Coming back from the putting some fuel in this dog i've recently bought (2.5Q) and as I was coming down a 'steepish' hill at about 40mph there is a sharp right bend, road condition was wet but not raining or surface water, anyway, as I turned right quickly without braking the car juddered (no acceleration/brake applied) like i'd hit a huge puddle and I noticed that my TC light was flashing away then stopped. Also I heard/felt the ABS kicking in. It came from the front left wheel.
So as I was driving along the straight stretch, no other traffic about, I started to throw the car to the right then left. Every time I threw it right, the TC light flashes and ABS kicks in on the front left wheel! Only does this when it's a fast/quick turn right on the steering wheel.
Anybody else ever had their Audi brake for them when turning quickly? My concern now is what if it just jams the brake on on the front left when driving along?
When I got home, I checked all brakes for heat and it was even, so it doesn't appear to be a sticky caliper causing lock up on wet roads....
I'm amazed and shocked at the same time.
Not done a VCDS yet. Will do that shortly.