Last post on Oct 14, 2010 at 6:25 AM
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Audi Q7, SUV
#54 of 63 Re: To add navigation to Audi Q7 [arrie]
Jan 05, 2010 (9:45 pm)
I will Aslo prefer to get it done from thr dealer
#55 of 63 2007 to current MMI Upgrade
Jan 24, 2010 (5:52 pm)
I have a 2007 Q7 with the basic MMI. It was a dealer demo vehicle. I had them integrate an iPod ( works sporadically at best which of course they did not warn me of) as well as an aftermarket bluetooth system that is pretty low budget. Wondering if it is possible to buy an upgraded/2010 MMI system that has an iPod interface that works, navigation as well as bluetooth and install that without the dealer. I am approaching 50K miles so warranties are about to expire anyway. Thoughts anyone??
#56 of 63 Re: 2007 to current MMI Upgrade [audipia]
Feb 05, 2010 (4:41 pm)
Integrate an iPod that works sporadically. What do you mean by that?
If you had Audi dealer install the AMI then it works always when you have it connected to the iPod with the cable. If it does not then there is something wrong with it and you should have them fix it before your warranty runs out.
AMI, Bluetooth and Navigation are separate modules that are built to be integrated system with the MMI. I don't know why some of this would work "sporadically" if installation is done by the Audi dealer.
#57 of 63 Re: 2007 to current MMI Upgrade [arrie]
Feb 12, 2010 (4:25 pm)
I have a 2007 Q7 and was thinking abt the Ipod integration. Dealer quoted me $2K to do so. Understand it works fine (nothing about sporadic issues). I have also heard good things about the Dension Gateway Ipod kit.
#58 of 63 Re: 2007 to current MMI Upgrade [ny_driver]
May 27, 2010 (3:31 pm)
I purchased the mObridge Audio for my Audi Q7 for the iPod/iPhone and it works like a charm. Allows scrolling using steering wheel controls and the MMI. Streaming audio like Pandora works well also. It was about $550 installed
#60 of 63 Audi Q7 trailer hitch electrical problem
Mar 08, 2009 (7:18 am)
I recently had a dealership add an Audi hitch, and electrical harness with 7 to 4 pin adapter to my 2007 4.2 Q7.
When I hooked up my trailer most everything works (turn signals, hazard lights) except the brake lights. When starting the car I get a message that the brake bulbs are out, first on the left side, then both.
Notes: The trailer lights are brand new, and work fine on a friends Tahoe. They are standard bulb lights (not LED).
I bought a second 7 to 4/5 Pin adapter and the problem exists with it and the one supplied by Audi initially.
Has anyone experienced this issue? Any suggestions?
#61 of 63 Re: Audi Q7 trailer hitch electrical problem [topoftherock]
Mar 28, 2009 (10:22 pm)
I had same problem with Tiguan when I installed trailer control box to complete VW pre-wiring.
Take it back to dealer and tell them to log on to vehicle computer and activate trailer option as right now system doesn't know there is trailer. There is several locations they have to go through to complete activation.
I have my own VAG-COM cable so it is kinda sad to see service guys don't know crap about the brand they represents.
#62 of 63 Audi Q7 4.2 Quattro
Oct 14, 2010 (6:25 am)
Audi Q7 4.2 Quattro
I bought Audi Q7 last year Sept 2009; I used the Car from Sept to April 2010.
I packed the car and went for six months business trip , my wife only warm the car every 3 days without test driving it.
Now she is experience problem with the car.
Q7 Starting problem
The Speedometer light is off
The boot only closes manually.
Mechanic has checked every fuse is working,
When I put the ignition, its on but cant start the car and the Speedometer light signal is off.
Pls I need some help or direction