Hi there, Long time lurker first time poster.. I'm hoping someone can help with an Audi used-car warranty question. Just over 7 months ago I purchased a used 2010 A4 Avant s-line 140 auto, from an audi dealership. I bought the car with 43k miles on the clock, since then I've done about 10k miles on it. Love every moment of driving it, its the perfect motorway cruiser. But it's not been all roses in the garden, despite being given the assurance that the car was 'checked thoroughly by their skilled technicians' I've had the car back to the dealership more times than I'd cared to.. to have brake disks and an EGR replacements. The dealership, quite rightly, has replaced at no cost to me. I've discovered today that the rear shocks are leaking and will need to be replaced. I'm trying to determine if this is covered under the used-car warranty, as I've heard some pricey figures being mentioned on the cost of replacing. Having looked at the audi extended warranty site (as a basic guide) it doesn't give any exclusion of coverage that I can see for the shocks being replaced - link <https://www.audiextendedwarranty.co.uk/Home/Content/comprehensivedetail?name=comprehensivedetail&title=Detail%20of%20Cover> Can any one advise? When replacing the shocks, is it standard practise to change the springs also, or is if sufficient to change the shocks and re-use the existing springs? (sorry if that sounds like a stupid question).. Thanks in advance!