We all have problems with our motor vehicle sooner or later, regardless it’s because you run out of gas, have a fuse issue, or your car doesn’t want to start, all these malfunctions often embarrass us and we are generally powerless to handle them. That’s why we tries its best to accompany you in front of these complications, and on this page we will make sure to show you how to lock your Audi Q7 with a dead battery? In reality, if you have no more electric power, you will not be able to use the central locking of your car anymore. We will first show you how to roll up a window of a Audi Q7 with a dead battery, and secondly, how to lock the doors of your Audi Q7 without battery.
How to roll up a window from an Audi Q7 with a dead battery?
So we will start our content with the solution to allow you to close your Audi Q7 with no power and more precisely the window of this one. It doesn’t matter if your battery is empty, or you have removed the battery, you will not have access to the electric controls of your Audi Q7, and therefore no longer have the chance to close the electric windows of your Audi Q7. Regrettably you don’t have many choices to allow you to close them, in reality, closing the electric window of a Audi Q7 without battery is hopeless , without energy you don’t have the possibility to operate the mechanisms of your window lifter, and whether or not you remove the trim of your door and try to reassemble the window manually you risk to break the motor of the window lifter of your Audi Q7. If it turns out, on the other hand, the window of your Audi Q7 is stuck while you have battery power, make sure you refer to this guideline to find a solution to your issue. Here are the only two answers that we can recommend, even though they are quite logical:
- Buy a new battery for your Audi Q7 and replace it , which will re-power all the electrical organs of the Audi Q7 and thus your window lifter mechanisms. If you are seeking to disconnect the battery from your Audi Q7, do not hesitate to consult our guide to carry out this action.
- Find a vehicle that has battery power and connect your two batteries with jump start wire to recharge the battery and allow you to close the windows of your Audi Q7
How to close the doors on a Audi Q7 with a dead battery?
And now, we will certainly go forward to the section that interests you the more, how to close Audi Q7 doors with no power, but this time we will focus on the doors of this one. In reality, your car may be out of battery in front of your house, you been able to open the doors and try to start it, but while waiting to find an answer you want to ensure that no one will be able to get inside. Regrettably, it’s pretty much the same issue as with the windows of your Audi Q7. Indeed, without power, it will be impossible to activate the door locking mechanisms. In some years you will have a push button on the window frame that you can press by hand to close your Audi Q7 without power, but this is less and less the case. So we will give you as before the only two solutions to allow you to close your car without energy:
- Buy a new battery and fit it to close the doors of your Audi Q7, or find one in good condition. However, you will need access to the bonnet to do so
- Connect your Audi Q7 to a running car to transfer energy and recharge your vehicle’s battery. This will at least give you enough power to close the doors of your car. If you have any questions about your battery’s ability to keep the charge. Make sure you close the doors of your car while it is still connected to the other automobile. Once you have finished this, you can disconnect your battery and close your bonnet
If you want more tutorials on the Audi Q7, go to our Audi Q7 category.