Originally Posted by jnrdavo
Well, this is embarrassing. Iím behind the wheel of the new 2017 Audi S5 Ė it hasnít even landed in Australia yet Ė and Iím calling for a tractor tow-out.
Iím in Sweden taking part in the Audi Ice Pro driving experience and have just wedged the S5 Sportback on a pile of snow. Itís buried up to its belly and there is no chance of gaining any traction
Newbie here; attempting to fix a damaged A5 at the moment and have noticed the x-brace bellowed a bit so I decided to take some measurements and unfortunately the housing (where the lower control arms bolt onto) the x-brace sits on has been pushed/bent slightly out of place (rear bolts are bent too).
I am in desperate need of the measurements from the quick sketch below:
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I have gone through all the channels I can
Originally Posted by steve26
Sounds like something is rubbing inside.
if you know how you can remove the glass and the sunshade to see if anything has blown in there.
Sounds complicated and I could break something
Anyone able to tell me if just over $1500 dollars is about right for front and rear ATE rotors and pads fitted ? Seems a little bit steep as ive seen posts stating more in the region of $ 1100.... if any Perth member has a suggestion or even a recomendation in the way of a quality brake guy ?
Originally Posted by JA04STI
Heard an RS3 take off in front of my work....made me laugh