Assuming everything looks and feels find, check the level frequently for the next few days, and if it drops again, then as above, get it checked out by a reputable garage, as you probably have a leak.
I look forward to the next exiting episode..! View Public Profile. Plunger out, switch is closed. It's easy! Changed the handbrake cable problem solved. For me, it was simply a very useful reminder and warning to check.
Now, the funny thing is that this seems backwards, to me. This is also on a tdi... Bet I do my banjo string in later on. Thanked 3 Times in 3 Posts. Generally though they seem to suffer mostly from bad connections, either internally, or the spade connector that plugs into it works loose. It defies my limited logic and makes me want to drink.
I checked on the resivior and all looks AOK... Please can you give me some idea of what might cause this or any checks that I can make? I'm running with an earthing problem but really not sure.
Im sure I heard the handbrake uses the diff or something? This morning I had a fiddle with the float switch in the reservoir. Seems a fairly common problem, I believe usually connected with the switch.
October 13th, 2003 07: Thanks in advance!! December 8th, 2005 02: May 19, 2010 Posts: No-one needs the added expense of a car repair. It has done this before on a couple of occasions. Pulling back the dust boot I couldn't see anything obvious but 'wiggled' the wire and intermittent flickering.