Question about 2002 Audi allroad
It feels as thou hit a large rut in the road. car has 88,000 mi. so far they have replaced the f/l axle, the torque converter all with no help!!!! we are now back $4,000 + !! now they want to install a new transmission, hoping this my fix the problem. we live in Bend,OR 97702. so far we have said no more. this problem happens every day we use the car, +- 10 to 20 mile use. HELP this started about 2-3 months ago. we plan 800+ trip in 25 days. this work has been done by German Master Tech, Bend,OR 541-322-9647 Lewis Friesen 541-383-5871
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you should check and see the batttery smart visor indicator (if applicable - see owners manual)
this may be that the battery has been drained and does not have enough power to rotate the starter. lights, dashboard, instruments light up ok as the voltage is there but the power (amperage) is low. please refer to owners manual on how to recharge your battery. bare in mind that removing the baterry from the care will reset systems (audio, alarm) and you wil need to recode them by using the codes provided with the car.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
If you are shuddering, it's the MAF or bad spark.
If you have no boost, it can be many things.
-Bad MAF (ebay has them for us$90, just make sure you get the exact p/n)
-Bad wastegate controller (N75)
-Bad wastegate actuator (the actual wastegate valve, or the vacuum controlled plunger)
-Bad or stuck Blowoff/Diverter Valve
My TT just had the weirdest of "no boost problems". it would throw a code, saying the wastegate was stuck open, and i would have no boost. If I disconnect the battery and reconnect after 5 minutes, i would have full boost; and everything would work great for anywhere between 20 minutes-10 days!
It turned out to be a dirty Boost Pressure Sensor (aka Thrust sensor). It is a $130 part. I finally found the location of it on my 2001 TT Quattro (AMU), it's just below and in front of the battery between the driver's side intercooler and the intake manifold, connected to a hard black plastic intake pipe. It is held on with 2 silver-colored torx screws. It has a connector that gets plugged-in facing the passenger side of the car. Once you pull it off, you will see it has a funnel shaped tip. I took it off the car and poured isopropyl alcohol (99%) into the inlet hole on the funnel shape. I shook the alcohol around and then shook it out. I let it dry, put some silicone grease on the seal, and hooked it back up. The car has been working great so far. If it starts having problems again, i am just going to throw in the $130 new part, and hope for the best.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
You have a bad camshaft sensor. It's located at the back of the driver side valve cover. Takes 20 minutes to replace. I had exact problem and this solved it.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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