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Is this an easy fix due to sensor problem or something more serious. When using height control for high the gap of 30 mm stays the same. The air compresser is working ok.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Audi a3 rear brake light fault
the dealer can fix this or any mechanic with a vag com interface, basically its a matter of programing the tailgate lights (both of them) to work as brake lights. the euro speck enables one of the other or both, same goes for the backup light. if you had a module replaced recently this could be the reason for the change, whoever installed it should be able to rectify this for you.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
The air suspension uses the same vent solenoid to vent front so that will be ok. The problem will either be the rear height sensor which mounts on/near left side of rear axle. Or the air suspension module itself.
I would suspect it is the rear height sensor,the link may have come unhooked or it may be sticking or just bad.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
sensor could be bad, telling the unit that it was too low so the comp just kept pumping it up??I think there are solenoids at each bag? really cant remember. isnt there a switch in the rear compartment to turn the susp off.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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