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RE: Audi defect

I received the same notice (KF) this weekend.  I talked to the dealer
and it is a "new switch" that takes about 2.5 hrs.  Oh joy, what will
the dealer break when they go to do this install?

Alan Breitman
91 200q Hoppen Chip

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	BRUCE [SMTP:BRUCE@mannlawfirm.com]
> Sent:	Monday, November 03, 1997 8:43 AM
> To:	Quattro@coimbra.ans.net
> Subject:	Audi defect
> Today I received my second Audi recall notice in the same number of
> weeks.
> First one involved transaxle oil change. 
> Second involves a defect in the air bag sensor module which can cause
> the air bag to pop into your face when you are not in a wreck.
> Applies to some 1989-1993 models.
> While I appreciate Audi's compaign to correct defective products, I
> continue to be amazed at how darn cheap these companies are when they
> repair a problem the company caused.  This notice makes clear that if
> you have electrical add-on stuff that must be removed to fix the
> defect which could cause very serious injury "[t]he cost of removal
> and reinstallation of such equipment will, of course, be your
> responsibility and cannot be borne by Audi".
> In the words of my 4 year old "this is gonna be great fun".
> Bruce
> PS This is recall campaign KF