i have an aappointment with the dealer for Tue. Thanks for the reply. i will ask them about the VAG Fault Code reader.Originally posted by urq20v@Oct 28 2004, 04:45 PM
Does your dealer have a VAG fault code reader?Ask to see the readout so you know exactly what the problem is.If they dont have one,go to a dealer that does!
If the O2 sensor is faulty,replacing vac lines wont help! The O2 sensor has a heater element in it,this may be O/C,or the sensor itself may have failed.Anyway,reading the failt codes should show what the problem is.
No. The car ran fine. It just got annoying watching that c/e light. I had a dealer check it one time and the vag code came back saying the ECU had detected a misfire. The dealer asked me if I noticed when the light came on (at start up or while the engine was running). Apparently this misfire code is pretty common if the light comes on at start up.Originally posted by jgsheridan@Apr 24 2005, 08:16 AM
I have had a similar check engine light problem with my 2000 Audi A6 4.2. The light has been on for over 30000 miles now! Before the warranty ran out I had all kinds of repairs made but nothing solved the problem. The car is running just fine so I have given up trying to locate the problem. Did you have any performance issues when your light was on?