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Vibration

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by Bert, Nov 25, 2005.

  1. Bert

    Bert New Member

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    Can anyone help ??
    My car is a 2005 A4 Cab 1.8t and since i bought it in May it has had a vibration that only starts when you go above 60 mph. I can feel the vibration through the seat but nowhere else. I thought it might dissapear when i had a few miles on the clock but i still have it 4,000 miles later. I took it to my local Audi dealership who test drove it and said that they couldn't find a thing wrong with the car. The vibration is still there so does anyone have any ideas before i take it back to them.
    By the way love the forum
     
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  3. easytease

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    you say its only when the cars cold at about 60mph? it could be bearings, lower arms or tracking. does the car wonder under harsh braking too?
     
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    The car doesnt wonder and the vibration is there past 60 when it's hot or cold. The rest of the time the car is fine
     
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    the car is under warrenty i take it. so go back to your audi dealer and request they go out on a test drive with you, or you want the car exchanged.
     
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    Cheers mate thats what i will do on Monday. Shame really cos it is a lovely car.
     
  7. easytease

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    it might be something as simple as a loose seat or something... but you never know
     

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