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whine noise linked to accelerator position

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by styleinnovations, Jun 7, 2007.

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    I think it may be a boost hose or somthing but have no idea where to look!

    can anybody help?
     
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    Could be the turbo,quite alot of diesels make a whine noise,usually nothing to worry about.
     
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    Yeah i thought that but over the last 2 weeks or so its got a lot louder!
    just my luck as the warranty ran out 2 weeks ago!
     
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    Might be something to check if its getting louder.I would defo first check all the small vacuum type pipes followed by the larger boost pipes.
     
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    yeah thats what i thought, are they easy to spot once the big plastic bits are removed?
     
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    yes mate.
     
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    DOH!! ! !
    how gutted am I!,
    was on the way home tonight, minding my own business as usual,
    came off a roundabout, booted it (as you do)
    big pop and a bang followed by a total lack of power .
    into manual and coasted to a stop,

    After a long wait the Audi tech turned up and diagnosed either the turbo actuator or the turbo had let go :-(
    while waiting for the flatbed thought i would phone Audi and get a ball park cost,
    the deal is that you cant buy the actuator without a turbo, so its going to be nearly 2k! just to start !
    aragh! not what i need on a Thursday, just got in now after the long slow drive home on a flatbed
     

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