Question about 1999 Audi A6
U can put the clutch in but just revs , no gear at all
Sounds like it's time for a new clutch. Get it fixed as soon as possible, if you keep trying to drive it you can wear down what's left of the clutch and damage the internal plates.
Posted on Jan 08, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Audi TT
I am by no means a car expert. My experience is based only on past experience not just with my 2003 audi tt but other cars as well.
What you describe may be your transmission slipping. You should have it checked out asap before you need to have the flywheel cut--I had that happen on another car and it was very expensive to have repaired.
My tt also has some brake problems which cause it to stutter when I get close to a full stop.
The best of all though is the recall of our cars for replacment of the timing belt--according to my dealer a $1700 job.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
one reason for stuck in 2nd gear its anti theft if u have remvd fuses and replaced it takes it as tampering and the computer has to be reset which costs at audi agents but i got from autoelectrician that if u disconnect battery for ten minutes then re connect it re sets the onboard computer i had same problem and ive done it twice with mine with success could be same with yours try it its so inexpensive
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
SOURCE: AUDI A6 SIX SPEED TIPTRONIC
I have been having similar problems. The clutch is slipping as thats how you get the variable gears when in full auto, but this is where the problem comes from, some garages (auto gearbox specialists) are now able to fix it. Do not go to Audi as all they do is replace the gearbox (very expensive). There is no quick fix though! Sorry for the bad news!!
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
I have a 1999 A6 2.8, and my car was doing the same thing. However, after spending about a $1,000.00 I took it to another dealership. they replaced the fuel filter, it was dirty from putting cheap 91 gas in the car. Once it was replaced the car ran like new. I had to replace it around 80,000 miles. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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