I was about mile into my commute this morning and was woken up by a big red Oil Pressure Warning on my dash. Its on the 2.0 TDI 170 BRD engine... Pulled over, checked the handbook - to learn that I needed to check the oil, and if that didn't cure the issue. Do nothing, not even let the car idle Called my local independent VAG specialist, which was fortunately only a mile away, to be told it should be ok to limp round to theirs, which is was. Currently under diagnosis, although an initial VAGCOM check suggests no 'errors'. Apparently this is a common fault, which results in the need to either replace the oil pressure switch (£25) or a new oil pump (circa £2k inc labour). Separately had a chat with my Audi dealer, who quoted me '4 to 5 hours' of investigation - before they would offer a quote or diagnosis, but said if it was the oil pump (a big complex geared monstrosity) they'd also replace the turbo as a caution. (yeah, cause they would!) Just wondered if anyone else had experienced this - whilst I await further information?