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First gearbox gone, now turbo and oil pump.

Discussion in 'A6/S6/Allroad forum (C5 Chassis)' started by NavMugsy, Jan 12, 2012.

  1. NavMugsy
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    [Jan 12, 2012]
    When i joined this forum in October, i told you all about my gearbox having to be replaced at a cost of £3500. Then i came on and told you about my o/s rear light cluster was playing up before xmas. I fanally sorted that out......earth problem.
    Then on xmas eve my turbo and oil pump went kaput. At the moment its in the dealers being assessed as to how much audi is going to give towards the work. Up to now i have got 25%. But i don't know how much work is needed.
    I might end up flogging it for scrap with a brand new multritonic gearbox only fitted in November. This a an Audi A6 s-line 2.0l tdi dpf 2006 103,000 mls FSH by 2 Audi dealers.
    Anybody got any ideas what its worth as scrap?
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    I feel for you..not what you expect when you part with your money!! hang in there.
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    i would seriousally be looking at case as full service history and two major failures in realistically a short time
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    This ia awful to hear your having such major problems with the car mate, its not what you expect when you buy an Audi either.

    How did you get Audi to cover 25% of the repair bill, because it is such a new car? Are you taking it to Audi for the repairs? What about an independant specialist?
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