Question about 2000 Audi S4
Im assuming this be the 2.7 twin turbo? If so this has only got one coil pack instead of the individual ones for each cylinder? If so check all connections are good, none are green or corroded, if they are clean them with WD40. If this doesnt fix it I would assume coil. If ths engine has individual coils then possibly something more like crank sensor possibly an ecu fault. If there is a specialist audi garage near you i would take it there for them to try and diagnose it. They can quite hard to find problems with at times.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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