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2009 Audi Q7 Turn Signal Light Assembly Valeo

P311-1AA27CD    W0133-2050990  New

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Valeo Turn Signal Light Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Valeo
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2009 - Audi Q7
Valeo
2009 Audi Q7 Turn Signal Light Assembly Valeo

P311-0D8B000    W0133-2050991  New

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Valeo Turn Signal Light Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Valeo
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2009 - Audi Q7
LKQ
2009 Audi Q7 Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Right LKQ

P311-5926936    AU2531103  New

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$57.03
LKQ Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Right
  • PASSENGER SIDE FRONT SIGNAL LIGHT ASSEMBLY; [V]
Brand: LKQ
Position: Front Right
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2009 - Audi Q7 Front Right
LKQ
2009 Audi Q7 Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Left LKQ

P311-5E7E93A    AU2530103  New

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LKQ Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Left
  • DRIVER SIDE FRONT SIGNAL LIGHT ASSEMBLY; [V]
Brand: LKQ
Position: Front Left
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Vehicle Position
2009 - Audi Q7 Front Left
LKQ
2014 Audi Q7 Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Right LKQ

P311-13BB800    AU2531104  New

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$78.25
LKQ Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Right
  • Without LED lights;Bumper mounted
  • PASSENGER SIDE SIGNAL LIGHT ASSEMBLY; WITHOUT LED LIGHTS; BUMPER
  • MOUNTED
Brand: LKQ
Position: Front Right
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Vehicle Position
2014 - Audi Q7 Front Right
LKQ
2014 Audi Q7 Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Left LKQ

P311-1F862FF    AU2530104  New

Qty:
$78.25
LKQ Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Left
  • Without LED lights;Bumper mounted
  • DRIVER SIDE SIGNAL LIGHT ASSEMBLY; WITHOUT LED LIGHTS; BUMPER MOUNTED
Brand: LKQ
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2014 - Audi Q7 Front Left

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Signal/taillight issue on 1999 Audi A4

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Question From trailmaster on Signal/taillight issue on 1999 Audi A4

Hi,

I have a 1999 Audi A4 Quattro Turbo, 1.8L, 140K miles, and am having trouble with the turn signals. At times they have to be manually manipulated, but recently a new problem came up. The driver's side rear signal light will sporatically come on, but in steady, not flash mode, even tho the signal switch has not been engaged. This makes it look like a taillight is missing. The taillights are working, but seem dimmer since this started. I know that there have been issues related to a relay with the Audi A4s - could that be the issue causing the rear light to come on as well?

Thanks for your help.

Response From steve01832 Top Rated Answer

You may want to start looking at the ground circuits. If this is the style where you can pop out the sockets and they have the external metal clips, you may have either socket or board problems. German cars have used this style for many years and have always had problems with them.

Steve

95 Audi Electrical problem

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Question From gatliff on 95 Audi Electrical problem


Hello I just got my first Audi a 95 A6 2.8 Quattro Wagon I got a decent deal on it and I love it but it need some help none of the windows will go up or down also the sun roof won't open the A/C - Heat control don't work and the wipers are not working also the turn signal are not working
that all I seen so far all fuses are good but it seem to me all the things used a relay I wouldn't think all the relay are bad but I don't know how to check them and if it is the relay box it self can that be replace any ideas ? Thanks

Response From Discretesignals

Do you have a volt meter and know how to use it? Your going to need access to wiring schematics for those systems, so you can troubleshoot them.

Response From gatliff

Thank you I getting a meter and found wiring schematics online not sure yet how useful they will be or what all there but I don't know what I looking for

Response From Discretesignals

You really need the wiring schematics for those systems to understand how the systems are operating and what needs what to operate. It's important to understand how the circuits operate for the systems to be able to troubleshoot them based from the interpretations you get from the wiring schematics. It's possible that all those system share a common fault.

Another thing I am going to clue you onto is that VW and AUDI track schematics are very difficult to understand because they use numbers and letters to denote components. I even have a hard time with them.

It's also important that you understand the fundamentals of electricity and can operate a DVOM. If you have never touched a meter or diagnosed automotive electrical systems, your going to have a really hard time.

Response From gatliff

Yes I can do basic votes and ohms reading, reading the schematics is a bit harder but I had a Mercedes before with alot of mess up wiring but what am I checking for a bad relay or what the most likely reason for all this not to work ?

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

Like he said, this needs to be tested in sequence. We don't throw out random guesses, we test and verify. Why you would want an older Euro car with a host of electrical issues right off the bat is beyond me, but to each his own I guess. You said the fuses were good, did you check for voltage at each side of them of just pulled them out and held them to the light? If so, we don't know if power is even present at the fuse. A 12v test light is what I go into a fuse box with, and you should get one yourself. Cheap to get one and saves loads of time. I assure you, with this car you will certainly get your money's worth out of it and then some. You need to start with the basics, one system at a time. Your windows all don't work. Is there power going in and out of the fuse? If so, move on to the switch. Power at the switch? If no you have figured out where to start hunting wires. Its a process of elimination, and I second DS on the difficulty of Euro wiring diagrams. They engineer the entire car so differently from US and Jap brands that its like night and day. If a professional tech has issues deciphering it, I assure you that you will be quite lost in it.