Try slackening the handbrake adjusters under the centre console
Springs are likely to break so check them first. Other than that look for witness marks on the suspension components, there must a clash of...
Filled for life say Audi. Actually means 8years which is the average life for a car. The metal filings are normal in a gearbox after a few...
Looks like it’s not the buttons but the surrounds that are chipped.
Yes, one piece.
Why don’t you have AMD do the belt and service along with the remap?
Another cause of vibration on Quattros is the prop shaft. Either the rubber donuts can go hard or the prop can go out of balance. There has been...
You don’t have to remove any headlamp washer or pipes, they are fitted to car body, not the bumper.
Is there a stray screw/nut stuck down there?
All you need to know is in the Tim Wills posthttps://www.audi-sport.net/xf/threads/dsg-oil-filter-change-video-diy-easy.262369/
It’s one of the bearings, spray each one with WD40, it does no harm.
Could also be the cam belt pulleys or water pump.
8 years old belt needs to be done regardless of mileage, it’s a must.
DSG oil AND filter is 40k miles and again, it’s a must do now.
It’ll sort itself out over a week, as long as the fuel gauge is reading ok.
Just seen you are in Essex, if nth of the county go to Jabba in Crowland, if south it has to be AMD by Lakeside. Expect to pay £399.
1. Common problem for Quattro, rubber donuts on prop shaft hard or worn, propshaft out of balance, metal ring at rear end of prop shaft come...
I’ll put my money on the wiring loom that passes through the door gaiter.
Go around with your torque wrench and re torque the shocker bolts, you may have missed one, I did and it sounded like a cracking noise.
When you do get around to fixing the A/C. Fit a new drier as well, the old one will be useless being open to the elements for a long time.
You need a telescopic magnet tool for these eventualities, I’m always loosing nuts and bolts in cavities. If you can’t find your nut buy a new...
Before you spend money, remove the spark plug and coil pack from cyl 2, clamp the body of the plug to the engine, start engine and check for a...
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