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Some general questions about my A4 sline

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by Applianceman2010, Sep 1, 2013.

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    Hi i have just bought my 57 plate s-line(well about two weeks ago) with 6months warranty from a dealer. Its great apart from one thing. sometimes at low revs (between 1200-1800) it feels like it kind of miss fires like a "hiccup" is this normal for a larger diesel engine , or should i report it to the dealer? Also with regards to servicing (mainly oil/filter changes) does it really pay to have it done in the dealers?they claim that they put cleaners etc through but i'm skeptical. As i'm planning on having the car for at least the next 5 years ,will it make up the cost of having it done at a dealers and having the stamps etc?
    Thanks in advance DJ
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    bez101 Yorkshire & Humber Rep. Regional Rep VCDS Map User

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    have the oil changed at local garage
    and if you think it has a problem tell the dealer
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    lol thanks for the comprehensive report there benz101:think:. Any particular reason why i should take it to a dealer and not do it myself?
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    ok either change yourself or take to local garage save ££££

    and the hick up problem tell the dealer he will scant is for any faults
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