The details helps in narrowing down the search.
The diagnostic provided by Audi are very vague and complicated. I have checked through some of them concerning torque converter problems and they are varied.
Some are simple solutions requiring replacement of the trans fliud or checking wire harness connectors.
Others requires replacement of solenoids or torque converter.
When a fault is present, rectifying it is the best option. Continued driving could result in damages to other parts and you might end up paying more for repairs to others related parts that can be damaged by the malfunction.
Without the Diagnostic Trouble Code, it is not possible to say what can happen.
Monday, May 18th, 2009 AT 10:45 AM