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To check if it's the switch or not... put the ignition on and unplug the connector from the tranny... jump the two female spade connectors together on the plug and the light should come on. If not then the issue is somewhere else
The Audi Data Link Connector (DLC) is a 16pin connector (2 rows of 8pins) plug, located either under the dashboard (above the driver's knee) or on some Audi models, inside the centre console (between the seats).
Looks something like this:
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On that year a4 and a6 there is no low side charging port. (sucks) The way you charge those systems is by evacuating all of the refrigerant, then with the vehicle off, add the correct amount of refrigerant to the high side port (turning the compressor over by hand occasionally)
This is common in the audi cars. It may be that your ABS module is failing or the the connector to the ABS pump located in the engine compartment on the drivers side, with black metal lines going into it. Their is a large black connector that sometimes needs to be unplugged and cleaned and plugged back in