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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The best solution is to use a Vehicle Specific Wiring Kit, as these cars have complex electronics that do not like being overloaded, Also the car has towing specific safety systems (such at Trailer Stability Program) which only work if it knows it is towing. The car will need to be coded to recognise the towbar wiring and work the saftey systems properly after the kit has been installed. It's not cheap however, Expect to pay around £200-£250 for the whole job.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
SOURCE: brake pad llight on audi 2001 a6
In the past I had the same problem with new pads!
You must check up if new brake pads electrical wires are OK. Try as follows:
1. Disconnect only new brake pads wires from the vehicle electrical circuit.
2. Extract old brake pads wires from old brake pads.
3. Insulation wear cap from old brake pads wires.
4. Connect old brake pads wires on the vehicle electrical circuit.
5. Switch ignition ON and start engine.
Now the wear light must go off !
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Posted on Jul 30, 2009
sounds like a faulty oil level sensor i,v replaced them in the past you need to get it checked first because the sensors aren,t cheap
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
Not normally unless it is a well known manufacturer defect that they have done a recall/replace order on. For a vehicle that is 10 years old, it is not very likely they will replace it unless the vehicle has bumper to bumper warranty from them. I am sorry.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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