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Steve Q

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  1. That's good then, glad it's sorted 🙂
  2. Could it be the expansion tank cap? Sometimes the seal fails.
  3. I don't believe there is a fix. Take a look at this link: http://www.ozaudi.com/forums/showthread.php/52840-Squeaky-RS3-Brakes-Have-yours-been-fixed-How
  4. The glow plug module on the 2.0 diesel Q5 is located in the plenum chamber, so the area behind the bulkhead under the plastic shield
  5. I'd speak to Audi. Or alternatively speak to Westfalia who I believe are the manufacturer used by Audi.
  6. I've had a look, I'm just curious as to what's stops the pellets from getting sucked into the fuel pump? I'd be tempted to give it a go as long as they're not sucked into the fuel pump.
  7. We're the TPMS sensors transferred to the new wheels?
  8. Holy moly! Good job you caught this when you did. This is clearly a new concern for all adblue fitted cars.
  9. I'm assuming it's an s tronic gearbox. They're not cheap to replace or refurb. Second hand ones on eBay are from £1k-2.5k. The main causes for failure is due to the gearbox oil not being changed when it should. Or the module failing. For peace of mind you could bite the bullet and get Audi to do a diagnosis.
  10. The major problems the allroads have is with the air suspension. In theory a standard A6 Quattro would be as good in snow as the allroad but not off-road obviously.
  11. Oh dear. What are you going to do now?
  12. Shouldn't be the battery then, I'd recommend a diagnostic check to see if any fault codes flag up.
  13. Welcome to the forum you'll find the members on here are a friendly and helpful bunch 🙂 what's a eckaslike?
  14. I'd be looking at getting a diagnostic check. I'm wondering if the heater matrix is leaking?
  15. Could be the drivers door module. You'll.need a diagnostic check though.
  16. K&n are well used. Or pipercross. My advice would be to get a remap too and a stainless steel exhaust for best gains.
  17. My advice regarding adblue on vag cars or jaguar landrovers is get the dealer to fill it up for you. My wife has a jag XE and even though my wife and I are more than capable of filing it up, we take it to Jag for the technicians to do with Jag approved adblue. It has saved us at least a couple of times when the system has gone wrong as they haven't charged us for repairs because they can see only they've filled it up and Jag adblue used.
  18. Never even heard of them, how do they work?
  19. As the cameras are high up I wonder if you could just put it on the dash?
  20. Just look for local auto locksmiths. Bare in mind the key might not look like a standard Audi key though.
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