ekellock at gmail.com
Tue Jan 22 14:44:38 PST 2008
In my 91 V8, the instrument cluster has several issues common to V8
IC's and one of them causes the oil gauge needle to peg when I turn
off the ignition.
The V8 IC is very different "behind the curtain" than a 200q IC, but
they all seem to suffer from some circuit board issues that cause
weird stuff to happen.
IC issues fall down the list of priorities depending on the specific
nature of the issue and whatever else is going on. This particular
one, the needle position without the engine is running, would rank
fairly low for me unless it was the only thing happening at the time.
With 7 Audis, that is essentially never the case.
On 1/22/08, Matthew Barrett <avenger0017 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I agree with Ed as well, I don't really think the needle's initial
> position means all that much. It's more that I'm curious why it would
> randomly change from showing 5 bar, to showing 1 bar and telling me the
> oil is low when, in reality, it has a full crankcase of oil.
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