One can only hope the dealer didn't replace them all, and just said they did.
Hi i've only recently joined the forum and i have been reading this thread with great interest as i have a 2007 2.0tdi and it seems to be going off a cylinder when idling and just now and again it feels lumpy when having to hold it at a set speed when following traffic i got hold of a fault code reader and it showed fault code 12546 the book says faulty injector but i googled this number and on the net this guy says the most common thing is the inlet manifold so i don't know whether to have a go at Audi about this 1
I'd be really grateful for any insights/suggestions as what to do next, as with 4 new injectors, this is worrying.
I would say report this to VOSA, they need to know what is going on with these. They can only act on the information we supply collectively. See the links in my signature.
Most importantly get part numbers, add them to the VOSA report, and post them on here so all the VAG and parts specialists on this board can comment with their experience (that's how I found out I was given refurbs). You're the second person to report failure on new injectors, but we need to know what Audi have been putting back into the car before openly declaring the "new" ones failing as opposed to refurbs.
Certainly not good news though...
Had the call from Audi. car is booked in to Bridgend Audi for 'injector' inspection and replacement if necessary. This is a result but I've lost a bit of faith so I will be asking for the part numbers of the replacement parts to make sure they don't fob me off with refurbs. Should they also be replacing the loom?
I asked for the part no. and it is A03G130073TX, which according to information earlier in this thread is the updated part. This is also the part fitted back in may, so the upgraded parts must have been around for sometime.