A3 Cluster problems - the saga continues
Oh my god, I'm not a happy bunny. This might sound stupid NOW but I sent my cluster off to have the fuel guage fixed to 'a well known Cluster Repairs company in the UK', they said it was beyond repair I think (it was hard to understand the bloke) so they didn't charge me and when I got the unit back, put it back in the car, the engine wouldn't start because all the immobilser data has clearly gone (acts the same as when your key fob isn't programmed to your car).
Called them back, was told to turn the key and not start the engine to let it 'callibrate'. This had no effect so having to get a breakdown recovery lorry to take it from my house to the nearest Audi dealer where they are goimng to put in a new unit. The bloke at the Audi garage said that I was one of many in the last 6 months who had sent heir units away and lost everything. I know they are after the money at Audi dealers but I suspect he is right on this.
So, hot tip: DON'T SEND YOUR UNIT AWAY - put up with it or buy a new one.
I was planning on spending £500 for upgraded brakes and engine mapping but that's that down the bog for now...:puke::3sadwalk::sob: