So I have a broken rear coil spring, need to change it for MOT, been quoted £40 labour + the spring cost.
I think this is something I am capable of doing myself with some guidance.
My car is an S Line, can some one please link me to the correct spring for my car as I am having a little trouble...
So predictably Audi Salisbury wanted to charge me for diagnostics first at wait for it.......... £116!!!!!
They then said they would look at goodwill but no promises of course!
They quoted me £600 + the diagnostic so a total of £716, WOW and that is using the repair kit!
I'd rather not run...
I have found examples of folk who have had this resolved under 100% 'goodwill'.
I have fired off emails to two local dealers and will see what they come back with, I honestly feel this should be done FOC, I will keep this updated!
Service history is full Audi minus 1 which was done by a VAG specialist (AudiVWcentre) where I bought the car from in 2012, that was on 28,000 miles, the car is now on 57,000 is 7 years old and has had 4 services using Longlife, 3 @ Audi and 1 @ the specialist
Ok I'm going to try them first.
Thanks for the advice by car is pretty similar in terms of mileage and history etc
Cheers, I have had a quote from a local independent of £386 all in, this seems about ball park figure?
So had it scanned and it is the G201 fault.
Also came up with a brake fault, a transmission fault and an engine fault, the guy reckons they are all link to the brake pressure sensor.
He cleared the faults but they just came back up.
So where do I go from here? Do I try to pursue VAG to do it...
I'm in Wiltshire mate
The link I posted from the Telegraph suggested it would be done FOC.
Just seen this on eBay
Audi A3 ABS Pump 1K0614517T / 1K0907379AA | eBay
It suggests that if it is the ABS Pump the EPS button will also be illuminated, mine is not....