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Audi A4 B6 Avant Sport Suspension Question

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by samsam, Jun 24, 2011.

  1. samsam

    samsam Member

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    Just a quick question if any body knows......

    had my car MOT'd and has had a advisory on c links does any body know what they are or have pics i have looked but they is loads of arms on the set up can anybody help on this..

    Thanks
     
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  3. swarcup

    swarcup Well-Known Member

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    Widemonkeys 1st Gear

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    I would like to know this aswell as my car had a free health check and they advised both would need replaceing at a huge cost.
     
  5. Widemonkeys

    Widemonkeys 1st Gear

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    Ahh ive seen those, obviously that's why they are referred to as 'C links' because of the shape
     
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    thanks mate i was looking at bits on the suspension and was thinking it was them, changing them i can just swap and replace dont have to hold anything up..... just remove the wheel and i will see them i suspect......

    thanks for that
     
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    yes youve got it they are the easiest bit to swap. it is recomended to do them with the suspension loaded because the anti roll bar once disconnected will move if it is jacked up. ramps makes it easier
     

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