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I bought a 2000 tt quattro

I need to know the name of the part that the service light and low fuel warning is called

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The service light is a light that comes on for many reasons oil change vaccum line off,tuneup, low fuel is the car is low on gas or the sending unit is sticking if it is put an half tank of gas in the car and then add some stp gas treatment and then fill it up and see what happen.

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I have a 2002 Audi TT Quattro. Recently my oil warning light started flashing and does not go off. The oil level is fine. Any ideas what could be causing this


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