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Audi Vorsprung durch Technik

Self Study Programme 610


For internal use only

Audi A3 13
Onboard Power Supply and Networking

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Audi
Service Training

Whether the engine fuel system, the dual clutch gearbox, the
infotainment system or any one of a number of driver assistance
systems a modern vehicle would cease to function without
electrical and electronic equipment.
A high-performance alternator, a battery rated for the vehicle's
specication, and reliable and fast data transfer across various
data bus systems are all vital components of a stable and ecient
onboard power supply system.

The rst part of this self study programme summarises the


onboard power supply of the Audi A313 and provides information
on the functions, installation locations and specic features of
numerous control units.
The design and function of the various headlight and tail light
versions are described in "Exterior lighting".
This is a quick and direct way to obtain an in-depth knowledge of
the electrical and electronic equipment in the Audi A313.

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Learning objectives of this Self Study Programme:


After you have worked your way through this Self Study Programme, you will be able to answer the following questions:
Where are the fuseholders located in the Audi A313 and what
are their designations?
Where are electrical components tted in the vehicle?

Which bus systems are used in the AudiA313?


What are the tasks of the control units in the vehicle?
What are the versions of the exterior lighting and how are the
individual light functions implemented?
What are the versions of the headlight range adjustment
system?

Contents
Power supply
Battery _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4
Battery housing _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4
Fuses, relays and jump start terminal ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 5

Networking
Installation locations of control units ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6
Topology _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8
Overview of bus systems __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 10
New features of the bus system __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 10
Optical data bus system MOST150 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 11
Optical replacement control unit VAS6778 _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 11

Control units
Brief descriptions __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 12

Exterior lighting
Light switch _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 29
Headlights __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 30
Fog light ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 35
Headlight range control ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 37
Tail lights ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 40
High-level brake light ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 42
Number plate lights _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 42

Annex
Self Study Programmes ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 43

The Self Study Programme teaches a basic knowledge of the design and functions 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.
For further information about maintenance and repair work, always refer to the current technical literature.

Note

Reference

Power supply
Battery
In the Audi A313, the vehicle battery is housed in the engine bay
and protected by a battery box. Battery size and type are dependent on engine version, trim and country specication. Standard
batteries, EFB batteries and AGM batteries are used.

Vehicles with petrol engines and a start-stop system are equipped


with an EFB battery, while vehicles with diesel engines and a
start-stop system are equipped with an AGM battery.
Vehicles with an auxiliary heater generally have an AGM battery.

EFB

AGM battery

An EFB (Enhanced Flooded Battery) can be regarded as a heavyduty wet-cell battery. The positive plate inside the battery is coated
with an additional polyester scrim. This provides additional hold
for the active battery material. The deep-cycle resistance is higher
than that of conventional batteries. An EFB is charged in exactly
the same way as a conventional battery.

In AGM (Absorbent Glass Mat) batteries, the battery electrolyte is


held within a microporous glass matting. In addition to having
higher deep-cycle resistance than an EFB battery, the AGM battery
is noted for its leak-proof construction. When charging an AGM
battery, it is important to follow the charger's operating instructions and, where applicable, to program the charger for AGM
batteries.

The following batteries are used in the AudiA313:


Standard batteries

EFB

AGM batteries

59Ah/280 A
69Ah/360 A

58Ah/340 A
68Ah/380 A

44Ah/220 A
51Ah/280 A
60Ah/280 A
61Ah/330 A
72Ah/380 A

Battery housing
The housings of the batteries used in the Audi A313 vary in
length. On the battery bracket there are holes for three dierent
lengths of battery housing.

Hole

Battery housing length

212mm

247mm

278mm

Hole 1
Hole 2

Hole 3

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Fuses, relays and jump start terminal


Jump start terminal on the engine bulkhead

The battery's positive terminal and the jump start terminal on the
engine bulkhead are used for battery charging and jump starting.

Ground terminal with battery


monitor control unit
J367

Battery positive

Battery
Fuse rail on the e-box
Designation of fuses in current
ow diagram "SA"

e-box with fuses and relays


Designation of fuses in current ow
diagram "SB"
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Fuseholder and relay carrier under the dash panel, left


Designation of fuses in current ow diagram "SC"

Fuses
In addition to the standard at fuses, the space-saving mini fuses
and the circuit breakers (thermal fuses), a new type of fuse is used
in the AudiA313: the so-called J-Case fuse.
The fuses are colour coded for easy identication:

J-Case fuses

Fuse rating

Colour

20A

blue

25A

white

30A

pink

40A

green

50A

red

60A

yellow

A new gripping tool is available for removing and tting this new
type of fuse. It is housed in the e-box cover in the engine bay.

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Gripping tool
for J-Case
fuses

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Networking
Installation locations of control units
Some of the control units shown in the overview are optional and/
or country-specic equipment.

Refer to the current service literature for details of controls unit


positions, as well as instructions for installation and removal.

J387
J364

J668
J104

J250

J794

J500

R242
E380

J685

J428

J844
J234

J587
J255

J518
J745

J533

J527
J285

J743

J525
J764

J623

J791
J667

J519

J386

Key:
E380
J104
J234
J250
J255
J285
J345
J364
J386

Multimedia system operating unit


ABS control unit
Airbag control unit
ECD control unit (electronically controlled damping)
Climatronic control unit
Control unit in dash panel insert
Trailer detector control unit
Additional heater control unit
Door control unit, driver side

J387
J428
J492
J500
J518
J519
J525
J527
J533

Door control unit, front passenger side


ACC control unit
All-wheel drive control unit
Power steering control unit
Entry and start authorisation control unit
Onboard power supply control unit
Digital sound package control unit
Steering column electronics control unit
Data bus diagnostic interface

R78
J772

J769

J345

J770

J492

J843
J608

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J587
J608
J623
J667
J668
J685
J743
J745
J764

Selector lever sensors control unit


Special vehicle control unit
Engine control unit
Headlight power module, left
Headlight power module, right
MMI display
Twin clutch gearbox mechatronics
Cornering light and headlight range control unit
Electrical steering column lock control unit

J769
J770
J772
J791
J794
J843
J844
R78
R242

Audi lane assist control unit


Audi lane assist control unit 2
Reversing camera system control unit
Audi parking system control unit
Information electronics control unit 1
Vehicle tracking system interface control unit
Headlight assist control unit
TV tuner
Front camera for driver assistance systems

Topology
Light switch
E1

Headlight power
module, left
J667

Sliding sunroof
control unit
J245

Wiper motor
control unit
J400

Headlight power
module, right
J668

Anti-theft alarm
sensor
G578

Rain and light


detector sensor
G397

Alarm horn
H12

Humidity sensor
G355

Power output module for left LED


headlight

Onboard power
supply
control unit
J519

Power output module for right LED


headlight

Control unit in
instrument cluster
J285

Audi side assist


control unit 2
J770

Steering column
electronics
control unit
J527

Diagnostic port
Multifunction
steering wheel
control unit
J453

Door control unit,


rear driver side1)
J926

Door control unit


driver side
J386

Door control unit,


rear passenger
side1)
J927

Door control unit


passenger side
J387

Data bus diagnostic interface


J533

Trailer detector
control unit
J345

NOx sender control


unit
J583
Engine control unit
J623

Entry and start


authorisation
control unit
J518

NOx sender control


unit 2
J881

Electrical steering
column lock
control unit
J764

Seat occupancy
recognition
control unit
J706

Vehicle tracking
system interface
control unit
J843

Front left seat belt


tensioner control
unit
J854

Special vehicle
control unit
J608

Front right seat


belt tensioner control unit
J855

Airbag
control unit
J234

Climatronic control
unit2)
J255

Twin clutch gearbox mechatronics


J743

Selector lever sensors control unit


J587

Fresh air blower


control unit
J126

Refrigerant circuit
pressure sender
G805

Air humidity sender


in fresh air intake
duct
G657

Air quality sensor


G238

The topology shows all control units with connectivity to the data
bus system. Some of the control units shown here are optional or
country-specic equipment, or will be introduced at a later date.

Adaptive light and


headlight range
control unit
J745

This diagrammatic representation of all possible control units is


purely theoretical. The adaptive light and headlight range control
unit J745, for example, is never tted at the same time as the
headlight range control unit J431, rather only one or the other.

Headlight range
control unit
J431

Multimedia system
operating unit
E380

MMI display
J685
Audi side assist
control unit
J769
Headlight assist
control unit
J844
Front camera for
driver assistance
systems
R242

Digital sound
package
control unit
J525

ACC control unit


J428

Information
electronics control
unit 1
J794

ABS control unit


J104

Battery monitor
control unit
J367

Power steering
control unit
J500

Alternator
C

TV tuner
R78

All-wheel drive
control unit
J492

Reversing camera
system control unit
J772

Audi parking system control unit


J791

Auxiliary heater
control unit
J364

Auxiliary heating
radio controlled
receiver
R64

ECD control unit


(electronically controlled damping)
J250

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Key:

1)
2)

Powertrain CAN bus

Infotainment CAN bus

LIN bus

Convenience CAN bus

Diagnostics CAN bus

Sub-bus systems

Extended CAN bus

Suspension CAN bus

MOST bus

For ve-door models only


For more details of heater / air conditioning congurations, refer to SSP 609 "AudiA313".
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Overview of bus systems


Bus system

Cable colour

Conguration

Max. data transfer rate

Characteristic

Powertrain CAN bus

Electrical two-wire bus


system

500kbit/s

Not single-wire capable

Convenience CAN bus

Electrical two-wire bus


system

500kbit/s

Not single-wire capable

Extended CAN bus

Electrical two-wire bus


system

500kbit/s

Not single-wire capable

Infotainment CAN bus

Electrical two-wire bus


system

500kbit/s

Not single-wire capable

Suspension CAN bus

Electrical two-wire bus


system

500kbit/s

Not single-wire capable

Diagnostics CAN bus

Electrical two-wire bus


system

500kbit/s

Not single-wire capable

MOST bus

Optical bus system

150Mbit/s

Ring structure: an open circuit


leads to total system failure

LIN bus

Electrical single-wire bus


system

20kbit/s

Single-wire capable

Sub-bus system
(private bus)

Electrical two-wire bus


system

500kbit/s

Not single-wire capable

New features of the bus system


The convenience CAN bus and infotainment CAN bus are highspeed bus systems in the AudiA313
New MOST bus MOST150
The control unit in the instrument cluster J285 is a convenience
CAN user
The data bus diagnostic interface J533 is the master of LIN
slave "multifunction steering wheel control unit J453"
The data bus diagnostic interface is not a MOST bus user
The information electronics control unit 1 J794 is the system
and diagnostic manager for the MOST bus
The information electronics control unit 1 J794 is connected to
the operating unit and MMI display via the sub-bus system

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The networking diagram on pages 8/9 provides a schematic overview of the communication paths of in-vehicle control units.
The equipment level dictates which control units are installed in
the vehicle. Here are just a few examples:
The headlight range control unit J431 is never tted at the
same time as the cornering light and headlight range control
unit J745.
The Headlight Assist control unit J844 is never tted at the
same time as the front camera for driver assistance systems
R242
The seat occupancy recognition control unit J706 is only available in the North American market
The TV tuner is only available in certain markets

Optical data bus system MOST150


History
For the rst time in an Audi vehicle, an optical data bus system
known as the MOST bus (MOST25 to be precise) is tted in the
Audi A803.
This data bus system is named after the "Media Oriented Systems
Transport (MOST) Cooperation". This group is made up of various
automobile manufacturers, their components suppliers and
software companies, who joined forces to create a standardised
high-speed data transfer system.

The term "Media Oriented Systems Transport" denotes a network


with media-oriented data transport. This means that, unlike in the
CAN data bus, address-oriented messages are sent to a specic
recipient.
This technology is used in Audi vehicles to transfer data within the
infotainment system. The data transfer rate on the MOST25 bus is
approx.25Mbit/s.

MOST150
The MOST150 is used in the Audi A313 for the rst time in an
Audi vehicle.
This developmental stage in MOST technology is six times faster
than the MOST25 bus. The development process necessitated
various modications to MOST components.

For instance, the transmitter and receiver units Fiber Optical


Transmitters (FOT) had to be adapted.
Other components, such as the optical connectors, the bre optics
and the electrical connections of the control units, are identical to
those of the MOST25.

Digital sound
package
control unit
J525

System manager
Up to three control units are integrated in the MOST bus in the
Audi A313:
Information electronics control unit 1 J794
Digital sound package control unit J525
TV tuner R78
In the AudiA313 the information electronics control unit 1 J794
acts not only as the system manager for the MOST bus but also as
the diagnostic manager - a function previously performed by the
data bus diagnostic interface J533.

Information
electronics control
unit 1
J794

TV tuner
R78

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Optical replacement control unit VAS6778


Diagnostics
The ring break diagnosis procedure is identical to that of the
previous MOST bus system. However, the inspection plan for the
AudiA313 must be retrieved in the vehicle diagnostic tester using
address word 5F.
Even though the ring break diagnosis procedure remains
unchanged, a modied tool the optical replacement control unit
VAS6778 must be used in the event of an optical fault in the
MOST150 bus, due to the modied transmitter and receiver units
in the control units.

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Control units
Brief descriptions
Onboard power supply control unit
Designation

Onboard power supply control unit J519

Equipment

Always tted

Installation position

Under the left-hand dash panel

Tasks

Diagnostic address

09

Data bus communication

Convenience CAN bus user


J519 is the LIN master for:
LIN 1 light switch E1; wiper motor control unit J400; combined sensor rain and light detection
sensor G397 and humidity sender G355
LIN 2 alarm horn H12
LIN 3 sliding sunroof control unit J245; antitheft alarm sensor G578

Special feature

LIN 1 is distributed to two pins on J519. Wiper motor J400 is connected to pin B30. Rotary light switch E1
and the combined sensor rain and light detection sensor G397 and humidity sender G355 are connected
to pin C28. This means that the control units connected to pin C28 are also aected in the event of a short
circuit to positive or negative at pin B30.

Central locking master


Exterior light master
Interior light master
Antitheft alarm / optional equipment master, PR No.: 7AL
Activation of various relays
Activation of various convenience components:
Seat heaters
Heated spray nozzles
Windscreen washer pump
Headlight washer system pump
Reading in various switches and buttons
Reading in various sensors

J519

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Reference
For a detailed description of the onboard power supply control unit J519, refer to SSP 611 "Audi A313 Electronics and
Driver Assistance Systems".

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Gateway
Designation

Data bus diagnostic interface J533

Equipment

Always tted

Installation position

Under the left-hand dash panel

Tasks

Diagnostic address

19

Data bus communication

All CAN bus system users


LIN master of battery monitor control unit J367 and alternator
LIN master of multifunction steering wheel control unit J453 / optional equipment

Special feature

Not a MOST bus user

Networking gateway
Diagnostic master
Energy management system control
Master for multifunction steering wheel / optional equipment

J533

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Instrument cluster with driver information system (DIS)


Designation

Control unit in dash panel insert J285

Equipment

Always tted
Versions:
Monochrome DIS without onboard computer, PR No.: 9S4
Monochrome DIS with onboard computer, PR No.: 9S5
Colour DIS with onboard computer, PR No.: 9S6

Installation position

In the dash panel

Tasks

Display of information relevant to the driver


Immobiliser master

Diagnostic address

17

Data bus communication

Convenience CAN bus user

Special feature

For the rst time in an Audi model, this system is a convenience CAN user

J285

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Steering column electronics


Designation

Steering column electronics control unit J527

Equipment

Always tted

Installation position

On the steering column

Tasks

Connects the steering column stock and the electrical components in the steering wheel to the vehicle
electronics
Terminal management master for vehicles without advanced key

Diagnostic address

16

Data bus communication

Convenience CAN bus user

Special feature

Transfers the LIN signals from the gateway to the multifunction steering wheel control unit J453 in models
equipped with a multifunction steering wheel

J527

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Trailer detector
Designation

Trailer detector control unit J345

Equipment

Optional equipment, PR No.: 1D2

Installation position

Behind the side trim on the left-hand side of the luggage compartment

Task

Interconnects the vehicle electrics and the trailer electrics

Diagnostic address

69

Data bus communication

Convenience CAN bus user

J345

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Heating / air conditioning


Designation

Heater control unit J65


Air conditioning system control unit J301
Climatronic control unit J255

Equipment

Heating, PR No.: 9AC


Air conditioning system, PR No.: KH6
Automatic air conditioning, PR No.: 9AK

Installation position

In the dash panel, centre

Tasks

Controlling:
Temperature
Blower
Air distribution

Diagnostic address

08

Data bus communication

Special feature

All LIN slaves are connected to a LIN output.

Convenience CAN bus user


J65 is the LIN master of the fresh air blower J126
J301 is also the LIN master of the refrigerant circuit pressure sender G805
J255 is also the LIN master of the air quality sensor G238 and the air humidity sensor in fresh air duct
G657

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J301

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J255

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Door electronics, driver side


Designation

Door control unit, driver side J386

Equipment

Always tted

Installation position

In the driver's door

Task

Controlling the electrical and electronic components in and on the driver's door

Diagnostic address

42

Data bus communication

Convenience CAN bus user


In 5-door models it is connected to the door control unit, rear driver side J926 via a LIN line

Special features

J386 acts as the substitute master for the central locking system in the event of failure of the onboard
power supply control unit J519
Activates the side marker lights in the driver's door mirror

J386

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Front passenger side door electronics


Designation

Door control unit, front passenger side J387

Equipment

Always tted

Installation position

In the front passenger's door

Task

Controlling the electrical and electronic components in and on the front passenger's door

Diagnostic address

52

Data bus communication

Convenience CAN bus user


In 5-door models it is connected to the door control unit, rear passenger side J927 via a LIN line

Special feature

Activates the side marker lights in the front passenger door mirror

J387

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Advanced key / keyless entry and start authorisation


Designation

Entry and start authorisation control unit J518

Equipment

Optional equipment, PR No.: 4F2

Installation position

Under the dash panel

Tasks

Reading in both capacitive sensors


Activation of the entry and start authorisation aerials

Diagnostic address

B7

Data bus communication

Convenience CAN bus user

Special feature

For the rst time in an Audi model, the external aerials connected to J518 are not installed in the doors,
rather on the vehicle underbody in the B-post area.

J518

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Vehicle tracking
Designation

Vehicle tracking system interface control unit J843

Equipment

Optional equipment, PR No.: 7G9

Installation position

Behind the side trim on the left-hand side of the luggage compartment

Tasks

Requirement for installation of Audi Tracking Assistant Plus


Data exchange between the tracking assistant and other vehicle control units

Diagnostic address

3D
30, if an additional special vehicle control unit is tted

Data bus communication

Convenience CAN bus user

Special feature

The tracking assistant is always tted as a retrot solution (even in new vehicles).
The vehicle tracking system interface control unit J843 cannot be retrotted.

J843

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Electrical steering column lock


Designation

Electrical steering column lock control unit J764

Equipment

Optional advanced key, PR No.: 4F2

Installation position

On the steering column

Tasks

Locking and unlocking the steering column


Terminal management master

Diagnostic address

2B

Data bus communication

Convenience CAN bus user

Special features

Can be replaced separately from the steering column


Immobiliser user
Reads in the entry and start authorisation button

J764

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Special functions
Designation

Special vehicle control unit J608

Equipment

Optional equipment, PR No.: F5B

Installation position

Behind the side trim on the left-hand side of the luggage compartment

Task

To allow special functions, such as taxi, driving school etc., to be implemented.

Diagnostic address

3D

Data bus communication

Convenience CAN bus user

Special feature

The hardware control unit is identical to the vehicle tracking system interface control unit J843

J608

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Reversing camera
Designation

Reversing camera system control unit J772

Equipment

Optional equipment
Versions:
Parking aid plus with reversing camera, PR No.: 7X2+KA2
Parking aid with reversing camera, PR No.: 7X5+KA2

Installation position

Behind the side trim on the right-hand side of the luggage compartment

Tasks

Rectifying and processing the raw images captured by the reversing camera
Transferring the processed images to the information electronics control unit 1 J749

Diagnostic address

6C

Data bus communication

Convenience CAN bus user

Special features

Video connections are mechanically encoded


Only two of the three connections are used

J772

Reversing camera connection

Unused

Electrical
Video output
connection

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Audi adaptive cruise control (automatic speed and distance control)


Audi pre sense front
Designation

ACC control unit J428

Equipment

Optional equipment for vehicles with:


Stronic, PR No.: 8T3
Manual gearbox, PR No.: 8T5
pre sense front, PR No.: 7W2

Installation position

Behind the radiator grille below the number plate mount in the centre

Tasks

Radar scanning of trac


Controlling speed and distance

Diagnostic address

13

Data bus communication

CAN-Extended bus user

Special feature

Independent braking to a standstill behind a vehicle driving ahead and independent restarting
(ACC Stop & Go)

J428

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Auxiliary heater
Designation

Auxiliary heater control unit J364

Equipment

Optional equipment, PR No.: 9M9

Installation position

On the outer right side member

Tasks

Defrosting the windows


Comfort mode for heated interior

Diagnostic address

18

Data bus communication

Convenience CAN bus user


J364 is the LIN master of the auxiliary heating radio controlled receiver R64

Special features

The target time and not the starting time of the auxiliary heater is selected with the remote control
Cannot be replaced separately from the heating unit

J364

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Infotainment
Designation

Information electronics control unit 1 J794

Equipment

Standard Audi Radio, PR No.: I8A


Optional equipment
Versions:
MMI Radio, PR No.: I8B
MMI Navigation plus, PR No.: I8F, 7UG

Installation position

In the glove compartment

Task

Controlling the infotainment systems

Diagnostic address

5F

Data bus communication

Infotainment CAN bus user


In MMI versions it is connected to the MMI display J685 and the multimedia system operating unit E380
via a private CAN bus

Special features

In the case of MMI versions, an electrically retractable screen is integrated in the dash panel
If the Bang&Olufsen Sound System and/or TV tuner is tted, the information electronics control unit 1
J794 is the system manager as well as the ring break diagnostics master for the MOST bus

J794

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Sound amplier
Designation

Digital sound package control unit J525

Equipment

Optional equipment for models with Bang&Olufsen Sound System, PR No.: 9VS

Installation position

Under the seat at the front left

Task

Activation of the 14 loudspeakers

Diagnostic address

47

Data bus communication

MOST bus users

J525

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TV tuner
Designation

TV tuner R78

Equipment

Optional equipment, PR No.: QV6

Installation position

In the luggage compartment, rear right

Task

TV reception, display in the MMI display J685

Diagnostic address

57

Data bus communication

MOST bus users

Special feature

Availability is country-specic

R78

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Electronic Stabilisation Program ESP


Designation

ABS control unit J104

Equipment

Always tted

Installation position

In the engine bay on the right-hand side of the engine bulkhead in left-hand-drive models
In the engine bay on the left-hand side of the engine bulkhead in right-hand-drive models

Tasks

Diagnostic address

03

Data bus communication

Suspension CAN bus user

Special features

The control unit can be replaced separately from the valve block using ESD protective mat VAS 6613
The electro-mechanical parking brake is integrated in the ABS control unit. Address word 53 for electromechanical parking brake has been deleted.

Anti lock braking system ABS


Electronic Stabilisation Program ESP
Traction Control System TCS
Electronic Dierential Lock EDL
Electronic transverse lock
Multicollision brake
Electro-mechanical parking brake EPB

J104
Valve block

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Power steering
Designation

Power steering control unit J500

Equipment

Always tted

Installation position

Connected to the steering gear

Tasks

Diagnostic address

44

Data bus communication

Suspension CAN bus user

Special features

Control unit with power steering motor and steering angle sender G85 can only be replaced together
with the steering gear
G85 has no separate data bus connections; data is transferred via the power steering control unit J500

Power steering
Servotronic speed-dependent power steering
Corrective steering intervention in combination with Audi active lane assist and park assist
Corrective steering intervention in combination with ESP

J500
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Reference
For detailed descriptions of the suspension components refer to SSP 612 "Audi A313 Suspension".

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All-wheel drive
Designation

All-wheel drive control unit J492

Equipment

Standard equipment with quattro powertrain

Installation position

Connected to the rear axle gear

Task

Control of the Haldex coupling according to the driving situation

Diagnostic address

22

Data bus communication

Suspension CAN bus user

Special feature

The control can be replaced separately and without removing the rear axle gear

J492

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Parking aid / park assist


Designation

Park assist steering control unit J791

Equipment

Optional equipment
Versions:
Rear parking aid, PR No.: 7X1
Parking aid plus, PR No.: 7X2
Audi parking system, PR No.: 7X5

Installation position

Behind the left-hand dash panel

Tasks

Reading in the ultrasound sensors and, depending on version, audible or visual obstacle warnings
If the Audi parking system is tted, it also measures the parking spot and calculates the parking
manoeuvre

Diagnostic address

76

Data bus communication

Suspension CAN bus user

Special feature

The diagnostic address is now 76, having been 10 on previous Audi models

J791

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Audi magnetic ride


Designation

ECD control unit (electronically controlled damping) J250

Equipment

Optional equipment, PR No.: 2H7

Installation position

Under the right-hand front seat

Task

Adaptation of the damping characteristic

Diagnostic address

14

Data bus communication

Suspension CAN bus user

J250

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Engine control unit


Designation

Engine control unit J623

Equipment

Always tted

Installation position

In the engine bay between the battery and e-box

Task

Controlling the engine characteristic

Diagnostic address

01

Data bus communication

Powertrain CAN bus user


To comply with specic emission standards, the engine control unit J623 is connected to both NOx sender
control units via a private CAN bus

Special features

Control units (petrol engine/diesel engine) have dierent plug connections


Immobiliser user
Vehicles with an antitheft alarm have an antitheft device (sheet metal cover with shear bolts) over the
engine control unit

J623

Shear bolt 1
Antitheft protection
Shear bolt 2

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Airbag / Audi pre sense basic


Designation

Airbag control unit J234

Equipment

Always tted
Optional Audi pre sense basic, PR No.: 7W1

Installation position

On the centre tunnel in front of the centre console

Tasks

Deployment of the airbags


Audi pre sense basic
Deployment of the pedestrian protection system

Diagnostic address

15

Data bus communication

Powertrain CAN bus user


If Audi pre sense basic is tted, it is the LIN master for the front left and right belt tensioner control
units (J854 and J855 respectively)
In vehicles specied for the North American market, it is the LIN master for the seat occupancy recognition control unit J706

Special feature

It also controls the pedestrian protection system

J234

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Stronic
Designation

Mechatronic unit for dual-clutch gearbox J743

Equipment

Optional equipment for vehicles with S tronic

Installation position

On the gearbox

Task

Controling the dual clutch gearbox

Diagnostic address

02

Data bus communication

Powertrain CAN bus user

Special feature

Dual clutch gearbox 0CW (7-speed, see g.) or dual clutch gearbox 09D (6-speed) is used depending on
engine version.

J743

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Selector lever sensors


Designation

Selector lever sensors control unit J587

Equipment

Optional equipment for vehicles with S tronic

Installation position

On the selector lever

Tasks

Signalling the selector lever position


Signalling the tiptronic commands

Diagnostic address

81

Data bus communication

Powertrain CAN bus user

Special feature

The control unit can only be replaced together with the selector lever

J587

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Headlight range control on vehicles with bi-xenon headlights


Designation

Headlight range control unit J431

Equipment

Optional equipment for models with bi-xenon headlights, PR No.: 8IG

Installation position

Behind the left-hand dash panel

Task

Dynamic headlight range control

Diagnostic address

55

Data bus communication

CAN-Extended bus user

J431

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Headlight range control on vehicles with bi-xenon headlights and adaptive light or LED headlights
Designation

Adaptive light and headlight range control unit J745

Equipment

Optional equipment for vehicles with:


Bi-xenon headlights with adaptive light, PR No.: 8IM
LED headlights, PR No.: 8EY

Installation position

Behind the left-hand dash panel

Tasks

Dynamic headlight range control


Controlling the light proles
Controlling the adaptive light

Diagnostic address

55

Data bus communication

CAN-Extended bus user

Special feature

It is connected to the power modules for the left and right headlights via a private CAN bus

J745

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Audi side assist (lane change warning system)


Designation

Audi lane assist control unit J769


Audi lane assist control unit 2 J770

Equipment

Optional equipment, PR No.: 7Y1

Installation position

In the rear right bumper J769


In the rear left bumper J770

Task

To scan the peripheral area behind and to the side of the vehicle
To activate the warning lights in the door mirrors

Diagnostic address

3C

Data bus communication

J769 (master) CAN-Extended bus user


J770 (slave) connected to J769 via private CAN bus

Special feature

The control units are mounted in the bumper cover. The system must be calibrated after removal and installation.

J770

J769

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Headlight assist
Designation

Headlight assist control unit J844

Equipment

Optional equipment, PR No.: 8G1

Installation position

In the rear-view mirror

Task

Automatic activation and deactivation of the main beam taking oncoming trac into consideration

Diagnostic address

20

Data bus communication

CAN-Extended bus user

Special feature

Available with halogen headlights, bi-xenon headlights and LED headlights

J844

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Audi active lane assist (lane departure warning system)


Headlight assist
Trac sign recognition
Intelligent light system
Designation

Front camera for driver assistance systems R242

Equipment

Optional equipment
Audi active lane assist, PR No.: 7Y4
Camera-based trac sign recognition, PR No.: QR9
Intelligent light system, PR No.: 8G2

Installation position

On the windscreen, above the base of the interior rear-view mirror

Task

Scanning and imaging of trac, trac signs and lane markers

Diagnostic address

A5

Data bus communication

CAN-Extended bus user

Special feature

Camera-based trac sign recognition requires MMI Navigation plus and colour driver information display

R242

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Exterior lighting
Light switch

Headlight range control adjuster


E102

The light switch of the Audi A313 is a LIN slave of the onboard
power supply control unit J519. The operating concept with the
rotary switch and the control panel for the fog lights and/or rear
fog light has been adapted to the Audi model range. The headlight
range adjuster is tted in models with halogen headlights only.

Designation

Light switch E1

Equipment

Always tted

Installation position

Dash panel, driver side

Task

To indicate the driver's preferred light


setting to the onboard power supply
control unit

Diagnostic address

Control panel

Rotary switch

Display and instrument


lighting controller

None, LIN slave, measurement values


and diagnostics via onboard power
supply control unit J519 (master)

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Function
Rotary switch:
0

Lights o (in some countries the daytime running light


is switched on automatically at "terminal 15 on")

AUTO

The automatic daytime running light is switched on and


o depending on the light sensor (this position is also
prerequisite for the "headlight assist" and "intelligent
light system" functions)

Upper control panel:


Fog light
All-weather light in vehicles with LED headlights

Lower control panel:

Parking light

Rear fog light

Dipped beam

Electrical connections and circuit


The four positions of the rotary switch, button operations and the
position of the instrument lighting controller are read in by the
onboard power supply control unit J519 via the LIN line. In addition, all commands for the switch lighting and the warning lamps
of the individual functions are sent to the light switch by the
onboard power supply control unit.
The redundancy line is used to determine the plausibility of the
switch positions. In the event of a short circuit or an open circuit in
the LIN line or redundancy line, the emergency light function is
activated by the onboard power supply control unit ("dipped beam
on") and a diagnostic trouble code is entered in the fault memory
of the onboard power supply control unit.
The headlight range adjuster E102 is integrated in the light switch
housing but is a separate component. Its information is transmitted to the headlight range control servomotors via a discrete line.

Light switch
E1

Headlight range
control adjuster
E102

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Connections of E1:

Connections of E102:

Pin 1

LIN

Pin 1

Terminal 30

Pin 2

Terminal 30

Pin 2

Terminal 31

Pin 3

Terminal 31

Pin 4

Redundancy line

Pin 4

Activation of the headlight


range control servomotors

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Headlights
In the case of the Audi A313, a distinction is made between
headlight versions:

Halogen headlight / ECE1) and SAE2)


Bi-xenon headlight / ECE1) and SAE2)
Bi-xenon headlights with adaptive light, ECE1) only
LED headlight / ECE1) and SAE2)

To remove headlights, the bumper cover must rst be taken o. In


addition to the headlight end caps, the parts shown in the diagrams can be replaced. In the event of damage to the upper and
inner headlight attachments, repair tabs can be attached to the
headlight housing.

Halogen headlight
PR no.: 8ID

Left parking light bulb


M1

Left main beam bulb


M30
Daytime driving light bulb, left
L174

Left headlight range


control servomotor
V48

Turn signal bulb, front left


M5

Sidemarker2)

Left dipped beam bulb


M29

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Light functions

Illuminants used

Power

Daytime running light

Bulb H15

15 watts

Parking light

Bulb W5W

5 watts

Dipped beam

Bulb H7LL

55 watts

Main beam

Bulb H15

55 watts

Bulb PSY24W

24 watts

LED

0.6 watts

Turn signal
Sidemarker

2)

Activation mechanism

Adaptation for driving on opposite side of road

In the case of halogen headlights, the various light functions are


activated by the onboard power supply control unit J519. The
daytime running lights are dimmed for the duration of the turn
signalling cycle (in the SAE2) version they are switched o ). The
halogen headlights can be combiend with a headlight assist
system.

It is not necessary to adapt the headlights. No further action is


needed to meet the statutory requirements.

1)
2)

ECE = for the European market


SAE = for the North American market

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Bi-xenon headlight
PR no.: 8IG
In the case of the bi-xenon headlight, the component parts shown
here can be replaced.

Exception:
The LED module with its 2 LEDs for daytime running lights and
parking light. In the event of a fault in this module, the headlight
must be replaced.

Left gas discharge lamp


L13
Left headlight range
control servomotor
V48

Turn signal bulb, front left


M5
Sidemarker2)

Left LED module for daytime running


lights and parking light
L176

Left gas discharge lamp control unit


J343
Left daytime running light and
parking light control unit
J860

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Light functions

Illuminants used

Power

Daytime running light

2LEDs with plastic optical bres

18 watts

Parking light

dimmed to approx.25%

Dipped beam

Gas discharge lamp D3S

35 watts

Bulb PSY24W

24 watts

LED

0.6 watts

Main beam (change-over by shutter)


Turn signal
Sidemarker

2)

Activation mechanism

Adaptation for driving on opposite side of road

In the case of bi-xenon headlights, the various light functions are


activated by the onboard power supply control unit J519. The
daytime running lights are dimmed for the duration of the turn
signalling cycle (in the SAE2) version they are switched o ). The left
and right dipped beam shutter motors (V294 and V295 respectively) are used for changing over between low beam and high
beam.
The bi-xenon headlight can be combined with a main beam assist
system (PR No.: 8G1).

It is not necessary to adapt the headlights. No further action is


needed to meet the statutory requirements.

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Bi-xenon headlight with adaptive light


PR no.: 8IM
Implementation of dierent light functions
In the case of the bi-xenon headlight with adaptive light, a rotating
roller is tted between the gas discharge lamp and the lens. The
roller has dierent proles around its circumference. The various
light functions are obtained by rotating the roller using the variable front lighting servomotors. In addition, the complete projection module - comprising the reector, lens, gas discharge lamp
and roller - can be swivelled sideways by the dynamic adaptive
light servomotors (not shown) to produce the adaptive light.
The bi-xenon headlight with adaptive light is not available for the
North American market.

In the case of the bi-xenon headlight, the component parts shown


here can be replaced.
The following inner components of the headlight cannot be
replaced separately:

LED module for daytime running lights and parking light


Sender for variable front lighting servomotors
Swivel module position sensors
Variable front lighting servomotors
Dynamic adaptive light servomotors

Left gas discharge lamp


L13

Left adaptive light bulb


L148

Left headlight range control


servomotor
V48
(concealed in diagram)

Turn signal bulb, front left


M5
Roller for light functions

Left variable front


lighting servomotor
V446
Left LED module for daytime running
lights and parking light
L176
Left gas discharge lamp control unit
J343

Headlight power module, left


J667

Left daytime running light and


parking light control unit
J860

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Light functions

Illuminants used

Power

Daytime running light

2LEDs with plastic optical bres

18 watts

Parking light

dimmed to approx.25%

Dipped beam (prole on roller)

Gas discharge lamp D3S

35 watts

Bulb H8

35 watts

Bulb PSY24W

24 watts

Main beam (change of prole on roller)


Motorway light (change of prole on roller)
Town light (change of prole on roller and slight
swivelling of projection modules)
Tourist light (change of prole on roller)
Adaptive light (swivelling of the projection module)
Cornering light (activated on one side)
Intersection light3) (activated on both sides)
Turn signal
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Bi-xenon headlights with adaptive light and "intelligent light system"


PR no.: 8G2
The optional "intelligent light system" can be ordered in addition
to the bi-xenon headlights with adaptive light.
The intelligent light system function also requires the front camera
for driver assistance systems R242 in order to monitor the current
trac situation. Oncoming vehicles, vehicles driving ahead and
built-up areas are detected by the camera.
Depending on the current trac situation, the intelligent light
system continuously adjusts the headlight range between dipped
and main beam.

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Front camera for driver assistance systems


R242

Light functions

Illuminants used

Power

Daytime running light

2LEDs with plastic optical bres

18 watts

Parking light

dimmed to approx.25%

Country road light (prole on roller)

Gas discharge lamp D3S

35 watts

Bulb H8

35 watts

Bulb PSY24W

24 watts

Main beam (change of prole on roller)


Motorway light (change of prole on roller)
Town light (change of prole on roller and slight
swivelling of projection modules)
Tourist light (change of prole on roller)
Adaptive light (swivelling of the projection module)
Cornering light (activated on one side)
Intersection light3) (activated on both sides)
Turn signal

Adaptation for driving on opposite side of road


Both in the case of the bi-xenon headlight with adaptive light and
the bi-xenon headlight with adaptive light and intelligent light
system, the headlight can be changed over for driving on the
opposite side of the road by rotating the roller through 180.
These headlights can be completely changed over, i.e. the roller
has all the required light proles for both left and right hand drive.
This means that only one hardware version of this headlight is
needed.

The tourist light is activated in the MMI. In the CAR menu, the
setting "Lights for driving on left" or "Lights for driving on right"
can be selected under the menu option "Exterior lighting".
In models tted with a navigation system, the headlights are
changed over automatically when crossing international borders, if
necessary.

ECE = for the European market


SAE = for the North American market
3)
models with navigation only
1)
2)

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LED headlights
PR no.: 8EY
In the case of the LED headlights, all light functions are performed
by LEDs. No fog lights are tted in models equipped with LED
headlights.

Left headlight range


servomotor

Parking light / daytime running light /


turn signal

The all-weather light function is available as a substitute. However,


this function is conned to the ECE1) version due to statutory
requirements and is not available in the SAE2) version.

Cornering light

Left headlight fan

Dipped beam
Sidemarker2)
Main beam

LED control unit


(Parking light, daytime
running light, turn signal,
sidemarker2))

Headlight range control


power module
LED power module
(Dipped beam, main beam,
cornering light, fan activation)

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Light functions

Illuminants used

Power

Daytime running light

4LEDs (1x 3 LED chip, 1x 1 LED chip)

14 watts

Parking light

dimmed to approx.15 %

Dipped beam

9LEDs (2x 5 LED chip, 2x 2 LED chip)

41 watts

Main beam

8LEDs (2x 4 LED chips)

36 watts

Cornering light

4LEDs (2x 2 LED chips)

18 watts

Intersection light3)

LEDs of both cornering lights

36 watts

Turn signal

4yellow LEDs (1x 3 LED chip, 1x 1 LED chip)

16 watts

LED

0.6 watts

All-weather light
Motorway light

Sidemarker

2)

When the all-weather light function is active, several LEDs are


switched o (shortening the headlight range and reducing the
self-dazzle eect) and the cornering lights are switched on.
The motorway light is produced by raising the light beam level
using the headlight range control function.
In the case of the intersection light, both cornerning lights are
switched on (models with navigation only).
None of these three light functions is legal for the North American
market.

1)
2)

ECE = for the European market


SAE = for the North American market

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Adaptation for driving on opposite side of road


It is not necessary to adapt the headlights. No further action is
needed in order to meet the statutory requirements.

3)

models with navigation only

Fog light
PR no.: 8WB
The AudiA313 can be tted with fog lights. These are integrated
in the bumper and equipped with a 35 watt H8 bulb. The fog lights
are activated directly by the onboard power supply control unit
J519.

To replace the bulb, rst the air intake grille and then the fog light
must be removed from the bumper.

Fog light bulb, left


L22

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Overview of light functions


The descriptions of the individual headlights specify which light
function is available for which headlight version.

Country road light


The country road light is an asymmetric light. It is activated when
a driving speed of 50 kph is exceeded. In models equipped with a
navigation system, the country road light is active unless the
system has detected a built-up area or motorway driving. With the
country road light function, the adaptive light may additionally be
active.

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Motorway light
The motorway light is an asymmetrical light which illuminates the
oncoming lane slightly better than the country road light.
The motorway light is activated if the vehicle exceeds 110 kph for
an extended period, and immediately if a speed of 130 kph is
exceeded. In models equipped with a navigation system, the
motorway light is activated when the vehicle is travelling faster
than 80 kph and the navigation system recognises motorway
driving.

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Main beam
The main beam is a symmetrical light. It can be activated by
operating the main beam stalk, the main beam assist function or
the intelligent light system.
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Adaptive light
The adaptive light adapts to the curvature of the corner depending
on vehicle speed and steering angle, thereby illuminating the
corner better. This function is active in a speed range of 10 kph to
110 kph.
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Town light
The town light is a symmetrical close-range light. It is activated at
speeds of between 5 kph and 50 kph in models equipped with a
navigation system if the navigation system detects a built-up area.
The adaptive light cannot swivel when the "town light" function is
active.

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Cornering light
The cornering light is produced by activating the G8 bulbs on one
side in the bi-xenon headlights with adaptive light.
The following conditions must be met in order to activate the
cornering light:
sharp steering angle and driving speed of less than 70 kph or
activated turn signal and driving speed of less than 40 kph
It is activated in addition to the country road light and the town
light.

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Intersection light
The light function "Intersection light" is also available for models
equipped with a navigation system.
The intersection light is produced by switching on both cornering
lights. It helps the driver to detect hazards from the side at road
intersections and is activated ahead of the intersection.

Intersection light

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The intersection light is always lit in combination with other lights.


It is activated in conjunction with the town light while driving in
built-up areas (see diagram below) and in conjunction with the
country road light while driving on country roads.

Cornering light

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Headlight range control


Manual headlight range control
Models with halogen headlights are equipped with a manual
headlight range control system. Here, the driver is responsible for
correct adaptation of the headlight range to the vehicle's load
condition.

The headlight range adjuster E102 is integrated in the light switch


housing, above the instrument lighting adjuster. It is supplied by
terminal 15 and terminal 31 and activates both headlight range
control servomotors via a discrete line.

Convenience CAN bus

Schematic diagram of the activation mechanism for halogen headlights

Terminal 15

Halogen headlight
(left-hand side of vehicle)

Left parking light bulb M1


Left daytime running light and parking light bulb L186
Left dipped beam bulb M29
Left main beam bulb M30
Turn signal bulb, front left M5

Discrete lines
Onboard power
supply
control unit
J519

Headlight range
control adjuster
E102

Headlight range control servomotor V48

Discrete line

Terminal 31

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Dynamic headlight range control


Audi A313 vehicles with gas discharge headlights or LED headlights are equipped with a dynamic headlight range control
system. Depending on the altitude and movement of the vehicle,
headlight range control servomotors V48 and V49 correct the
range of the headlights.

The headlight range control congurations described below are


available for the bi-xenon headlights and the bi-xenon headlights
with adaptive light.

Extended CAN bus

Convenience CAN bus

Schematic diagram of the activation mechanism for bi-xenon headlights

Bi-xenon headlight
(left-hand side of vehicle)

Discrete lines
Onboard power
supply
control unit
J519

Headlight range
control unit
J431

Left daytime running light and parking light control unit J860
Turn signal bulb, front left M5
Left gas discharge lamp control unit J343

Discrete lines
Headlight range control servomotor V48

Discrete line
Rear left vehicle
level sender
G76
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Convenience CAN bus

Schematic diagram of the activation mechanism for bi-xenon headlights with adaptive light

Bi-xenon headlight with adaptive light


(left-hand side of vehicle)
Discrete lines
Left daytime running light and parking light control unit
J860
Turn signal bulb, front left M5
Left gas discharge lamp control unit J343

Onboard power
supply
control unit
J519

Power output module for left headlight J667

Extended CAN bus

Adaptive light and


headlight range
control unit
J745

Private CAN bus (sub-bus)

Discrete lines

Discrete
lines

Rear left vehicle


level sender
G76

Headlight range control servomotor V48


Left dynamic adaptive light control servomotor V318
Left variable front lighting servomotor V446
Left adaptive light bulb L148
Front left vehicle
level sender
G78

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Extended CAN bus

Convenience CAN bus

Schematic diagram of the activation mechanism for LED headlights

LED headlights
(left-hand side of vehicle)
Discrete lines
Onboard power
supply
control unit
J519

Adaptive light and


headlight range
control unit
J745

Private CAN bus (sub-bus)

LED control unit


(Parking light and daytime running light / turn signal)
(Sidemarker with SAE1))

LED power module


(Dipped beam, main beam and cornering light)

Discrete lines
Discrete line

Rear left vehicle


level sender
G76

Left headlight fan

Headlight range control power module

Discrete lines
Left headlight range control servomotor

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1)

SAE = for the North American market

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Headlight range control in vehicles with wheel damping electronics


The AudiA313 can optionally be equipped with wheel damping
electronics. These vehicles have four senders for monitoring the
vehicle's ride height. They are read in via discrete lines in the
electronically controlled damping control unit J250.

The electronically controlled damping control unit J250 is a suspension CAN user and transfers information on vehicle ride height
via the data bus to the installed headlight range control unit
(varies depending on headlight version).

Schematic diagram of the activation mechanism for vehicles with wheel damping electronics

Headlight range control unit


J4311)

Data bus diagnostic interface


J533

Discrete line

Adaptive light and headlight range


control unit
J7452)

Private CAN
bus (sub-bus)

Headlight range control servomotors1)

Power module for headlights2)

Extended CAN bus

Suspension CAN bus

Discrete line
Headlight range control servomotors2)

Adaptive light and headlight range


control unit
J7453)

Private CAN
bus (sub-bus)

Power module for headlight range


adjustment3)

Discrete line

Headlight range control servomotors3)

ECD control unit (electronically controlled damping)


J250

Discrete lines

Front left vehicle


level sender
G78

Front right vehicle


level sender
G289

Rear left vehicle


level sender
G76

Rear right vehicle


level sender
G77

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with bi-xenon headlights


with bi-xenon headlights with adaptive light
3)
with LED headlights
1)
2)

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Tail lights
In the AudiA313 the light functions of the rear lighting are
distributed to the tail lights in the rear end and the tail lights in
the rear hatch.

A distinction is made between the following versions of the tail


lights:
Basic tail lights (in combination with halogen headlights)
LED tail lights (in combination with bi-xenon headlights,
bi-xenon headlights with adaptive light and LED headlights)
The onboard power supply control unit J519 activates the tail
lights irrespective of version.

Basic tail light


PR no.: 8SA

Brake/tail light 1

Turn signal

Tail light 2

Brake/tail light 3

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Reversing light

Light functions

Illuminants used

Activation mechanism

Power

Brake light
Tail light 1

Bulb W21W

100%
21%

21 watts
approx.5 watts

Tail light 2

Bulb W16W

31%

approx.5 watts

Rear fog light


Tail light 3

Bulb H21W

100%
10%

21 watts
approx.2 watts

Turn signal

Bulb PY21W

100%

21 watts

Reversing light

Bulb H6W

100%

6 watts

The tail lights are also activated if the vehicle is equipped with a
Coming Home / Leaving Home function. The rear fog light and the
reversing light are deactivated when the rear hatch is open.

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The rear hatch light bulbs can be accessed by a service ap. The
side light must be removed in order to replace a bulb.

LED tail light


PR no.: 8SK

Turn signal

Reversing light

Brake light

Rear fog light

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Tail light

Light functions

Illuminants used

Activation mechanism

Power

Brake light

9 LEDs

100%

approx.3.5 watts

Tail light

2LEDs with plastic optical bres

100%

approx.2 watts

Rear fog light

Bulb H21W

100%

21 watts

Turn signal

20 LEDs

100%

approx.3.5 watts

Reversing light

Bulb H6W

100%

6 watts

The tail lights are also activated if the vehicle is equipped with a
Coming Home / Leaving Home function. The rear fog light and the
reversing light are deactivated when the rear hatch is opened.

The bulbs of the rear hatch light can be accessed via a service ap.
LEDs cannot be replaced. If faulty, the tail light in question must
be replaced.

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High-level brake light


The high-level brake light is integrated in the rear spoiler and,
comprising a total of 48 LEDs, provides additional brake lighting.

The component parts of the high-level brake light cannot be


replaced. If faulty, the complete component must be replaced.
This is only possible after removing the rear spoiler.

High level brake light bulb


M25
610_067

Number plate lights


The number plate lights on the Audi A313 use LED technology
irrespective of tail light version. Both number plate lights are
clipped into the rear hatch panel, and each has two LEDs. As with
the high-level brake light, they are activated by the onboard power
supply control unit J519.

610_068

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Annex
Self Study Programmes
For further information about the technology of the AudiA313, refer to the following Self Study Programmes.

610_075

610_076

610_077

SSP 238 Data exchange on the CAN bus I, order number: 140.2810.57.20
SSP 269 Data exchange on the CAN bus II, order number: 140.2810.88.20
SSP 286 AudiNew data bus systems LIN, MOST, BluetoothTM, order number: 000.2811.06.20

610_078

610_079

610_080

SSP 609 AudiA313, order number: A12.5S00.93.20


SSP 611 AudiA3 13 Vehicle Electronics and Driver Assistance Systems, order number: A12.5S00.95.20
SSP 612 AudiA313 Suspension, order number: A12.5S00.96.20

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610

Audi Vorsprung durch Technik

Self Study Programme 610


For internal use only

Audi A3 13
Onboard Power Supply and Networking

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