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can get very hard to get at - pretty much the same for all GM vehicles - search for how to do it in YouTube.

Buick Cars &... | Answered Yesterday

IIf the vehicle is front wheel drive and now Quattro than then the transmission range sensor is located inside the transmission and is part of the mechatronics unit (valve body). If the vehicle isn't Quattro then the transmission range sensor is bolted to the drivers side of the transmission where the cable connectors to the shift lever. When these range sensors go bad that will cause the flashing or solid PRND light on the cluster.

Audi A4 Cars &... | Answered Yesterday

It is located inside the transmission it may be able to be tested from the connector on the side of the transmission though if you have the SDC code for the sensor it will be g-something like G182 for example and looking it up on the wiring diagram for the transmission.

2002 Audi A4 | Answered Yesterday

Could be any number of thing's . Does it start back up right away ? When does it do it ,after driving awhile when the vehicle is warmed up . Or cold ? Checking engine light lit , any DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes stored ?

Cars & Trucks | Answered Yesterday

Those are known to stretch the timing chains once they get up in miles to the point where the engine goes out of mechanical crankshaft to camshaft timing enough not start. In order to confirm this is the issue a person would have to turn the crankshaft to cyl. 1 top dead center and see if the camshaft timing marks line up where they should. I can elaborate if this is something you'd like to do yourself.

2003 Volkswagen... | Answered Yesterday

Yes a very complex one too. There is no reset per se, Did it just not start or power up the cluster one day randomly?

Volkswagen... | Answered Yesterday

This is a car and truck forum. Best to repost in another forum, but putting gauges on the system will tell you a lot.

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This is a car and truck forum. Best to repost in appliances. You can always contact the manufacturer for parts and support.

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year, make, model, and engine size

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