AudIanMc Posted April 20 Share Posted April 20 (edited) So I failed my MOT recently due to: Anti-lock braking system warning lamp indicates an ABS faultStop lamp(s) not working NearsideWheel bearing rough when rotated Offside Front Kwik fit couldn't sort that so took it to Audi specialist who sorted it by replacing OSF ABS sensor and wheel bearing BUT the steering wheel light is now on (see picture) so I can't pass MOT. They said its steering wheel rack needs to be replaced and thats £1290. I said obviously, that wasn't on when I brought it in so you've done something. First they tried to say it was on when I brought it in (ball ox) - when I refused to accept it - they've said its a sensor on the steering rack thats led to the light but nothing they've done. Can someone please shed a light on this? Any advice is appreciated as I want to get back at them and take it as far as I can Edited April 20 by AudIanMc Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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