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Re: fuel cap light
You need someone with VAGCOM (the VW/Audi diagnostic software) to turn the light off. Try to find an independent Euro shop rather than a dealer, as they generally charge less. The previous owner of my A4 had to pay an hour's labor for them to turn off an airbag light (a 3 minute procedure).
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If they turn signal indicator merely turns on, rather than flash on the dashboard, this is indicative of a blown bulb on the exterior of the car. Check the fender, bumper and tail lights for a lamp that is out. If the turn signal lamp on the dash does NOT come on with a solid arrow? It could be anything from a blown fuse to a dead flasher module. Check fuses for turn/tail/stop light circuits in this case. If any are blown, replace. If the replacement blows the second it touches the panel socket, you may have a short in body harnesses. If it does not blow and you still have no turn signal indicator on dash, check/replace flasher module.
Most likely it's the hazard switch - the relay for the hazards and the turn signals is built into it. When they start to die, you will see erratic behavior with the turn signals and/or hazards, and eventually they'll both fail completely. Replace your hazard switch on the dash and you'll be good to go.