Question about 2005 Audi A6
My Audi A6 2005 2.0 TDI fuel gauge developed a fault the other day. it was on half a tank the day before. When I started the car it did not move from empty. After filling the tank to ensure what was in the tank (about half) the gauge gradually moved up towards the full mark over 30 minutes or so. Please advise what could have caused the fault. I am now keeping my eyes on my mileage and don't trust the gauge just in case.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuel gauge shows empty
The electrician could be right, I too am an electrician, and my best guess for this is the wireing, make sure all wires leading to and from are in tip top shape. Any electrician can do this, Kragen does it for free I think, and Auto Zone might do it too. But it could be a ground wire, i had a similar situation but it was with my fuel pump. ground wire was worn and lost continuity.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
OK more information is needed on the leak.
EXACTLY where do you see it? Inside or out side? What color is it? Dose it have an smell to it?
Now on the light, What light or symbol is lit, get a photo if needed?
A leak in the center of an Audi is generally the AC condensation drain so this is why I need more information. The 2 may be not related.
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
SOURCE: audi a6 wont start
HI,COULD BE ONE OF FOUR THINGS,1-PUMPS DO BURN OUT TRY A 12V DIRECT FEED TO TEST 2-FUSE? 3-FUEL PUMP CUT OFF SWITCH ,IF FITTED NEEDS RESETTING .4-FUEL PUMP RELAY GONE (COMMOM) THANKS.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
IF YOU DON,T KNOW WHERE THE OIL&AIR FILTER ARE.IT WOULD BE BETTER FOR YOU TO TAKE THE CAR TO A LOCAL GARAGE AND GET THE WORK DONE THERE PLUS REPLACE THE OIL.WILL NOT COST MUCH.(GET A PRICE FIRST)..JUST KEEP BACK FROM AUDI DEALERSHIP GARAGES COST TO MUCH MONEY..
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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