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Audi Q7: Electrical Component Locations Overview

Electrical Component Locations Overview

1 - Loading Sill Lowering Control Head -E682-

  • With the following integrated components
  • Load Level Button -E539-
  • Power Pivoting Trailer Hitch Button -E474-, equipment level
  • Component Location Overview. Refer to → Electrical Equipment; Rep. Gr.96; Controls; Component Location Overview - Controls in Luggage Compartment

2 - Front Level Control System Sensor

  • Left Front Level Control System Sensor -G78-, Right Front Level Control Sensor -G289-
  • Overview. Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Front Level Control System Sensor".

3 - Rear Level Control System Sensor

  • Left Rear Level Control System Sensor -G76-, Right Rear Level Control System Sensor -G77-
  • Overview. Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Rear Level Control System Sensor".

4 - Level Control System Compressor Electronics -J1135-

  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Level Control System Compressor Electronics -J1135-, Removing and Installing".

5 - Adaptive Suspension Valve Block -NX7-

  • With the following integrated components
  • Level Control Pressure Sensor -G291-
  • Left Front Suspension Strut Valve -N148-
  • Right Front Suspension Strut Valve -N149-
  • Left Rear Suspension Strut Valve -N150-
  • Right Rear Suspension Strut Valve -N151-
  • Level Control Accumulator Valve -N311-
  • The components cannot be replaced separately
  • Is a components is faulty replace the adaptive suspension valve block
  • Overview. Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Air Lines".
  • 6 - Level Control System Compressor Motor -V66-
  • With integrated Level Control System Solenoid -N111-
  • The Level Control System Solenoid - N111- cannot be replaced separately, if faulty replace the Level Control System Compressor Motor -V66-
  • Overview. Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Air Supply Unit".

Drivetrain Control Module -J775-

  • Component location: under the A/C unit
  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Drivetrain Control Module -J775-, Removing and Installing".
  • Tighten the left and right nuts -arrows- to 8 Nm.

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Component Location Overview - Air Suspension

Component Location Overview - Air Suspension

1 - Rear Left Air Spring

  • With Left Rear Damping Adjustment Valve -N338-
  • Overview. Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Suspension Strut, Shock Absorber and Spring, Air Spring".

2 - "Black" Air Line

3 - "Purple" Air Line

4 - Left Pressure Reservoir

  • Under the carpet in the rear left footwell
  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Pressure Reservoir, Removing and Installing".

5 - "Red" Air Line

6 - Left Front Air Spring

  • With Left Front Damping Adjustment Valve -N336-
  • Overview. Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Suspension Strut and Upper Control Arm".

7 - Right Front Air Spring

  • With Right Front Damping Adjustment Valve -N337-
  • Overview. Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Suspension Strut and Upper Control Arm".

8 - "Green" Air Line

9 - Right Pressure Reservoir

  • Under the carpet in the rear right footwell
  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Pressure Reservoir, Removing and Installing".

10 - "Blue" Air Line

11 - Rear Right Air Spring

  • With Right Rear Damping Adjustment Valve -N339-
  • Overview. Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Suspension Strut, Shock Absorber and Spring, Air Spring".

12 - Air Supply Unit with Level Control System Compressor Motor -V66-

  • Overview. Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Air Supply Unit".

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     Overview - Air Lines

    1 - Air Supply Unit with Level Control System Compressor Motor -V66- Overview. Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Air Supply Unit". 2 - Air Line "Brown" To solenoid valve

     Standard Vehicle Height, Readapting

    The air suspension system responds automatically to changes in the vehicle level and equals these out. The vehicle level can change in the following situations: Trailer Mode Different load conditi

     Air Line, Servicing

      Note Both rear axle air lines (blue and black) are completely replaced if there is a damage claim. The repair of a damaged line is not permitted. The front axle and pressure reservoir air

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     Parking space search

    Applies to: vehicles with assisted parking Fig. 136 Upper display: activated parking space search Activating the parking space search Press in the lower display. Or To activate the parking space search when the parking aid is switched on, press in the center display. Searching for parkin

     Adding engine oil

    Fig. 165 Engine compartment: engine oil filling opening cover (example) Observe the safety precautions > General information. Turn the engine off Open the hood Unscrew the cap for the engine oil filler opening > fig. 165. Carefully add 0.5 quart (0.5 liter) of the correct oil Clo

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