Question about 1996 Audi A4
The transmission should be totally sealed from rain getting in unless you were submerged,even then not really.What sometimes can occur although rare, is that in very heavy rain and slip conditions the controls and sensors for torque distribution and anti spin and lock can get a liitle confused and set off numerous fault codes.The system goes into limp home mode that usually limits revs and/or shift changes.I would first make contact with a garage or dealership that can successfully read your ecu for fault codes and clear them.Also does your speedometer and /or rev counter still function correctly,as a speed sensor fault can give a similar fault,but again it will set of a fault code.I hope this helps or at least will get us closer to a solution.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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