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If you would like to provide feedback/suggestions please post in here in the Store Feedback forum. ~ Community Support Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to Have you fixed yours? A problem that I had with mine that was causing a lean condition at idle was a cracked vacuum hose from the brake booster to the manifold. (I still have a Can't hurt getting a new temp sender anyways can it! his comment is here

Disillusioned Audi driver.Tawdry_Audi Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Back to Auto Repair forum 28 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Cancel Add your answer antonio will be eternally grateful. So I guess my car must have 2 sensors then. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Radiator Coolant problems by wenssi / August 20, 2015 12:09 AM PDT In reply to: Audi A3 Overheating/ Coolant problems Radiator problem http://www.audiworld.com/forums/audi-a3-s3-rs3-13/temp-gauge-stop-working-audi-a3-2006-a-2820610/

Audi A3 Temperature Gauge Low

by eeveleigh / December 6, 2009 10:23 PM PST In reply to: Audi A3 1998 Hi,My car (AUDI A3 2005 TDI) is doing exactly the same thing and the garage are NULL #2 Ian_83, Feb 27, 2011 CHRIS555 DOPE with added OCD Joined: Jul 4, 2010 Messages: 1,942 Likes Received: 4 Extremely common fault on all VAG cars - 99% sure it Useful Searches Recent Posts Garage Reviews Garage Reviews Quick Links Most Active Members New Items Competitions Competitions Quick Links Competition Index Rules, Terms & Conditions Parts Request Parts Request Quick Links If your looking at the front of the car, its on the right side of the engine and a bit under the engine cover.

Many cars end up with leaking heater core. Easy to see and get too if you remove the battery. Advertisement Greendubber 4,830 posts 114 months [report] [news]Sunday 20th December 2009 JKY said: Exact sme thing on my 1.8T recently - new thermostat and now sits at bang on 90 degrees.Same Audi A3 Coolant Temperature Sensor If you have climate control, you can view the current coolant temperature on there, which will give you an idea.

The check light could have been from a loose o-ring on the dip-stick which has caused a small air leak before (I had checked oil the same day) but the lack Temp gauge would not rise. Bagged 2010 A4 Avant, 2008 Q7 Reply With Quote 08-13-201207:15 PM #7 EvilBunny View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Veteran Member Three Rings Join Date Oct https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/25294/What+would+cause+coolant+temperature+gauge+to+stop+working A proper VAG tool (like the one from Ross-Tech) should be able to clear that as well.

Other garage diag'd the temp sensor, no change. Will let you know what I find. I presume:- Drain Coolant Find stat, remove housing and change Refill coolant (new) Run engine with filler cap for coolant housing to run any air out Is it that easy? I have banjo bolts so I thought they would do it for me.

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The first time I noticed it was on Friday night when driving home from work. http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?5370001-2006-Audi-A3-dead-temp-gauge-after-new-sensor-install If it doesnt, its probably the sensor. Audi A3 Temperature Gauge Low What is likely to be the cause of the coolant leak? Audi A3 Temperature Sensor Problems Got it home, left rear window will not go up, ended up being high resistance on window guides nothing broke.

Yeah' I've been reading about the coolant and will just buy it at the dealer like you and others have said. http://seesbg.com/audi-a3/audi-a3-rev-counter-not-working.html I'll try and check if the A3 has a similar setup. Last edited by 16vsilverstreak; 07-19-2011 at 01:28 PM. Also, I believe silver squirrel is correct in that the thermostat gets weak. 2006 Audi A3 Temperature Sensor Location

And yeah, I think the car has another warning light if the car is overheating? Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 08-11-201208:20 PM #1 yonip79 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Active And if it is the sensor or thermostat, where is the best place to get the parts? weblink This seems to be undocumented, and as to which engines in what cars play this game, who knows.

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Just follow the hoses down from the oil cooler and you should hit it.

rfisher 3,558 posts 194 months [report] [news]Monday 21st December 2009 My A3 Tdi has done this for about 2 years now.Initially a new stat sorted it but I think that was Thanks for the pointer. In the old days, a fresh thermostat was part of normal maintainance along with a coolant flush. :snowcool: Reply With Quote DLV View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Reply With Quote rambag3 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Member Join Date May 17th, 2006 Location Long Island Posts 1,573 VehiclesCurrent vehicles Audi A3 2.0T

Anyway, I connected it and secured it until I can get a harness connect replacement (which for some reason is rather high in price for what it is). cosign9114 Needs to get out more Joined: Jan 09, 2004 Posts: 141 Location: Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, UK Posted: Wed Oct 12, 2005 10:30 am Yeah the only problem I am having is Re: A3 Temp Gage Not working! #6 tornrick View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles View Gallery Uploads Stalled Join Date Apr 2008 Posts 4 Post Thanks / check over here Highly recommended.

I suppose a faulty ECT sender could cause a coolant performance malfunction, but far and away the most common cause is a worn out THERMOSTAT, which is a little spring operated Either not opening at all or always being open or opening too quickly? (I assume its not stuck open cause the car heats up and it probably wouldn't at all with Then there are the radiator hoses and the pressure cap, all functioning to aid cool the engine in one way or another. Mine was a little more complicated than a faulty sender though.

Register FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search Used CarsVendor Directory Search Audi A3 / S3 / RS3 Discussion forum for the 8L and 8P Audi A3 S3 and RS3 Sponsored by:Audi It was a gray, 2 pin sensor. My '06 is at about 89,000 and the thermostat began failing about 5,000 miles ago. Seemed a little extreme, but it works now.

I called him to tell him to stop pulling the engine apart, and to check the water pumps, as per a previous forum response.