Question about 2002 Audi A4
I would suspect this to be a very simple fix. It's probably a poor ground or loose socket. The plug-in for the light may be loose or corroded and need to be replaced or the ground wire for that light is not making a good connection. The ground wire needs to be taken off and cleaned up and put back on. It could also be the light socket itself that is making the poor connection and may need to be replaced.
While I'm not familiar with the cost of Audi repairs, this is a job that can easily be done by a DIYer so it shouldn't be overly expensive. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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