Now I know this might sound a little anal, but now that we are getting sub zero temperatures, I'm beginnning to get apprehensive and cautious bout the banana.
I have to say that in all the years I've owned cars, I've never felt this insecure going in to the winter months. I just have this feeling that somethings gonna go pop in the middle of nowhere at -5 degrees, hence the reason I now have 3 coats in the boot.. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
Notably, the most common fault I've found out in this cold weather is the dreaded coil pack!! Apparently Aston Green have 35 Audis on their forecourt waiting for replacements. That is so shameful! I must admit I've never had one go, but will buy 2 or 3 nonetheless
Are there any other things to be wary of or lookout for? As at now the car is working very fine but still (and I say this cautiously here) its an Audi!
I have drastically reduced the amount of times I take the car to work now for fear of being stranded on the M1 or summin, but I also take solace in the fact that my A3, never gave me a days problem.
Does anyone else feel the same or I'm just being overly cautious or talking thru my nads again.. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]