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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by smudge_don, Nov 26, 2009.

  1. smudge_don

    smudge_don Active Member

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    Got the juddering at idle :( :sob:

    Anyone had their flywheel replaced by Audi? If so how much for parts and labour?

    I take it the clutch has to be done as well?
     
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  3. dantdi

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    Not long ago i had my clutch and flywheel done under warranty. Mine is 2.0tdi 170
    Clutch was £183.54
    flywheel £439.71
    Bearing £35.43
    Bolt £1.44
    Bolt Hex £11.22
    £222.72 discount on the parts
    Subtotal of £448.71
    The Grand total was £817.71
     
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    How come you got a discount Dan?

    Looks expensive :(
     
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    I didnt i . I asked Audi give me a copy of the work they did under warranty.
    On invoice with part prices it had this discount. Might just be that Audi had pay for parts bacause being under warranty. Not sure if they will give that discount to you
     
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    Doubt it :(
     
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    clutch and flywheel and slave - £450.00 trade euro car parts.

    3 hours to do the job...
     
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    Got a link to that TDI man?
     
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    And help on the last 2 links? :)
     
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    Well ones for 4wd which yours isnt no?

    Also it has engine codes & part numbers to check against aswell as says 05 onwards so research thoroughly mate.

    Have you asked the seller if it will work or not?
     
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    Yeah he's just asked me for my reg number so he can look it up :)
     
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    I get that judderyness at idle (see http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/showthread.php?t=83351) and a few people have mentioned the flywheel but no one seems certain (which is fair enough) but you seem to say it like its a pretty common thing and its always the flywheel that needs replacing?
     
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    Audi have told me it's teh flywheel, so i'm going by them
     
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    Ah ok, thanks
     
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    so had a phone about for a good price and im told you can get to kinds of fly.w for them the normal one that can worp again
    or a solid one from £200 to £309 depending where you get it and that will stop it from doing it again
     
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    You mean you can get a DMF or SMF. I wouldn't recommend the SMF even though it is more durable. It will transmit more vibrations from the engine to the gearbox and break other things in there which are more difficult to replace.
     
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    have no idea mate just going by what im told. i no you it comes as a kit so would think all is there to change over with no problems. but like i say just going by what they say and if i think about it the nomal one in them is about 100 pounds cheaper so would be best to stick to that they cant go alot surely must last more than 5 years right
     
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    Smudge, where abouts in the Uk are you?
     
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