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My car won't accelerate seems there is no pressure its Audi A4 2006


Most of the time when an epc light comes on and you have no throttle response it's best to connect it to a bag-com but if you don't have one have the computer scanned for a check engine code remember just because there's no check engine light on doesn't mean the ecu doesn't have on in memory.. So if you do have a code like p1639 then you have a bad accelerator peddle

Nov 08, 2016 | 2006 Audi A4

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Why is 2001 audio overheating


Most Audi's over heat for one reason. Bad cooling processes and equipment.

what does that mean?

Audi Cooling system. Is under pressure... if hoses (heater core) are plugged or the thermostat fails or its a hot day and the cool fans arent running you are likely to experience the dreaded AUDI VW cooling issues.

First things First. Check the coolant and OIL level.

any white sludgey stuff in the oil (popped head gasket)
low oil.. could be over heating your engine.

Freezing cold day when it is over heating.. frozen coolant


Thermostat issues are hard to determine and So cheap to rectify...
ask yourself this? when was it changed last if not in the last 60 K and you are having an issue. REPLACE IT.. Now you can trust it again.


Over heating issues after replacing a thermostat or having a low coolant issues and you have filled it again.. its likely you have the double dreaded AUDI AIR BUBBLE.

I have worked out a few by letting the engine warm up and cool down repeatedly 6 - 10 times..
By WARM up I dont mean over heat and destroy.

Ever time it heated to normal operating temp the thermostat opened and moved some air around the loop.
when the system cooled i added a little more audi coolant to the tank and repeated the process eventually the bubles come out enough to drive.


be smart take it to teh end of the drive and back and check the temp, oil and coolant.
park it.. let it cool
next drive take it down the drive, to the end of the neighbors drive and back.. re check the temp, oil and coolant.. see the pattern?

DO IT.

lol It works for me.. Be patient. double check yourself before driving. Double check it again.. like you need to start the task from the finish.. you will be surprised the things you find you missed. : )

Cheers and good luck.

Jun 20, 2014 | 2001 Audi A6

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Why did i got this folt code


This may sound odd.. but check you're taillight bulbs.

May 13, 2014 | 2009 Toyota Highlander

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How to fix p2181 code


you did not say what car so I will give the obd-2 code reference It refers to cooling system performance===causes---radiator---coolant thermostat---engine coolant blower motor ( fan)ECT sensor.. If you have a heating problem then these causes will be close enough to give you some idea of where to look for the problem

Jan 24, 2014 | 2005 Audi A4

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On the dash , comes up as gear box folt , yet there doesent seem to bee anything wrong , driving very well , can any one help


You may not notice any problem but there is, you will need to have the computer scanned for codes, the computer sees a problem and turns on the light and then stores a code that defines the system that has failed or is out of specs,if theres a sensor thats bad the computer will use memory records to bypass that sensor to keep car going but i would have this checked out, a scan tool will be needed. hope this helps,

Jan 10, 2011 | 2001 Jaguar S-Type

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Getting OBD codes p0420 and p0430, how to fix these issue with my 2001 Audi A6


2001 Audi A6
EOBD code: P0420
Fault location: Catalytic converter system, bank 1 - efficiency below threshold
Probable cause: Catalytic converter, wiring, heated oxygen sensor 2 (downstream)

EOBD code: P0430
Fault location: Catalytic converter system, bank 2 - efficiency below threshold
Probable cause: Catalytic converter, wiring, heated oxygen sensor 2 (downstream)

Sep 14, 2010 | 2001 Audi A6

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Oil in the cooling system audi a4 1.8 20v over heating fault


if oil is in the cooling system you have a cracked head or a bad head gasket.

May 09, 2010 | 1997 Audi A4

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Lost radio code of audi a4 2000. could you retrieve the codes for me?


the code for the radio should definately be in your owners manual. vw and audi made sure of this. otherwise audi dealer should be able to help you get the code which is stored up in a memory base in germany. good luck

May 08, 2010 | 2000 Audi A4

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2003 Audi TT Quatro Coupe. The radiator cooling fan does not work. Vehicle over heats because the fan does not work. Replaced the radiator cooling fan motor and the temperature sensor. The problems is...


The main reason for the over heating of the audi tt is to do with the water pump. The propeller within the first type of water pumps is made of plastic. This was to prevent corrosion, however was never designed to last longer than 5 years. What you need to do is purchase the new style water pump. These new style water pumps have been designed with a metallic propellor which should resolve the overheating. Let us know how you get on.

Apr 21, 2009 | 2003 Audi TT

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1997 audi A4 heater blowing cold air


You probably have a leak in your oil cooler. This is causing the oil to bleed into your cooling system causing the "thick brown liquid". This in turn will also cause your engine to over-heat since the cooling system is contaminated.

Feb 25, 2009 | 1997 Audi A4

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