Question about Audi Quattro
Obd all port stopped working multiissfi'e timing not being controlled by camtiming adjuster fuel consumption, terrible no power because valves timing is not working also it is a 2000 not a 2005
The easiest way to reset the computer is to simply remove the negative battery cable for about 60 seconds and then reinstall it but, the problems you say you have should set codes and illuminate the engine light.
If after 'resetting' the computers memory the car still runs badly, check the codes in the computer with a cheap code reader and then post them. I will direct you as to what to do.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think I can help you. I just did this on mine yesterday because my clock runs a few minutes fast each month. It was somewhere bizarre - sorry I'm not near the car to be more clear. I think I picked Sound, Settings and for some odd reason, it was there, rather than in Car, Settings. NOOO - it was in Tuning - click the AM/FM button, then Settings. I've only had it for a few months, but you'd think I'd have that one figured out due to re-setting it.
Posted on May 07, 2009
SOURCE: audi a4 2.8 quattro idle valve
there is no carburetor on these cars , the idle air control valve is an easy thing to change it is on the passenger side near the firewall on the back of the engine buy the new one so you know what it looks like it has a wire connector on top 2 bolts and a gasket behind it just unhook it unbolt it remove the old gasket install the new one with the new gasket and plug it in simple there is no sealer required
Posted on May 09, 2009
You're going to have to figure out what's causing the misfire. The car is almost 10 years old, so change the plugs to start with. If you still have a misfire, go to auto zone and have them pull the codes to find out which cylinder is the issue. Then figure out fuel or spark? Coil or injector? Was there a lean code? Check for a vacuum leak. Change the fuel filter and air filter for maintanence. The cruise control may be another issue.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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