Loky11

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About Loky11

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  • First Name
    Wayne
  • Location
    North Yorkshire
  • Audi Model
    Q5
  • Audi Year
    2010
  1. It's not a knock that sounds bad, loud or dangerous, more annoying if anything, all ball joints and bushes look OK, apart from 1 front lower (rear) control arm which I can move slightly by hand. As I have read elsewhere about the undersized pads etc which can cause a noise sounding like its coming from the suspension I just wasnt sure if it's common on q5s as its my first time owning an audi, I have worked in a garage for a year, so I will be doing the repairs myself, once I find out exactly what is causing it, I definitely arnt replacing parts unnecessarily in the hope that it solves it.
  2. Hi, Probably a control arm, I need to have a proper look at it when I can, these arms ain't cheap though.
  3. Hi guys, I'm a new q5 owner and have noticed a nocking noise that mainly comes from osf sometimes can hear it on nsf, over bumps and potholes most of the time, sometimes it doesn't do it, Ive read else where that the pads could be the issue, or pad retaining clips, is this true? Or is it likely to be a suspension component? Thanks.
  4. I've just fit a reverse camera to my 10 plate q5, got a unit on line and fit my self, cost £266 for the unit and wires, took me 3 hours to fit
  5. I've just fit a reverse camera to my 10 plate q5, got a unit on line and fit my self, cost £266 for the unit and wires, took me 3 hours to fit
  6. My mother's q5 did this, turned out it was a cv joint, replaced it and clicking noise disappeared.