20 Most Recent 2001 Audi TT Questions & Answers


bad wiring or faulty fuel pump

2001 Audi TT | Answered on Mar 08, 2017


If you know someone with VCDS (diagnostic software and adapter), maybe a module is coded wrong, and 'phone' needs to be removed in the coding.

2001 Audi TT | Answered on Feb 03, 2017


Fault code P1297 may be set if the car is driven under load or revved up and then returned to idle. Fuel mixtures may go lean as well. If these symptoms occur, check the pressure relief valve in the crankcase breather system. If the valve is NOT moving freely, you found the problem. Replace it.

2001 Audi TT | Answered on Aug 24, 2016


You pull the cluster out and have it rebuilt. Check online for repair facilities, there are lots of the. They will supply removal instructions on request and a shipping container t send it in, turnaround is about 10 days.

2001 Audi TT | Answered on Aug 17, 2016


Model make engine variant

2001 Audi TT | Answered on Apr 17, 2016


Hi Jill, you have been very busy maintaining your TT!

120Nm/89 ft-lbs is OEM as per Bentley Service manual...I believe it is also in the owners manual.

2001 Audi TT | Answered on Dec 30, 2015


You are right in attempting to screw the caliper piston back in! But you will need a special tool to assist you though, it locates into the 2 holes in your caliper piston and it will look similar to the one in the picture:
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2001 Audi TT | Answered on Dec 30, 2015


Start with scan. Sounds like fuel filter or pressure regulator. Check vacuum and throttle body. O2 sensor,

2001 Audi TT | Answered on Nov 14, 2015


  1. Turn on radio. The radio display shows "SAFE".
  2. Press the FM2 and RDS buttons simultaneously and hold until "1000" shows on the display. Release the buttons. Do NOT press these buttons again, otherwise the radio will consider "1000" to be the code.
  3. Use Preset buttons 1 ... 4 to enter the four-digit code number from your radio card. Preset button 1 corresponds to the first digit, Preset button 2 corresponds to the second digit, etc. Each press of the button increments the number by 1.
  4. Once the code shown on the display is correct, press the FM2 and RDS buttons simultaneously and hold until the word "SAFE" appears in the display, then release the buttons.
  5. The radio should unlock and be usable shortly afterwards.
  6. If an incorrect code is entered, the word "SAFE" appears, first flashing and then continuously. You can repeat the above steps to unlock the radio once more, the number of attempts will be shown in the display. If an incorrect code is entered again, you radio will be locked for about one hour. After one hour - the radio must stay on and the key must remain in the ignition lock - if the display goes out, the you can repeat the above procedure to unlock again. The cycle - two attempts, one hour lock-up - still applies.

2001 Audi TT | Answered on Jul 16, 2015


either the brake pads are worn down and its the warning light ,or its the ABS l throwing up the brake pad sensor light but with this the brakes seem to judder when stopping at a higher speed ,have this fault to sort out on my XJ6 sovereign jaguar but after living in spain 28yrs its a manana (tomorrow) job too hot now at this time of year

2001 Audi TT | Answered on Jul 11, 2015


Yes it is complicated, You remove as much of the dash cowling as necessary to be able to then remove the gages as one unit from the dash then remove the bulb from the back of it if it is visible but if not then proceed to disassemble the gage cluster to get at the bulb. Enjoy yourself

2001 Audi TT | Answered on Jun 12, 2015


Most often a bulb out. Disassemble instrument panel, match and and replace bulb form auto parts store.
If bulb is good then replace oil pressure sending unit often located close to the oil filter, on the engine block.

2001 Audi TT | Answered on Jun 07, 2015


Oil an filter have nothing to do with engine light . The light is for the OBD2 emission standards , you car is polluting 1.5 times greater then the EPA allows . If the light is on there are DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes stored in the PCM / ECM -engine computer ! This is in America an it sounds like you mite be in the UK . We don't talk like that over here , fitted a new oil filter ! We would say put on or installed a new filter ! If in fact you are in the UK the light being still means there is a problem an a DTC is set .

2001 Audi TT | Answered on Jun 01, 2015

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