I need help with my 1994 Audi 90. Recently my car was exibiting some signs of overheating and then I noticed some coolant in the interior so I first started by changing the t-stat.
When I changed the t-stat I had to remove all the guards and the serpantine belt however I did not have to remove the timing belt. I put everything back together again and now I have no spark.
I am at a total loss. There was no wireing near where I was working. I have gone through and checked all the vacuum and all the connections. I tried reading the engine codes by jumping the diagnostic ports and basically got nothing. I got the 2111 code because the engine wasn't running.
I really need your guys help i am at witts end here. Do I replace the crankl position sensor, the cam positon sensor, and or the power output stage sensor???
check the connectors on the fire wall, you may have wiggled the engine speed sensor off just enough to cause that issue...
and if the engine speed sensor is dead, your car will not start!
1993 Audi 90CS Quattro (loving it)
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I just solved the problem I had posted above.
Turns out, the crankshaft position sensor wasn't tight enough. (I had removed it earlier to use tool 3242 or whatever.) I just torqued that sucker down, and she started right up.
I see you've already checked that, but this was found on my second, more in depth check. It's just such a pain in the a$$ to get up in there.
Either way, good luck, let us know about your progress. Or lack thereof I guess.