Question about 1992 Audi 100
I have a 92 audi 100 quattro wagon, about 108,000 miles. I am having a similar problem, I stopped at the store when I went back to start the car it turned over for a sec then died! I have tried it a couple of times but nothing! I have not had any problems with the car. I think it could be the fuel pump but I really have not idea? If anyone can help, please do!!~
Salt Lake City, Utah
Could be the fuel pump. If there is pressure in the fuel tank, such as on a hot day it is just enough to get the engine to sputter a few times but not keep running. Might also be the cam position sensor (left rear side of V-6 engine ). A scan reader tool would indicate that.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 audi a6 quattro wagon
No sweat. This is a periodic reminder that your car is due for some sort of servicing, usually based on mileage. It may say "service oil" or "inspection" or some other indication along those lines. This is not related to a check-engine light, which tells you that you have something wrong with your car. The inspection reminders are manually resettable with the small stalks on the instrument cluster, and are meant to be reset each time a service interval is reached and that service is completed.
On my A4, the reset is this way: with the ignition off, hold down the stalk on the right, by the odometer, and turn the key on (don't start the engine). The display goes to "------". Pull out on the other stalk to reset it. Turn the key off, and release the right-hand stalk. When you turn the key back on, the indicator should be cleared. It may be different on your A6, but try it that way and see if that clears it.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
tough job,takes almost a day,need to replace interior radiator,behind dashboard,need technical bok to help,if no technical doc,the it becomes puzzle,
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
Have you tried replacing the starter? I know starters can go bad if the car is not started or run for a long time.
I am getting the same car, with the same issue.. it sat for 2 yrs and won't start.
My mechanic told me it is probably a starter.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
Find where your fuel pump relay is and check for power there. Most alarm tech's and alarm system dis engages the fuel pump at there relay's.
Simple things to check is the fuse first then go for the relay and if everything there is working properly, it could be your alarm may have gone bad or your fuel pump it self.
Good luck and hope this helps
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
You have a bad camshaft sensor. It's located at the back of the driver side valve cover. Takes 20 minutes to replace. I had exact problem and this solved it.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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