Hello. I have a 1992 Audi 100 CS Quattro wagon with automatic transmission. I am stranded out of state with no Audi Dealership.....I need help to get home!!! Here is the problem. My anti-lock off light was lit on the guage cluster. In this model, it has a switch on the dash that lets you turn on or off this feature. At any rate, I pressed the switch and observed a large flash or surge. Naturally, it had blown a few fuses in the fusel panel. I replaced them (2) with new ones. I thought my problem was solved until I started back on the road. My transmission will not shift!!!!! It seem to be in the "limp mode". I have double checked every fuse I can find in the car...All or okay. My questions is......Could it be a relay, or is the controller shot? If a relay is possible, please let me know witch one. I will order a manual ASAP!!! Any help woud be greatly appreciated.
It looks like you've done just about all you can do, given the circumstances. There is no fused electrical connection to the TCM; those two fuses (S7 & S8) are for the automatic transmission console light switch-over relay (J307).
The next step is to find a shop with a scan tool that can access the automatic transmission system. The TCM is accessed througth address word 02. Keep us advised.