Audi TT MK1 Dashpod Warning Symbols: From the quick reference guide
Audi TT Mk1 engine warning light - this is the Audi TT engine symbol lamp which when illuminated indicates that the ECU has detected a fault within this system. It could be something simple like a fault MAF or O2 sensor or ignition coil, but without a correct diagnosis it is impossible to say. The diagnosis is very easy with our iCarsoft i908 Multi System Scanner diagnostic tool which will read out the Audi trouble codes, then allow you to clear the fault code which will turn off the engine management warning light on your dashboard.
Audi TT Mk1 airbag SRS warning light - the airbag symbol lamp on your Audi TT dashboard is a very serious fault and should be diagnosed as soon as possible. To diagnose the Audi airbag system it is very easy with the iCarsoft i908 Multi System Scanner kit. it will read & give a desription of where & what the fault is, and will clear the fault codes which will erase the dashboard warning light.
Audi TT Mk1 ABS warning light - the ABS symbol lamp when illuminated in your Audi TT signals a fault within this module and should be checked out as soon as possible because your braking system will not be working as it was designed to. You can diagnose the ABS fault yourself with theiCarsoft i908 Multi System Scanner diagnostic tool which plugs into your 16 pin diagnostic port and will tell you exactly where the fault is. The chances are the lamp will be on because of a faulty ABS sensor, but the VAG COM kit will clarify that. The kit will also erase the fault codes and clear the dashboard warning lamp.
Audi TT Mk1 EPC warning light - the EPC symbol lamp means that there is a fault within the engine of your Audi TT and should be diagnosed as soon as possible. The fault could be anything from a faulty sensor or ignition coil to a timing issue. To diagnose the trouble codes and clear them you can use the iCarsoft i908 Multi System Scanner which will comminucate with the engine module to diagnose. If you need any replacement sensors for your Audi TT you can visitwww.bavariandominator.co.uk
Audi TT Mk1 ESP or traction warning light - this is the traction control warning symbol lamp on the Audi TT and will generally flash when driving if you are over an uneven surface such as ice or snow, the flashing light lets you know that the traction system is working to ensure that the best possible grip on the road is trying to be acheived. If the warning light is on and steady it indicates a fault in this system. If you wish to diagnose the fault you should use the iCarsoft i908 Multi System Scanner diagnostic kit which will read & clear these codes & reset the light.
Audi TT Mk1 coolant temperature warning light - this coolant symbol lamp on your Audi TT is a very serious lamp and should NOT be overlooked as it could seriously damage your engine. Check your coolant levels and top up if required, also check for any leaks coming from your expansion tank because if your fluid is leaking it means the correct coolant is not working its way around the engine which will lead to an overheating engine which is very expensive to replace.
Audi TT Mk1 widscreen wash warning light - this light signals that the water/screenwash level is low and you need to top up as soon as possible to prevent your view being obstructed.
Audi TT Mk1 power steering warning light - the power steering symbol lamp in your Audi TT will light up if the ECU detects a problem with the power steering system. This can sometimes be an easy fix providing the fault is diagnosed correctly. If you want to give this one a try you will need theiCarsoft i908 Multi System Scanner diagnostic kit to diagnose which will tell you where the problem is, once the fault is fixed you can erase the trouble codes which will also turn off the dashboard power steering light.
Audi TT Mk1 oil level sensor warning light - when this symbol lamp comes onto your dashboard it is indicating that the oil level sensor in your engine is not reading the correct levels of oil and needs to be replaced. You can replace your oil level sensor yourself and you can visitwww.bavariandominator.co.uk for replacement sensors.
Audi TT Mk1 oil MIN warning light - the oil MIN symbol lamp will illuminate in your Audi TT dash if the oil level sensor is reading that the level is too low. You should check your oi level and top up as required. You can check our oil level guide for the correct oil type for your Audi TT.
Audi TT Mk1 'P' parking warning light - this parking symbol lamp will simply illuminate when the handbrake is in use. It will turn off when the handbrake is released.
Audi TT Mk1 glow plugs pre heating warning light - the glow plug warning symbol lamp will illuminate when you switch on your ignition. The light will stay on for a short while and only when the light turns off will it be safe to start your engine. This is not a fault and is simply a saftey feature. This warning symbol will only illuminate in diesel engines.
Audi TT Mk1 electronic immobiliser warning light - the immobiliser symbol lamp will illuminate when there is a fault within this system. To diagnose and clear the fault you should use the iCarsoft i908 Multi System Scanner kit which will diagnose & erase codes to clear the dash light and allow the vehicle to operate as normal.
Audi TT Mk1 brakepad warning light - the brakepad symbol lamp will illuminate when your brakepads are worn and need to be replaced. You can replace these yourself as it is a DIY job, however if you do not feel confident your local Audi workshop or general garage will do this for you and reset the warning light.
Audi TT Mk1 battery alternator warning light - when the battery symbol lamp illuminates in RED on your dashboard it signals a fault with your alternator and probably means you need to change the alternator in your Audi TT. Do not confuse this with the battery warning light (shows up in the centre section of dash) which would signal that the battery needs to be replaced
1. Audi TT Mk1 rev counter
2. Audi TT Mk1 warning & indicator lamps
3. Audi TT Mk1 coolant temperature gauge
4. Audi TT Mk1 fuel gauge
5. Audi TT Mk1 speedometer
6. Audi TT Mk1 mileage recorder
7. Audi TT Mk1 reset button for trip recorder
8. Audi TT Mk1 display for warning symbols
9. Audi TT Mk1 adjuster button
10. Audi TT Mk1 digital clock and date display