Many electrical breakdowns in the vehicle can be due to bad connections and also weak power fuses that aren't efficient in carrying major electric voltages; a majority of the units installed in your Audi needs electric power to perform or they will become entirely unusable. The specific electrical cables hooked up to the tail lights, radio, and the ignition switch, for example, would not be capable of carry tremendously excessive electrical voltage without breaking down; your Audi relay can do the function of moving these voltages so your bulbs and all the different devices works.
Hooking up a relay with a switch would be a relatively critical process when one does not know the way the connections function; you should seek a mechanic to plug those connections together so the power could circulate smoothly. Electric interruption will occur when the switch is not correctly connected; whilst flowing amid those connections, the power can get disrupted as the fuse overloads.
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