Took the advice from Jetty and swopped the rears to the front, vibration through the steering is pretty much non existent. I can feel a slight vibration through the seat but no where near as bad as it was from the wheel.
Couldn't see any noticeable buckle when I had the wheels off but...
It was there before the shocks and arms were changed, when I realised they needed doing I thought that may be the cause of the vibration.
Will give the wheels a swop and see if I feel anything through the seat.
Really annoying as the wife drives a 15 plate vauxhall astra and it's way...
Had the balancing and alignment done a couple of weeks back.
Haven't hit any of the local councils finest work and the tyres are in good nick. I had the front shocks and upper arms replaced a month or two ago and the vibration still persists. (found out they needed doing while putting new cv...
As the title suggests, I'm getting vibration through the steering wheel starting at around 60/70mph.
Has anyone experienced this before?
I'm finding a list of things online of what it could be from a bent alloy to drive shafts.
Any advice would be appreciated.
Does anyone have the PR codes for this model?
Looking to buy new front discs tonight and am unsure on the size, went into the spare wheel compartment to find my sticker ripped, with half of it missing after piecing together what was left!
Thanks for the reply!
The car was only listed as 'nav ready' so I've not really got a come back with the dealer, I did get a price from a local audi garage yesterday for £220 so it looks like that'll be the way to go!
Like you said, at least it'll all be up to date and good to go.
I've recently bought a 64 plate A6 Black edition and in true fashion it didn't have the SD card.
This is my first Audi so I'm new to the whole Audi nav set up, MMI ect.
When I go into the nav screen it is connecting to satellites but obviously has no mapping. Could this be as easy...