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A good place to start is the brake light switch.
There are 2 circuits in there: 1 for the brake lights and the other for the car computer (ESP, Engine brake etc...)
If the brake switch has an intermittent fault, the EPS light may come on and the car may run rough until you stop the vehicle and remove the key. It then re-set itself until the next time you are using the brakes and the fault appears again.

2000 Audi A6 | Answered on Feb 29, 2020

You have a open maxi fuse or a fuseable link you will need to start at the battery terminal and look for a open fuseable link,from there inspect the starter for a open fuseable link, the inspect the engine junction fuse box for any open maxi fuses

2000 Audi A6 | Answered on Jul 21, 2019

if the temp gauge does not return to zero with cold engine then the problem is going to be a gauge/instrument pack fault

2000 Audi A6 | Answered on Feb 19, 2018

generally is located on air delivery pipe

2000 Audi A6 | Answered on Jan 27, 2018

Ok the AUDIS and VWS have micro switches in the door latches and the drivers side may be stuck or shot try unlocking the passenger side with a key. You can also try the driver side with a key. If you can get the doors open them and get your battery disconnected both cables put key in ignition and turn it to the run position the hook your battery back up while the key is still on. That should disable the alarm till you lock the doors again.

2000 Audi A6 | Answered on Nov 30, 2017

you need a professional mechanic locally to help you fix it

2000 Audi A6 | Answered on Nov 07, 2017

It sounds like the throttle body position sensor has gone out on you. If you look at the throttle body you will see a small sensor off to one side that has an electrical connector. Ensure it is plugged in. If it is then you may want to replace it. It is quite a simple repair.

2000 Audi A6 | Answered on Oct 25, 2017

Replace the transmission housing is what I would do.

2000 Audi A6 | Answered on May 18, 2017

it sounds like the person may not have torqued the bolts properly

2000 Audi A6 | Answered on Apr 09, 2017

I would agree sounds like a faulty switch, its a cheap part just change it. However why are you changing your oil every 40 day?? 10-12,000 miles is more than sufficient. Changing oil too often is actually bad for your engine!

2000 Audi A6 | Answered on Apr 08, 2017

Referencing oxygen sensor or O2 sensor or 'lambda sensor':

B1S1 is 'bank 1', which is the passenger side cylinder bank on a V6 or V8.

S1 is the 'upper' or 'upstream' sensor, closest to the cylinder.

2000 Audi A6 | Answered on Feb 03, 2017

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