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Filed Under (Audi) by admin on 15-09-2009
Check the following wire connection for open circuit according to wiring diagram:Relay carrier in E-box, plenum chamber, position 3Terminal Harness connector atignition coils Terminal 8 1 Specified value: Wire resistance max 1.5 – If necessary, repair wire connection. Audi A4 Sedan 2002-2004, Audi A4 Avant 2002-2004, Audi A4 Cabriolet 2003-2004 – 1.8 Liter 4-Cyl. 5V Turbo Generic Scan Tool, Engi…Page 5 24-158 If no malfunctions are found in wires: – Check voltage supply of Motronic Engine Control Module (ECM) voltage supply relay – J271 – Page 24-158 . – Check activation of Motronic Engine Control
Module (ECM) voltage supply relay – J271 – Page 24-159 . Checking voltage supply If specified value is not obtained:
- Connect multimeter for voltage measurement as follows. Relay carrier in E-box, plenum chamber, position 3
Filed Under (Audi) by admin on 25-05-2010
1. With the ignition switch in the OFF position, press and hold button A whilst turning the key to the ON position. 2. The message “Service OIL” will appear. If the message does not display, repeat step 1. 3. Pull out the button B until the message is extinguished. 4. The display should now show “Service —”, indicating that the SRI has been reset.
Audi Manual Service Reset – Audi A4 and A6 (1995 – 1999)
Filed Under (Audi) by admin on 24-05-2010
GEAR BOX CONTROL UNIT MODELS AFFECTED: Audi V8 from ’91 & A8 from ’94 FAULT: 018 gearbox the ATF cooler pipe connection leaks at gearbox. CAUSE: The ATF cooler pipe vibrates this causes the pipe adapter at the gear box to leak. SOLUTION: Do not replace control unit. It is possible to code with VAG 1551 with a workshop
code smaller than 655 36.
Filed Under (Audi) by admin on 29-03-2010
Audi A5 Sportback
This guide has been designed to help you tailor and price your Audi A5 Sportback quickly and logically. At the back, you will also
find information on CO2 emissions-based vehicle excise duty and other services offered by Audi, including Finance and Insurance. Alternatively, you can go to audi.co.uk and configure your Audi A5 Sportback online
Petrol FSI® direct-injection technology is a unique Audi innovation that was originally developed for the Le Mans 24-hour endurance
race to deliver more power and torque, as well as enhanced fuel efficiency. Precisely the right amount of fuel and air are injected into the combustion chambers, enabling the engine to ‘breathe’ more easily. It results in reduced heat loss and increased
output, with around a 15% reduction in fuel consumption and significantly lower exhaust emissions. We’ve also developed TFSI®, with either turbocharging or supercharging, which combines FSI® technology with forced induction – giving cars an
extra injection of power.
We introduced TDI® to the roads in 1989, marking a departure from the noisy, fuel-thirsty diesel engines of the past. And since
then, we’ve continuously refined it, recently developing common- rail technology. Under this system, a series of piezo injectors use
electrical charge to precisely control the amount of fuel injected into the engine. As well as reducing noise, this allows combustion to happen at a lower temperature, with less oxygen, which cuts down emissions
Filed Under (Audi) by admin on 25-09-2009
Audi has more models and engine choices than that Baskin Robbins has ice cream colours and flavours. There’s also the fact that one-quarter of Audi’s range is diesel and even here there’s a choice of five engines ranging from a 1.9-litre sipper to a 4.2-litre stonker. So it’s odd that Audi introduces a 2.7-litre engine to separate its 2-litre and 3-litre diesels. Why bother? Because it’s not just about the size.
Drivetrain and economy
The 2.7 is Audi’s latest turbo-diesel. Like the 3-litre, it’s a V6 but adds low-friction engine components and low-drag steering and oil pumps. Audi claims fuel savings of up to 15 per cent and rates the 2.7-litre turbo-diesel in the A6 at 6.4 litres/100km — pretty good for a big saloon even though this city-bound test recorded a more modest 8.2 l/100km.