Audi Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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What happens and causes this fault here is the fuel level sensor/sender itself.The sensor fails ( which is attached to the fuel pump) and causes this issue here.On some models you can get the fuel level sensor separate from the fuel pump and only have to replace the sender but the pump has to be removed to do this.On other models though you cannot get this sensor separate and the pump assembly has to be replaced.This looks to be the case in your model here with the entire pump needing replaced.
You can check with a local parts store or dealers parts department to see if they sell just the sensor.If they do then ask the shop/garage to just replace the sensor if you want.
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Unfortunately my info isnt listing a part number for this here myself.You can though however take your vehicles VIN/Identification number and contact a dealers parts department and they can give you the part numbers at no charge as well as tell you if you can get just the sensor.
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