Here's the short list: Courtesy
lights, water leak/cracked spot welds,
Serpentine belt, oil leak, intermittent
power loss, tachometer, Thermostat,
Courtesy lights, fuel door lock stuck,
4" dent in rear passenger door while in
for service, oil leak at head gaskets,
EGR Valve, Tons of bad hoses & leaks,
Convert AC, Replace Compressor/etc,
Bad Ball Joints, Frozen Tie-Rods -
Replaced assembly, CV Joint, Half
Shaft, Rear Oil Pan Leak, Passenger
Sway Bar Stabilizer Bushing, Brakes-
frozen bleeder valves, Replace both
front wheel bearings, Timing Belt,
Driver's Door Lock Cylinder, Front/Rear
Control & Trailing arms…etc.
Nothing but trouble... Service
takes 1-3 months but when the wheels
aren't falling off this little buggy
scoots! Nice solid ride with
outstanding body. Love the creature
comforts. It’s 10 years old & I still
get compliments on it.
Quicker service. Audi Customer Service
that actually stands up for the
customer...I mean really, my safety was
jeopardized by incompetent service at a
certified shop & all I get is a "gee,
too bad?" Improved reliability. My car
has spent more time in the shop than it
has with me.
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