YEAR AND VEHICLE MODEL; 2002 A3
DETAILS OF RUST FOUND; bubbling on both roof rails (on roof inside of the rails)
TIME TO WARRANTY CLAIM FROM FIRST NOTICING IT; 1month
HOW LONG YOU HAD OWNED THE VEHICLE AT THIS TIME; 1 month
DEALER APPROACHED; Mann Chippenham
OUTCOME (APPROVED, REFUSED)...
I have had a similar problem and sorry to say they are led lights which are not replaceable and its a replacement unit, I got mine of ebay for about 28 pounds then I swapped the internal unit as my facia was in far better condition. I did phone Audi and they wanted over 500 pounds for a new :-()...
Is there a guide as to what tool to remove the calliper, now I don't mean the whole assembly I tried to replace my pads but the calliper bolts are round what is one suppose to use to undo as the whole assembly is held on with standard 18mm socket
Can anyone help
No I feel the wheels are to big to be honest with you which does give the impression of chav lol, they are not the standard ones when funds available I will loot for replacements and then sell these on.
Not sure the colour but will have to confirm tho
Have a Audi A4 B6 on 54 plate, so we are completely sold on Audi so we have now just got A3 1.9TDI 130BHP on 52 plate
Plan to complete some proper detailing (doubt its ever seen a buffer the paint work is rough to the touch) on the car, wheels need refurb. We are really pleased with...
Rather than t-cut as that can remove your paint you could try something like auto glym tar remover, as I just recent removed mine from my A3 this worked a treat.
Good idea with the dental floss as I poured loads of the tar remover over badge to soften adhesive
Well it looks like they have learn from the poor workman ship they did on my car a few years ago as that wasnt even on offer see pics below
What do you think, or am i being super sensitive
Personally wouldn't touch them with a barge pole I had a shocking experience with longlife, there is nothing custom about what they do, they don't even put flange to flange, they will purely weld to your existing exhaust pipe by meaning they will cut the pipe and then weld the stainless system...