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- Subject: ur-q ver-temp
- From: Dave Eaton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 03 Dec 1996 22:12:07 +0012
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well there i was stuck in a traffic jam in my ur-q minding my own business and
listening to radiohead (loud) and i happened to glance down at the display
to find my temperature gauge flashing at me with the gauge [sic] to the far
right of the display. major panic!!!
i couldn't stop without causing major inconvenience to those around me and
giving audi quattro's a bad name so i switched the music off and listened to
see if i could near the fan. i could which at least meant that the fuse for that
was ok. the fan stopped too after a time and the oil temp was normal so i began to
suspect a faulty gauge.
the chevron gauge then dropped straight back to normal followed a few minutes
later by another (fast) excursion to the far right of the gauge.
anyone out there any clues as to what this might be? the motor is a 20v.