Question about 2002 Audi A4
Then it goes away. Only around corners?
Hi I had the same problem, it turned out to be low fluid level in the brake reservoir...topped it up and fault went away. However, the reason why the fluid level was so low was the front pads were worn right down.
Check your pads for wear first, and check the wear indicator is intact, one of mine was flapping in the wind. If all is well top up the brake fluid. Don't forget when you do need to fit new pads you will need to bleed some fluid off. The best way is to open the bleed nipple while compressing the piston so any crud in the brake cylinder is expelled instead of being pushed back up the line and doing for the ABS system (it doesn't like rusty flakes bunging up its valve).
Hope this is helpful.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
You are going too fast or your tire pressure is off
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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