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AUDI A6 2.4 GEARBOX TRIPTRONIC

GEARBOX. OIL PIPE BURST THE CAR IS NOT SELECTING
MANUAL 2.4 A6 TRIPTRONIC.

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  • colmain44 Nov 03, 2008

    my car is jump in and out of gear

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SOURCE: audi a6 avant 2001 owners manual

I have me radio code, BUT on the screen it says SAFE.
Is there anyone who can tell me what i have to press on the radio to type in that code?

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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SOURCE: Oil questions for 2003 Audi A6 Quattro

oil type is either 5W-30W or 10W-30W depending how cold your climate is, as far as having the car properly taken care of, the Audi dealer is the best option, they have all the proper tools and service info needed to keep the car in top running condition.

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

onyeredson
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SOURCE: Oil leak

Hello Pierre,
A little more detail may help me on this one, however this sounds like possibly your power steering pipe? both these use auto trans fluid it is reddy brown in colour and viscosity (Thickness) watery.
If this is the pipe, check the fluid reservoir it should have either a Yellow top with power steering or a steering wheel diagram on it.
If full then please give me more information as to location on engine where pipe comes from and goes too as nowadays engine oil is usually internally dispersed. Only oil cooler pipes possibly? will go to a finned type radiator usually near the front grille of the vehicle.
I hope this points you in the right direction as I'm thinking of giving this help up as very hard to remain on top slot when loads of questions responded to and no replies.
Good Luck,
Paul 'W'
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Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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SOURCE: AUDI A6 SIX SPEED TIPTRONIC

I have been having similar problems. The clutch is slipping as thats how you get the variable gears when in full auto, but this is where the problem comes from, some garages (auto gearbox specialists) are now able to fix it. Do not go to Audi as all they do is replace the gearbox (very expensive). There is no quick fix though! Sorry for the bad news!!

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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SOURCE: Reset the clock on 2001 Audi A6

I HAVE A AUDI A4 2002 AND TO SET THE CLOCK YOU PRESS THE MODE BUTTON ON THE DASH THEN PRESS + OR -- TO SET THE RIGHT TIME OR DATE....HOPE I WAS OF SOME HELP TO YOU....

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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