Alejandro Ramirez: If your problem appeared in 2009, you are not part of the class action and
are free to seek any remedies, even starting a new class action. I
recommend you report your dealer and Audi USA to the Better Business Bureau
and take it from there, Scalate the claim. Perhaps you can start a new
class action and have hit the jackpot and don't know yet.
rickyeguizabal: dude this is happening to my car too. idk what it could be, i was thinking
it might be cuz i washed the engine and might have wet the sensors idk we
really need help with this...
Shady Assaf: Hey i want to know what's really the problem and how to solve it cuz i
wanna buy this car ????
moofaletta: This is a well know problem with the Audi TT model years 2000 - 2004 and
certain 2005 vehicles. The instrument cluster was defective. Although it
worked fine in my car (2001) for 8 years, when it began to fail as shown in
the video it eventually drained my battery on a daily basis. I had the
instrument cluster replaced by my Audi dealer at cost of $1300. Four years
later, I'm still driving the car and have had no issues with the instrument
cluster or battery drain.
jgm1234567: If you dont mind: I'm considering buying a 2001 audi tt quattro coupe.
120K miles for 8,900 dollars. 225 hp, 6spd. I also have the option of
getting a 5spd (same car, same hp, just 5 speeds) for 7500 dollars. Do you
think these cars are mostly reliable, or mostly UNreliable? the reviews
seem bad. So I cant make up my mind. How can a car be sooo horrible?
Sharmanultra1: has to be something electrical, looks like your car is idling fine, could
just be a bad connection, or a fuse going out.
makavelikilly: How can i remove the Instrument Cluster on my Audi TT? Any video?
Muhammad MAlik: Thats scary .. Have you remedied this problem yet? if so what route did you
Gavin Curtis: Flash CPU memory is corrupt and CPU resets. Problem will get worse.
ModuleMaster or ebay to find people who can fix it.
Vidriera Vitral: is the audi tt roadster more reliable than the coupe version?
MijitoPorQue: @moofaletta sell the car to the dealer and get a new one
moofaletta: I have since found out that there was a class action lawsuit regarding
defective instrument clusters on Audi TTs model years 2000 - 2004 and
certain 2005 vehicles. Unfortunately, the problem didn't present in my 2001
TT until 2009 - well past the filing date of June 2008. I've been told by
my local dealership that it will cost more than $1000.00 to replace the
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