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One non-electronic thing both lights have in common is the communal earth connection. It's nice if that is the cause (no real cost).
You might be able to test it - use a patch lead from the battery's earth terminal (-) to a good earth point on one of the light clusters. If it then works you know that the cluster is NOT otherwise getting a good earth.
Hope this helps.
Mike

2005 Audi A4 | Answered on Nov 08, 2018


If both front indicators fail and power is available - my first thought would be what they have in common - and that is the earth connection (neutral). Try a patch lead to the bulb's earth connection from a good earth (the battery - terminal). If the bulb then works you know it's the earth.

If not confirm there is power going to the bulb - use a multi-meter or an external bulb linked to a good earth.
Now you will KNOW there is power going to the indicator unit and the problem is after that - most likely a poor communal earth.
Hope this helps.
Mike

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Nov 08, 2018


The most likely point of entry for water would be the air intakes (usually just in front of the screen) combined with leaves etc which can enter too - could cause problems.
Check and clean out - plus is the overflow pipe, in it, is it blocked?. I have used an airline to clear an overflow in the past. Wiser to use bicycle pump etc.

If water has entered the carbs this way, there may now also be corrosion etc in carbs. A few shots of RedX might help there.
Hope this helps.
Mike

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Nov 08, 2018


I have a TT. The book says manual key entry should work. Have the deadlock bolts stuck? If the door has been impacted it could be the reason.
Sorry I can't be more helpful.
Mike

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Nov 08, 2018


dont quote me on this as i havent done one but i thinjk you have found a way to by pass the immobilisor .This is what i suspect that the key is not being picked up by the transponder ...But in all honesty i just dont know with my head under bonnet and hammer in right hand .

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Nov 07, 2018


Well first of all you have to check the plug on the G336
is black potentiometer on the sideways of your intake manifold.

then you have to find the small black cylinder (vacum) that has a black plastic connector to your intake manifold to see if moves or stuck. you have to make negative pressure (vac) to check.


possible fault G336 doesnt recognises the positions of your intake flaps or broken vaccum vavle that opens the flaps or broken flaps (manifold complete)

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Nov 06, 2018


dealership time.. You might need reflash

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Nov 06, 2018


Go to the given link i think you will get the help you want http://toolsnyou.com/

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Nov 06, 2018


have scanned for any trouble codes will need to narrow it down to spark or fuel problem --try starting with starter fluid if fires have spark --check and test for fuel issues --no fire and then need to check sensors and ignition

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Nov 05, 2018


You need to take off the head off the k jetronic and clean the valve this will free the pistons to move and will get fuel splay to the injectors, I like the 5 cylinders engine all the best.

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Nov 04, 2018


Tale me the real world off epc, in the army thy like to use abbreviation and I heat it . I will help you if you give me the name.

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Nov 04, 2018


Maybe the the faults need clearing

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Nov 04, 2018


You may have disturbed the wires to the shift solenoids when you had the pan off. Using the old filter may be restricting the fluid flow so not enough pressure is building to operate the forward gears.

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Nov 04, 2018


Do you have a diagram for the fuse block either in the cover of the fuse block or the owners manual ?

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Nov 02, 2018


The upper coolant hose, or top hose, connects the engine to the radiator whereas the bottom hose connects the radiator to the engine, commonly to the water pump.

The top hose is the hot water outlet for the engine and is generally connected to the thermostat or similar housing.

There are variations in terminology and the best way of proceeding in identifying parts is to use a repair manual for reference or ask an Audi Parts Department to either print off a diagram or to email or fax it to you.

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Oct 31, 2018


Check the underside of the oil filler cap. It is white and frothy like mayonnaise? If so, the head gasket has failed.
Over heating can be caused by many things, low water level in the radiator and cooling system is the main reason, number two is a sticking thermostat.

Audi Cars &... | Answered on Oct 31, 2018


timing marks are on the cam and crank gears behind the timing cover

2004 Audi A4 | Answered on Oct 29, 2018

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