Question about Audi TT
Most turbos get their lubrication from engine oil. If the car got low enough on oil for the light to come on, there is a good chance the bearings in the turbo are "fried".
Does the engine make any unusual noises (knocking, rattling, etc.?). You may have run low enough on oil to not only ruin the turbo bearings, but also damage engine bearings.
This is probably a good candidate for a visit to your local mechanic.
I realize this is all somewhat vague, but within the limits of the info provided, it's about the best I can come up with.
If it does become necessary to visit a local mechanic, ask around (friends, co-workers, etc.) for any recommendations they might provide.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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