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Re: Electrical problem Audi A4
ELECTRONIC STABILITY PROGRAM ( ESP) LIGHT FLASHES TO INDICATE UNSTABLE DRIVING CONDITIONS....WHICH WILL ALSO COME ON IF YOUR ENGINE IS MISFIRES.. CHECK THE COILS AND SPARK PLUGS FIRST THEN GO FOR FUEL..INJECTORS...FUEL FILTER CHOKED..HOPE I WAS OF SOME HELP TO YOU..
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Same thing happened to me, sounds like one of the four coils has gone cost about £40 to rplace and ten mins to fit, no special tools. The trick is knowing which one. Luckly I had a mate who had a PC with a engine management program on.
Get it to the dealer or a specialist auto electrician and find out why the engine management light is on. That and the other warning light is telling you there is a significant problem with the engine!! Not dealing with it WILL cost you a LOT of money!!
there is a button on your brake pedal lever that while braking gets
depressed, and turns on your brake lights. Now this component is a
plastic piece that can get knocked loose rather simply. You either need
to re-secure this component, or replace it
(you can get this part at any junk yard for nothing more than some pocket change)