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Ian

posted on 1st Dec 17 at 13:00

Complete guesswork but yes, does sound like it need to get its act together after losing the memory.


tom130691

posted on 1st Dec 17 at 12:52

Id assume the ecu lost its data and had to recalibrate


Tiger

posted on 1st Dec 17 at 10:50

I changed the battery....


DaveyLC

posted on 1st Dec 17 at 09:59

Why did you charge a battery for 20 minutes? It will receive more charge from the alternator running for 30 seconds.


Tiger

posted on 1st Dec 17 at 09:07

Hereís a weird one for you, Iím new to modern diesels so could be quite normal.

Changed the battery on my 2007 Audi 2.0TDi, the engine was warm when I shut it off and changing the battery took me 20 minutes. When I started the car after changing the battery it was chucking out diesel smoke for fun for about the first mile then cleared. When I pulled back up at home it was burning cleaning as a whistle? Its not been a smokey car since I bought it and has been fine since.