Question about 2001 Audi A6
Posted by Anonymous on
it could well be the air mass sensor, try cleaning it with carb cleaner, this often works
the other thing is, as you have had the timing belt done the crankshaft sensor may be at fault causing a slight missfire internitently, other option would be the camshaft sensor.
you should normally get a code for the air mass sensor but if the fault is not constant then it might just evade you. Lastly does this car have the EGR valve, some do some do not ??
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