Seem to be having some probs with my car atm, went for a remap a couple of weeks ago and it seems to have highlighted a problem that I may have already had prior to the remap.
I had a few probs with the remap which turned out to be due to the remap not taking properly and ended up being redone by taking the ECU out...
Before I realised it was this though, I replaced the MAF with a recon Bosch unit from GSF (yes, I know!!!) and fitted new Audi coil packs and Audi plugs to see if this would cure my prob. I didn't...
I have been back to Chipped UK today and they have done a stirling job tweaking the remap so its more progressive and ran some diagnostics too (many thanks again) however on the drive home and while not really thrashing the car the ESP light came on so I pulled over and restrated the car and it went off only to come on again a little while later.
I VAGCOM'd the car when I got home and got:
VCDS Version: Release 805.1
2 Faults Found:
16487 - Mass Air Flow Sensor (G70): Signal too High
P0103 - 35-10 - - - Intermittent
16712 - Knock Sensor 1 (G61): Signal too High
P0328 - 35-10 - - - Intermittent
Readiness: 0000 0000
Does this mean that I have a naff MAF and knock sensor? or just the knock sensor fault is due to a naff MAF?
GSF have said that they can't take the MAF back as its exchange and my old one is long gone. They can sell me anouther and then if the previous one is found to be faulty then they will refund me. I even called Parklands Audi and they only do exchange units too.
I am not really sure what to do next. Anyone got any suggestions as the car wants to go but when the boost kicks in there is a definate feeling of it holding back.
Thanks in advance