2006 Audi A4 Quatrro

Asked by Jul 27, 2010 at 04:53 PM about the 2006 Audi A4

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can anyone help with this: i just purchased this car a few weeks ago and already spent over $2400 dollars on it! the camshaft, camshaft follower, and fuel pump were all damaged extensively thanks to AUDI engineering.

after getting new parts (no recalls yet) i now have an engine ligh, 4 codes popped up:
P0333, P0441, P0171, P0333 (again).

Can anyone tell me why the knock sensor circuit is noting "high input on bank 2?"
i hear a loud knocking from the engine, the more you accelerate the louder it gets, what is that?

2 Answers

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well, the knocking is why you are getting the p0333. not good. who put the motor back together when you replaced the cams? i would say that's the culprit. p0171: try cleaning your MAF with some MAF cleaner. probably the problem. p0441: check and make sure the guy who did an awesome job putting your motor back together didn't forget to attach any vacuum lines. probably nothing major. but i would say if your engine is knocking you get rid of it. I've got a 2002 dolphin grey 1.8T Quattro in mint condition w/ 75k on it I'll sell you for $9500. Timing belt was just done by me and i can guarantee you it will last years longer than your 06.

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oh, and Audi engineering makes a flawless motor. I'm sure it had nothing to do with the previous owners...

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