Question about 2001 Audi TT
Yesterday I noticed that the coolant warning lights flashing.On checking I realized the coolant level was almost minimum.I filled it up and drove home with out the light coming back on.This morning when I started the car the light came on again, the coolant level was low again.once againg I filled it up and before I could reach to work (less than half hour) the warning lights came on again.I read previously that the coolant sensor could be malfunctioning or maybe there is a leak.Any suggestions?
Audi TT's only take G12 coolant (vw/audi propriatary formula) you can add some distilled water to the water level to prevent the light from coming on, but as you explained you keep adding fluid (of some kind) and the warning like returns. that's a little evident that you have a leak somewhere.
put some paper towels or something under your car when you park it for the evening. when you come out the next day, pull the car away from the spot and look at the paper towels. if they have orange drops, that's your G12 coolant leaking. like McMuff460 said, check all the clamps/hoses for signs of the leak. if you don't find anything i reccomend taking it to a shop for them to check out. Your water pump might be on it's way out.
Don't ever put any other fluid other than G12 coolant and distilled water into your car's coolant system. It will cause some major issues with seals, leaks, and cooling performance.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
Hello what i would do replace the fluid level run your car with the heater on hood up watch under your car for any fluid leaking if so try to determin about where it is coming from one of the hoses could have a small hole or a clamps not tight enough the right way is with a pressure checker but this is the best way for non proffesional rule out all hoses clamps and over flow bottle leaks before you start replacing parts goodluck please rate thanks
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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