Question about 2005 Audi A6
My 2005 Allroad 2.5 TDI (5 speed tiptronic) is not changing up quickly enough resulting in excessive revving of the engine between gears.
I has been into my local Audi garage on four different occasions but they seem unable to help. - - They changed the transmission fluid on the last visit but to no avail.
Interestingly it worked perfectly until the car had it's first service.
Have you had the vehicle put on a diagnostic machine, does the car feel slugish, any lack of power, we have seen a lot of these vehicles with air mass sensor faults. When they fail they do not show a code but with the right scanner they can be seen not working. This affects the gearchange because the ecu does not have the correct data to shift. Of course it could also be the transmission is in need of overhaul. but i would take it to a good diagnostic garage first. It is not uncommon for the air mass sensor to fail after it has been disturbed or knocked in the workshop. we have never found out why.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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