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I ran into a similar situation with my '92 100S. The manual is still
not available to date. If you are willing to take this up with Audi,
great (and good luck).
One thing I discovered was that Audi makes a microfishe for all latest
models that can be had for about $30 US. The trick is that you have
to get the part numbers. The audi service publications company
(Diamond distribution, I think) kept telling me that they don't have
the fishe for my car. I spent considerable time on the phone with
Audi Cust. Relations, and was able to get a FAX from them, listing all
the fishe pages individually. When I called the dist. company again
with those numbers, they finally told me "Oh, that's a complete fishe
set that we have - it was listed under a wrong category". $30 and
several days later, I had the fishes in my hands. However, these
fishes are still not very comprehensive, nor complete (some parts of
it missing). Still better than nothing. It really ticks me off that
Audi is not making the effort to publish manuals on time, as most
other companies do, like BMW, SAAB, etc.
So get on the phone, and start begging for part numbers.
Hope this helps.
(You should be able to find my note on this subject from May or June
in the archives on coimbra)
Well, the only replies I got to my question about '93 90 shop manuals
were expressions of disbelief that a car that has been out three years
wouldn't have a manual available. None of the sources I tried panned
out, including Bentley, Haynes, and Clymer.
- -Dave Erickson