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That code is the engine coolant temperature (ECT)sensor. You may be low on coolant or you could have a bad sensor.

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Mar 30, 2010


Hello, dont mean to sound rude but double check to make sure your on the right screw. The screw should be towards the bottom of the oil panpossible at a slight angle to drain the oil. No special tools are needed normally a socket set will get the job done not exactly sure on the size. Try some locking pliers, lock it tight as possible around the screw and tap on the the handle with a hammer or somethin solid. I recently had the same proble with my oil pan screw thats how I got it off. Replace the screw once it comes off. Hope this is helpful.

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Mar 29, 2010


it is the induction side of things could be air filter or dirty sensor

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Mar 13, 2010


The Data Link Connector (DLC) for 1996 Audi A6 is placed in fuse box / relay plate. See picture below:


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1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Feb 07, 2010


Does the noise get louder or change tones when you change lanes (swerve back and forth on the road)? If so it is a hub bearing. If you suspect it being a tire rotating it from the front to ther rear should answer your question aswell.

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Jan 20, 2010


If they are the replaceable kind, hold the strut assembly in a vise and remove the cap at the top of the tube by turning it with a large pair of channel locks. Remove the old cartridge, drop the new on in and replace the cap.

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Jan 17, 2010


If only one brake locked up, (test by feeling heat), then it would be a caliper. If they all lock up, I would suspect a lack of freeplay in the pedal rod to power assist or rod from power assist to master cylinder.
But of course the ABS could also do it, but that is out of my league. You could disable ABS and see if it still happens.

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Jan 16, 2010


Since this is an OBD II car no timing adjustments are required, the timing is controlled by the computer. You can check it if you like but you will not be able to adjust the timing.

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Jan 06, 2010


likely the soda has evaporated and all that is left is a stickey goo
remove ignotion switch and run it undder hot tap watter this will disolv the soda and work once again

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Jan 04, 2010


urn on radio - the word SAFE will appear in the display. Press th P.SCAN and RBDS buttons simultaneously and hold them down until "1000" lights up in the display.Release buttons.Do not, under no circumtances, continue holding them down or press them once again. This will cause the radio to consider the number 1000 to be the input code.Use station buttons 1,2,3,and 4 to enter the code number on your Radio Card. Use the button 1 to enter the first number 2 for the second number 3 for the third number and 4 for the last number.Once you have entered the code and it shows on the display,press the P.SCAN and RBDS buttons down again simultaneously and hold them down until the word SAFE appears in the display.Release buttons. Soon afterwards a frequency will be displayed.

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Jan 04, 2010


either a dead battery or bad wire connections from battery to starter first check and clean battery connections if still not starting try jumping battery if it still click than you have bad connection at starter

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Jan 03, 2010


search MagicMechanic in orlando n send him an email -heez one of the best techs in the nation-sez if he cant fix it-he buys it

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Dec 30, 2009


Hi,

Take a Voltmeter and check the Voltage to make sure that Battery is Fine. It is a Good Idea to have it Load Tested. Did you try to Jump Start It? If not, try it.

You could have a Bad Starter. Replace and check, if that could Fix the problem.

Let me know, if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

Thanks for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Dec 19, 2009


how dark is your coolant look at the reservoir bottle if your coolant is real dark. there is a good chance that your heater core is plugged the coolant breaks down and causes the heater core to plug. If you raise your idle and the heat gets slightly better good chance it is that. also your water pump could also be failing hope this helps. good luck.

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Dec 01, 2009


bad fan temp sensor,tells it when to kick on and off. not too expensive to fix

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Nov 24, 2009


how do i reset my radio so it will work it is in safe mode

1996 Audi A6 | Answered on Nov 22, 2009

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