Question about Audi Cars & Trucks
I already replace the oil pressure sensor and check all the fuses and still the same
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
NON-FSI PETROL ENGINES,THE SENSOR SWITCH IS SCREWED INTO THE OIL FILTER HOUSING,REMOVE THE ENGINE TOP COVER.UNBOLT THE COOLANT EXPANSION TANK MOVE TO ONE SIDE .THERE NO NEED TO DISCONNECT COOLANT HOSES.AND DISCONNECT WIRING PLUG FROM SENSOR.UNSCREW SENSOR.....FSI ENGINES REMOVE THE INTAKE MANIFOLD TO GET AT SENSOR....DIESEL ENGINES THE OIL PRESSURE SENSOR IS SCREWED INTO THE OIL FILTER HOUSING ASWELL.PRISE OUT THE CAPS,UNDO THE NUTS AND REMOVE THE PLASTIC COVER ON TOP OF ENGINE.REMOVE THE INSULATION BENEATH COVER (WHERE FITTED).DISCONNECT WIRING PLUG FROM SENSOR AND UNSCREW......BE PREPARED FOR OIL SPILLAGE.. HAVE A NICE DAY!!
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
The stepping motors in the gauges go bad. Do a search on ebay for CHEVY SILVERADO INSTRUMENT CLUSTER for cheaper repair options, dealer costs $300.00
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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