My A3 2 tdi would not start at home and was recovered to audi garage who spent a long time trying to diagnose the fault and in the end they went for bad fuel
Drained and cleaned out all the fuel system and new filters car started ok and ran ok
They have mentioned in the report that it may have damaged the fuel pump seals and injectors but they do not show any faults just covering themselves
As anbody any ideas on if the " Contaminated Fuel would have done any damage to the Injectors or pumps seals Car runs ok and Audi can see any faults
20 litres was put in to the car at a Shell garage and aprox 20 litres was in the tank the Car had a 200 mile run on the motorway no problems
The fuel sample that audi took wa a dark colour with a slight blue layer at the top when stood " Not Petrol Mix "
I think the problem was when the car was stood 4 days the Diesel Seperated and that is why it would not start
Anbody else had fuel issues