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Why is the glow plug light flashing on my audi a4 when driving can anyone please advise thank you

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ELECTRONIC STABILITY PROGRAM ( ESP) LIGHT FLASHES TO INDICATE UNSTABLE DRIVING CONDITIONS....WHICH WILL ALSO COME ON IF YOUR ENGINE IS MISFIRES.. CHECK THE COILS AND SPARK PLUGS FIRST THEN GO FOR FUEL..INJECTORS...FUEL FILTER CHOKED..HOPE I WAS OF SOME HELP TO YOU..

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Check up the glow plug relay placed inside left bottom area near clutch pedal. It is no.4 relay from left to right. Verify also all electrical cables. In most cases the glow plug relay is out of order.

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