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Hi, when I got my A4 FSI, it didnt come with an owners manual, not needed it till now! Theres 2 buttons in the door bin on drivers side, theyre like window rocker switches with an LED on each to show its activated presumably. One has a sort of 'sound wave' icon on it and the other looks like a car tilt sensor? Just wondering what they actually do? Do they deactivate the alarm? Or engage it at a higher level of sensitivity? Ta :) and also if anyone happens to have an electronic copy of the owners manual that would be MUCH appreciated!? Cheers, Tom
 

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they are for deactivting the the alarm cabin sensor when need be, and the towing/ or when if the car is being transported on a flat bed for example sensor.

orther wise the alaem will activate.
 

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lol no worries mate, got the message across! yeah thought they might be for something like that, just didnt know whether they were an on button or an off button! cheers mate!
 

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You pull one or both of them out and they will light up to show that they're active. When you lock the car via the remote, the LED in the door will stay on constantly for 3seconds or so to confirm.

When you unlock the car, the system is reset to normal.

The soundwave one is handy if you ever leave a dog in the car but want to lock it, the tilted one is useful if the car is being towed somewhere whilst locked (as mentioned above)
 
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