Self Study Program 629 – Audi TT (Type FV) Vehicle electrics, electronics and infotainment
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All versions of the new Audi TT come with a generous range of standard equipment, particularly the MMI radio and the electromechanical parking brake. Alongside the S sports seat with numerous leather and trim variants, options include the advanced key, hill hold assist, high-beam assist, the LED interior lighting package, front seat heating, and the storage and luggage compartment package.
On the infotainment front, customers can choose from a wide range of options. The connectivity package features the MMI touch system incorporating a touch-sensitive touch pad. At the top of the modular range is the MMI Navigation plus with its large flash
memory, two card readers, DVD drive, Bluetooth interface and voice control system. The T30 chip from the Tegra 3 series by market leader Nvidia, which is installed in the new-generation Modular Infotainment System, controls all in-car navigation and multimedia functions and displays content in the Audi virtual cockpit.
The Audi connect system complements the MMI Navigation plus perfectly – it connects the new Audi TT to the internet using the high-speed LTE transmission standard. The integrated Wi-Fi hotspot means passengers can surf the internet and e-mail as they please, while the driver can rely on the customised Audi connect services.
The infotainment package is rounded out by attractive optional equipment. The Audi Phone Box conveniently links mobile phones to the car. Its centrepiece is a universal planar aerial which is integrated into the storage tray in the centre armrest. Thanks to close-range coupling, the phone communicates with the flat planar aerial, which uses an amplifier to transmit the signals to the car aerial.
The Bang & Olufsen Sound System features a 14-channel amplifier and 12 loudspeakers; the bass loudspeakers in the doors are illuminated discretely by fibre optics.
Highly intelligent assistance systems make driving the new TT an even more pleasurable experience. As an option, the car can be equipped with Audi side assist, which uses rear-mounted radar sensors to help drivers change lane more safely; camera-based traffic sign recognition; Audi active lane assist, which helps the driver if necessary by steadily correcting steering or warning him/her if there is a danger of unintentionally drifting out of lane; and the park assist system with ambient display which independently guides the car into suitable parking spaces.
- Power supply
- Main battery lead
- AGM battery
- Fuses, fuse holder and jump start terminal
- Overview of bus systems
- New features of the bus systems
- Optical bus system MOST150
- Optical replacement control unit VAS 6778
- Control units
- Brief descriptions
- Exterior lights
- “Sequential flashing”
- Headlight range adjustment
- Tail lights
- High-level brake light / number plate light
- Vehicle electronics
- Car key
- Keyless starting system
- Terminal control unit
- Advanced Key
- Implementation of keyless entry and start systems at Audi
- System processes in the keyless start system
- System processes in the keyless entry system (advanced key)
- Electronic steering column lock control unit J764
- Electrical rear spoiler
- Safelock function
- Overhead module of Audi TT
- Interior light
- Overview of versions
- Second-generation MIB High
- MMI radio
- MMI radio with connectivity package
- MMI Navigation plus
- Audi connect (depending on market)
- Display and operating concept
- Control panel
- Sound systems
- Aerials overview
- Audi phone box
- Test your knowledge
The Self Study Programme teaches a basic knowledge of the design and mode of operation of new models, new automotive components or new technologies.
It is not a Repair Manual! Figures are given for explanatory purposes only and refer to the data valid at the time of preparation of the SSP. This content is not updated.
For further information on maintenance and repair work, always refer to the current technical literature.