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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Coolant light on an AUDI TT 2000
It sounds like it is low on coolant. Coolant expands when it warms up so if it is just low enough to trip the switch when it is cold it will shut the light off when it warms up. You should be ok to just top it off but be sure that what you put in is compatible with what is in it. There must also be a leak somewhere in the system for you to have lost some to begin with. Depending on how many miles you have on the car it wouldn't hurt to have the cooling system flushed if it's never been done before. If you do get it flushed take it to the dealer to have it done. Explain to them the low coolant and have them check the system for leaks at the same time. Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
The 1993 90 instrument cluster is very sensitive. Even having bulbs out can mess it up. You should consider replacing the ignition switch. It is easy you can do it yourself, do NOT let Audi dealer's service tell you it's $500 to do it. You can get the part for less than 30 bucks on ebay. Undo the screws under the steering wheel, take off the plastic, take out the 2 screws on the instrument cluster, take out the cluster enough to see the ignition switch. THis is the tricky part: get a small screw driver and LOOSEN the small screws that keep the ignition switch in place.Replace. Re-tighten, put it all back and you're done.
Ignition switch is EVERYTHING in this car. Oh, do not by the switch with the pink plastic where the key would go, buy the WHITE.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Before you do anything else you are just going to have to read the codes. So buy the maintance book at autozone,locate the little juction box on the fire wall and jump the terminals with a little wire. Then of course sit in the drivers seat turn on the key(do not start) and read the blinks. Then you will know what the problem is.
Posted on May 06, 2009
The CEL means there is a Diagnostic Fault Code stored in the Engine Control Unit. There are 1000's of DTC's, so you will need to have it read by a Code Reader. Auto Parts stores like Auto Zone, Pep Boys, perhaps even Advanced Auto often will read the code for you; but by law they cannot clear the codes. Many codes do not cause drivability problems, severe ones will trigger the ECU to run in a Limp Mode, which would require repair work before any trip longer than a few miles. Hope this is helpful.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
you should stop driven the vehicle and get it repaired, The engine light flashing mean the emission problem is doing damage to your convertors.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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