Question about 2004 Audi A4
My 2004 Audi A4 3L died while driving on the freeway. Battery ok, fuel pump fuse ok, plenty of fuel.
I'm getting two error codes, P0130 and P0150 but, I have no idea what they mean.
Does anyone know the location of the fuel pump relay switch... I thought I would start by replacing the relay switch or fuel pump.
P0130 is 02 sensor bank 1 and P0150 is 02 sensor bank 2.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
The problem is not the relay switch the problem to me sounds like the fuel filter needs to be replaced so i wouldnt be messing with the relay switch because the relay switch would be harder to replace.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
Relays rarely fail on Audis. Are you positive the vehicle has fuel? I have seen many fault dash gauge readings, indicating full constantly. Also the sender unit on the fuel pump can give faulty readings, causing the same problem. If your not 100% sure its got fuel it may be worth just putting in 5 litres in and give it a go. If your sure it has, its back to basics, air, fuel and spark.
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