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Thread: 2010 A4 2.0T w/multiple issues; ESP/TPMS/Parking Brake Malfunction

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    Jef, thanks for the suggestions. I'll see about getting a smoke test done. I did visual on top and underneath my engine, saw no evidence of an oil leak at the eng/trans mating point or even previously after looking at the belly pans. Still though, the smoke test should point out a failure of the RMS. If that comes back good, guess I can see how much vacuum there is at the dipstick.

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    Jack, in my Air Force career as an aircraft maintainer, there is a position in flight safety which carries the nickname 'FOD God'...it fits you.
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    Your original question asked why the abs, Tpms, handbrake, lights are coming on. And you will fix the engine fault later, but I would suggest all your other lights are just due to the fuel trim fault and the modules all sharing the fact that there is a fault somewhere.

    The crank case ventilation system and how it works at idle would be what I’d look at next. After a smoke test. As trim is as previously noted is high at idle.
    What makes you think there is a fault with the actual turbo?

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