Question about 1996 Audi A6
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi my name is mike ! on your vehicle the change oil light has to be reset by a scanner with european software ,it will have to be done at a shop ,most every audi that we work on at the shop I work at has to be done this way ,hope this has helped you !
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
You need to have the car scanned to address the issue that is causing the check engine light to come on. The computer will reset the check engine light once the issue has been addressed and there is not more issues. The scanner can also reset the light but if the problem is still there the light will just come on again. Good luck and hope this helps, Auto Zone scan free of charge.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
turn signal switch most likely. But it could have a faulty flasher relay. the signals and the hazards probably have seperate flasher relays and possibly on different circuits so check fuses as well
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
I had a problem with rear left side signal brake and reversing lamps not working on my 2007 A6 2.L Tdi SE.( Intermittent fault for 2 months)
I think I have identified the problem.
The seal between the Lens and the bulb plate had allowed moisture into the lamp.
During sunny days the water evaporates and enters the multi pin connector at the rear of the lamp.
On close examination of the connector I noticed minor discolouring of the ground ( Heavy Brown Wire connector Causing intermitting lamp failure )
I expelled all moisture from the lamp and multi-pin connector.
I removed the neoprene seal from the lamp and refitted it good side up
I cleaned the ground pin on the connector with 600 grade paper and contact cleaner
I put a slight twist in this pin with long nose pliers so as to get better connection.
Lamp is working fine since.
Changing the bulb plate may also work
Great care must be taken when changing bulbs or this problem will reoccur
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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