> On Mon, 04 Jul 2005 04:35:59 -0400, Linda wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I have a 98 Audi A6 which I love and has been wonderfully
> > The weather has been very, very hot and I suddenly have a
> > When I stop for between 20 min and 40 min, the car won’t
> start. Got
> > a new battery, it made no difference.
> Has nothing to do with the battery, it's a common starter prob
> switch). Replace it. Some "tricks" and workarounds:
> 1. After
> switching off the engine start it again and wait for ~15
> seconds. Switch
> it off again.
> 2. Open the bonnet and give the starter some softer hits with
> a hammer.
> :-) Know that very well from older Mercedes engines.
My dad’s a real car fanatic. He used the soft hammer for decades on a
’71 Chevelle. He’ll be happy to know it works on newer cars as well!
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