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Only issues I've had is with fuel gauge, there is a thread on here somewhere.
off the top of my head...... 1k?
Fuel tank sender unit....!
Can't tell you how much to fix as mine was still under warranty. Do a quick search on here and you will see my post at...
Only problem I've had is the fuel gauge not working....
It costs nearly £100 to fill from empty and returns 29mpg, I hope he likes spending money...
Yes it probably is. It's an 05 so the bumper will be different to the 07> Le Mans S-Line.
Have you tried disconnecting the battery?
I use 'sunshine kids' seat protectors. It protects the base and back.
Used for 2 yrs now and leather still A1.
It was under warranty so Audi's money..... :beerchug:
I also get the impression the sender unit is not of the 'float' type. I'm suspecting that it may be of a capacitance probe type system? Have no real...
Hi, this is how mine started out. It would only happen now and again at first, but after about 6 months it was pretty much u/s for 99% of the time....
Sorted.... Fuel tank sender unit was replaced.
Wonder why they went for the loom before the sender?? Anyway, all good now.
Last year it indicated intermittently, for the last 2 months it has read zero.
Went in to main dealer today to have the fuel tank wiring loom...
Is there a twist with these? Just asking as it has an electronic handbrake.
Do you need special tooling?
That's Mint..... :thumbsup:
That makes complete sense..... Cheers.
Thought that might be the case that the car monitors the battery but the battery provides nothing but 12v.
Are you sure? Why is this?
I've disconnected mine several times without any problems. What possible interface has the battery got with the car...
Moisture in a switch somewhere but can't be more specific.
Sorry I couldn't help.
Possibly leaving/coming home lights? Is it just the brakes of do fogs come on too?
Pirelli P Zero's from main dealer for £169 a corner....
Vredestein also cheaper but a very good tyre. £130 each for the back of my Beemer...