2003 Audi A6 Quattro Questions
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Is there a way to bypass the sensor for the key box to sence the key I have the key I lost the sensor box
the signal lamps on dash were constantly on and the headlight and tailites stayed on after I shut the car off. What is the issue and how do I fix it?
has automatic CVT transmission. Does move in reverse.Have a 0730 code.
has automatic CVT transmission. Does move in reverse.
Won't show what gear i'm in when in automatic and won't shift at all in manual. Pulls out slowly like it's in high gear and won't shift while driving. Someone PLEASE HELP ME.... I so desperately need it.
Is there a chip in a 2003 Audi didn't look it what alse you have to do when changing a ignition
I tried to time this vehicle but, when i install especial tool on side of block the timing marks on crankshaft pulley does not line up with timing mark on block. Also #1 piston is not all away to the top and camshaft tensioner passenger side is up all away, but driver camshaft tensioner is almost all away down.
Car start but it shows no compression on two cylinders on the driver side bank.
It does not seems the valves are bent because the caps are not loose. I got Mitchel1 step by step procedure but nothing matches to the direction it shows. Please help. Nicholas Wood.
Also is wearing my tyres out prematurely. I think maybe the stearing rac may need rebuilt. I need confirmation from someone who has had experience with Audi's in the past and who may have an idea on cost.
Car was running amazing. Shut it off in my driveway for a minute. I just got the car so i wanted to start it up again. But when i turned the key a weird noise came from the fuse area and won't even turn over. The battery is charged and radio/headlights, etc all work. I have no idea what the problem is. Serpentine belt does squeak btw and the warning light for washer fluid and dynamic headlight dimmer control not functioning appeared when the car was on. (just mentioning those) Also the malfunction lamp (MIL) and EPC light up when the ignition is turned on.
My audi has 141000 miles. The engine light came on and scanned as torque converter failure. That was 30K miles ago and two trips out west, including a tour of the mountains. The car runs and shifts flawlessly. I have a hard time believing it needs this repair. I clear the code and it returns within 20 miles or so....could the sensor be bad? Why does it continue to run and shift so well? I would love to get the light to stay off with out spending $6K on a trans and torque R&R it doesn't not seem to need. Am I just blessed to be driving it still? Or could this be a false code from a bad sensor?
Thanks for your help.
Like once u pull over after u been driving its a plastic burning smell on the outside of the car probably coming from under the hood im not sure any idea please comment back
daughter added wrong type of oil. is there another oil pump that can be used on this car.