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haldex oil

derickcos Sep 13, 2006

  1. derickcos

    derickcos Member

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    :uhm: a quick line, car been serviced around 1100 mls ago, advised of haldex oil change and filter. is this a straitforward job or 1 for specialist 'D'
     
  2. madvw

    madvw Active Member

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    very straightforward, but a pain in the arse to get to. Much easier if you have access to a lift.
     
  3. derickcos

    derickcos Member

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    this is what i expected,wont be trying this one. cheers 'D'
     
  4. ajbroch

    ajbroch New Member

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    be carefull tho - if i remeber right it was not cheap when audi did it for me. ended up being the most expensice service i ever had!
     
  5. god_thats_quick

    god_thats_quick Numptie of the highest order

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    Shouldn't cost that much on it's own, however there is a specific procedure to follow when changing the oil (the diff is supposed to be a specific temp before dropping the oil) one I'd get a garage I trust to do to be honest.
     
  6. derickcos

    derickcos Member

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    thank,s guy,s = starperformace on monday 'D'
     
  7. S3 YEA

    S3 YEA Member

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    Cost me £90 from an Audi main dealer.... No problem at all! My advise is not to attempt it yourself. I have no idea at all what kind of oil you need but more importantly, if you get it wrong, you call balls up the Haldex -and that will cost a billion dollars to fix!
     
  8. velcrobix

    velcrobix New Member

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    Just got my haldex oil and filter changed by a specilist. Cost £82.
    I've been having a problem where the rear inside wheel seems to drag/lock up slightly when on full lock sometimes.
    Oil and filter change seems to have fixed the problem.
     
  9. derickcos

    derickcos Member

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    sorted--- 'D'
     

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