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£300 for complete service? Good price.

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by kaz219, Jul 19, 2008.

  1. kaz219

    kaz219 Active Member
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    Hello.

    I was wondering whether £300 is a good proce to change the:

    Oil
    Oil Filter
    Air Filter
    Cambelt/Timing Belt kit (Inc. Tensioner)
    Fuel filter
    Pollen Filter
    Diagnostic Check

    The price includes parts and labour.

    And would i need anything else doing? Car's done 60k and is the Audi listed in my sig. DSG Oil had been changed around 8k ago.

    Cheers
     
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  3. kaz219

    kaz219 Active Member
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    PS. Its not from an Audi Dealer thats why i didn't post in the exsting thread!

    Cheers
     
  4. SteveTDCi

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    I would have thought so, just make sure they use a full genuine cambelt kit
     
  5. Ash B

    Ash B Well-Known Member

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    On my a3 service cost me £250 for audi to actually do it for me. Thats with Every thing they are doign to yours aswell....And my audi done 43k
    But £300 its quite good aswell you would just have to make sure genuine cambelt kit like SteveTDCI pointed out
     
  6. JamS3

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    Yes

    But agree with the above about the cambelt kit, I'd ask to see the original box/part no's to make sure!
     
  7. kaz219

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    Cheers.

    I spoke to my mechanic and he said he will use a genuine cambelt.

    :D

    Cheers
     
  8. SteveTDCi

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    don't just changet the belt, do all the other bits whilst you have it apart, I'm not sure if the water pump is worth doing at the same time, I thought they were fragile on one of the diesel engines.
     

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