Sold the s3 at the weekend ....
I loved the Audi and it was by far the best car i have ever owned. The true reflection was driving in the snow last year without any struggle. A great car.
My issue really comes down to it being a seven year old car, and understandably those luxury parts...
Sorry to bump post but does anyone have a drivers side front tweeter for sale. I know this could go under the wanted section but i couldn't for the life of me find it.
I deally im after a front bose speaker and tweeter.
Thanks Steve. :sos:
Annoyingly my front drivers door speaker appears to have died...It keeps reverberating and is very annoying.
Does anyone know the Audi part number for this?
So I can trawl ebay for a replacement. Out of interest how much effort is the removal of the door cards?:blackrs4:
Sounds like your tracking may be out. Only £35-£40 to sort out but make sure you get the 4 wheel set up done if its a Quattro. All those pot holes jar the wheels out over time. Mine was the same seemed to sag slightly one side in a straight line. :racer:
After my last service i was informed of a boost leak near my manifold. Any ideas if this would be a suitable replacement kit??
Any tips on if its a easy job etc would be much appreciated...
Think i am going for OEM, unless there isn't to much price difference just good to get feedback. I hear alot of upgrades are to TT parts or R32 parts?
:blownose:I love my s3 but my wallet doesn't !!!!
Had my service at AMD yday, happy with service however a few issues :sadlike::-
1. Front Anti roll bar collers broken and rears on way out..
Any ideas on whether to get stock replacements (any idea of cheap place) or do i go for an uprated set up from say H&R? Also do i get any...
Before you try jacking it up, give this a go. There are two 10 or 12 mm bolts towards the bottom of the door. tighten them up and see if it shuts. I had that problem where it just pops back open, tightened them and now its fine.:o.k:
Hi there, If its located in the same place as the S3, and i am guessing it is it will be in the passengers side rear wheel arch inside the boot. If you open the boot on the left hand side should be a removable panel once this is off you have access to the rear light. Its tucked down the alcove...