80K Service

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I've got my 80K service to do on a 99 S3. I think I need to do the following:

- usual oil & filters & plugs etc.
- haldex oil & filter
- brake fluid

Here's all the parts with the numbers, I'm only missing one, the fuel filter, anyone got this part number?


  • fuel filter
    • 1J0201511A
  • oil filter
    • 06A115561B
  • air filter
    • 1J0129620
  • pollen filter
    • 1H0819644B
  • spark plugs
    • 101000063AA
  • sump plug
    • N90813201
  • brake fluid
    • B000700A8B
  • haldex oil
    • G052175A1
  • haldex filter
    • 02D525558A
  • haldex tool
    • T10066
 
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Also, I think I heard a mention of a "haldex kit" somewhere that contains all the bits you need at a cheaper price, anyone heard of this and got a part number for it?
 
Dude, you can get all the other parts if you PM pjmspeedy, he can sort you out a good price and is supposed to be really good too :)
 
Total comes to £82.29 at http://www.vwspares.co.uk (excluding Plugs coz I already have them and Brake fluid because they probably don't deliver that).

15374 Sump Plug (In Stock)
£0.79

06A115561B Oil Filter (In Stock)
£4.65

1J0129620 Air Filter (In Stock)
£10.50

1J0201511A Fuel Filter (In Stock)
£6.25

1H0819644B Cabin Filter (In Stock)
£7.45

02D525558A Haldex Filter (In Stock)
£22.95

G052175A1 Haldex Oil 275ml (Special Order)
£10.75

SX150 Haldex Filter Tool (In Stock)
£18.95

Sub-Total: £82.29
 
Don't forget timing belt, water pump, tensioner etc unless it's already been done recently. It's every 80k or 5 years so is due even if it was done back in 2004.
 
Got the timing etc done last year when I bought it, just to be safe! So that's good for a while...although I'm putting about 12K miles a year on it. I do an oil change every 6 months.
 
Anyone know of the haldex kit? Or do you have to buy the bits on their own?

Also, any other sources for getting these parts cheap online?
 
I'd get everything from GSF personally, no point buying cheap replica parts
 
i believe they are all genuine parts and does delivery too, best to pm and ask, what you got to lose??

Alternativey GSF or Euro Car Parts as Andy said.
 
Don't forget timing belt, water pump, tensioner etc unless it's already been done recently. It's every 80k or 5 years so is due even if it was done back in 2004.
I would say 60k miles or 5 years, which ever comes sooner, is more realistic for the 1.8T
I'd get everything from GSF personally, no point buying cheap replica parts

I've been using parts made by Fram on my S3 bought from my local motorfactors, I have access to a trades account there. Don't know if you calss them as cheap replica parts, but I've not had any problems with the parts at all.
My Cambelt kit was a Gates one also, who manufacture the OE Audi cambelt kit, but I got it a whole lot cheaper from Carspares, as it didn't have the 'Audi' logo on it.
 

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