operating unit in the steering
wheel E221 passes the data signals for this on to the
steering column electrics J527 as LIN signals.
This control unit converts the data into CAN
messages and transfers these messages to the data
bus diagnosis interface J533 on CAN Convenience.
Here, the digital data messages are converted into
MOST data records and are passed to the telephone
transmitter and receiver R36 via the MOST ring.
The adapter set always includes a Push-to-talk
button (PTT), which enables voice operation even
without the multi-function steering wheel option.
This button is included on every available mobile
phone adapter.
The PTT button has different functionalities,
depending on the MMI used:
– MMI High: Accept/Hang up
– MMI Basic/Basic Plus/Basic Navigation:
Accept/Hand up and also
Activate internal voice operation of the
telephone transmitter and receiver R36.
This internal voice operation function is only
available in the MMI Basic versions. Voice operation
in the MMI High version is implemented via the
optional control unit for voice input J507.
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This illustration depicts the service handset for the fixed telephone
installation (MMI High) and the alternative universal mobile
baseplate with the mobile adapter. A vehicle cannot be fitted with
both systems!
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Infotainment
Handsfree operation
Echo and noise compensation
The telephone transmitter and receiver R36 sends
the signals for handsfree operation (Voice, Phone
Mute, etc.) via the MOST Infotainment bus to the
relevant sound system, which is either integrated
into the control unit for front information J533 or
the independent digital sound system control
unit J525. Here, the digital data is converted into
analogue data and is output on the loudspeaker.
The telephone transmitter and receiver R36 is fitted
as standard with a DSP-based echo compensation
system. If the optional voice operating system is
also ordered, the echo and noise compensation
function of the control unit for voice input J507 is
used. Among other things, this results in an
improved handsfree quality, even for the passenger.
Telephone
transmitter and
for telephone
R36
Telephone
transmitter and
receiver R36
Microphone, front
left R140
Control unit for
digital sound
package R525
Control unit for
information J523
A/D
Microphone unit in
front roof module
R164
Microphone, front
left R140
Amplifier
Control unit for
voice input
J507
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Microphone arrangement in the MMI versions Basic, Basic Plus and
Basic Navigation.
88
Microphone arrangement in the MMI High version
Mobile baseplate diagnosis
The mobile baseplate is diagnosed as standard
using the address word 77 in the VAS tester.
A selective or sequential actuator test can be
performed to check the output of the audio signal to
the relevant sound system, radio mute operation,
and whether or not a switched-on phone was
detected.
Measured-value blocks
Measured-value block
Designation
01
General: Battery positive voltage
02
MOST: MOST address, FOT temperature
03
Status of ring break diagnosis line
05
Input signals: PTT, Mobile inserted, Mobile switched on, Communication active
10
Reception field strength of the mobile phone
11
Status of external antenna for mobile baseplate
14
Currently connected Bluetooth devices
19
Microphone: Microphone voltage, microphone power consumption
20
Number of bonded (known) Bluetooth devices
48
Cut-off level of control unit for power management J644
80
Control unit identification: Manufacturer codes
81
Control unit identification: Serial number
130
Status of Bluetooth antenna
89
Infotainment
Actuator test
The actuator tests listed in the table can be called
up using the guided fault-finding function in the
diagnosis tester. Most of these can be activated
selectively (individually).
Possible actuator tests
No.
Designation
Actuator test
Sequential
Selective
X
X
1
"Phone on" signal
2
Audio lead adapter set
X
3
Communication lead to adapter set
X
Mobile baseplate adaptation
Adaptation channel
90
Designation
128
Basic audio volume
129
Mobile after-run time, from 30 seconds to 30 minutes in seven intervals
130
Reference channel wait time for synchronisation with audio components
131
Microphone-sensitivity
133
Bluetooth on/off
134
Bluetooth: Handsfree operation only with mobile phone inserted
135
Change Bluetooth PIN
136
Beep Delay value: Time gap between pressing button and acknowledgement beep
Notes
91
Notes
92
Self-study programmes for the Audi A6 ‘05
SSP 323 Audi A6 ´05
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–
–
–
Introduction to the vehicle
Body technology
Passenger protection
Air conditioning
Order No.: A04.5S00.06.00
323_057
SSP 324 Audi A6 ´05 Chassis
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–
–
–
–
Front axle technology
Rear axle technology
Steering system
ESP
Electromechanical parking brake EPB
Order No.: A04.5S00.07.00
323_058
SSP 325 Audi A6 ´05 Engines and Gears
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–
–
–
–
3.0 V6 TDI Common Rail
3.2 V6 FSI
Manual gearbox 01X, 02X, 0A3
6-stage automatic transmission 09L
Multitronic 01J
Order No.: A04.5S00.08.00
323_059
SSP 326 Audi A6 ´05 Electrics
–
–
–
–
Networking
Bus topologies
Convenience electrics
Infotainment
Order No.: A04.5S00.09.00
323_056
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Service Training
Audi A6 ‘05 – Electrics
Self-Study Programme 326
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