Question about 2000 Audi TT
The light you are referring to is your ESP light. You should have a button above the radio that reads "ESP" Electronic Stability Program is what it stands for.. its your traction control. It is somehow directly tied into the MAF and if the MAF goes it turns off.
ESP, electronic stability control, keeps the car going where
you steer it. You might have a dirty ABS wheel sensor. Not always will the MAF trigger a CEL. But it can and will turn on the ESP light if its not functioning or plugged in. MAF can range from $80-$120 and Is easy to replace yourself. It is right next to the airbox.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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