I assume you mean the diff on the gearbox and not the rear diff on the rear axle, because if you mean the EYJ is the rear axle diff it just isn't.
Ive decided to break the car anyway, it was bought as a breaker anyway, thought I might keep it but there would be more money/time needed to be...
just bought an Allroad with an auto gearbox issue, the code in the service book and label in the boot says FCE EYJ, cant seem to find any FCE coded gearboxes, anyone know if any EYJ coded gearboxes would be compatible?
ive had the bells re-made by someone else and they are fine now, fitted them today, the first company to make them was GODSPEED, and quite frankly they were not only inaccurate but made from substandard materials as they were deforming when torqueing them up and the anodising was simply shocking...
no the discs were skimmed on a lathe, built up and checked and ran true, bells were brand new so faces were clean, wheels clean too.
Even if it was that I guess it would be the same hot or cold, mine get very much worse when hot. A mate drove the car too today and thought I was exaggerating -...
looking for advice and potential solutions to this. I shall give the back story too.
Bought the car off a mate (B5 RS4) and there wasn't an issue with any front end vibrations. The front brakes needed a refurb as the bells were corroded (its got a 370mm movit kit on the car)
So I have had the...
my new car
Nice V8, alcantara headlining etc, Misano red too (RS6 colour - colour spec'd when new - not many red S6's out there let alone in Misano from what i can gather)
Ill get some more pics up when i have them, this was from the advert i bought when i bought the car.
whilst the splines are the same in and out the main part of the body is smaller ( so the boot part )
however Eurocarparts after a call can get the rear GKN lobro cvs they just dont list them on their website
probably shouldn't of accepted the car back at the time, several months on won't help gutting it sorted now i would of thought
edit; wow 8L audis must be worth a lot where you are from to spend £3500 fixing it