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Time to change brake servo

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by mmalh0151, Jan 10, 2013.

  1. mmalh0151

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    Has anybody changed or had their brake servo changed on A3 or any other Audi? How long does it take by the book?

    I have been quoted 10 hours as its under warranty and I am thinking this is a little excessive?!
     
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    I cant see the point of the thread, is it just curiosity mate as if its under warranty, do you really care lol.

    Given location, job to do, bleeding etc, then it may take upto this including road testing, remember dealer has to follow a procedure given by vag direct, so there maybe short cuts others know of, but audi cant take, to maintain parts, etc are all in order if you get me.
     
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    Sorry I didn't put enough information in here... Car is under warranty with warranty wise and its a 2007 S3.

    Some places are saying 3 hours... One place is saying 10 hours!
     
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    I would check the offical timescales needed by vag 1st & if lower, then seems someone is maybe wanting to milk a warranty then, check with warranty company as they have probably got the audi specified timescales to hand, which will restrict anything above that anyway.
     

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