Guys I have a question please?
When I picked the car up from the garage yesterday they were fitting a rear passenger side shock absorber as they had found it was leaking on the final inspection.
They did not change the other and I thought nothing of it, thing is either it is the wrong shock or, because it is newer it is sitting about a finger higher, what I mean by this is on the drivers side the gap from tyre to arch is 2 fingers high and the passenger (new shock) the gap is 3-4 fingers high so a noticeable difference.
So looking at the front of the car the drivers side looks to be sitting lower due to opposite back being higher
So do you think the gap is because the shock is new and they should have changed them in a pair to stop them being uneven?
Or do you think it is because they have put on the wrong shock, as in not an S Line one?
I am gonna get Audi to look at it tomorrow as it is having new washer jets assembly fitted to the headlight wash as this is what is causing the washer fluid leak.
I think they should have changed them in a pair as the car is not sitting square....