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> Paul Anderson sez:
> > My experience with Alldata is that the repair procedures for Audi
> > are essentially copied from Bentley. The one nice thing is that you
> > get all the TSBs if I remember correctly. If you have the right
> > printer, you can print the diagrams (which are just right out of
> > Bentley.) If you have Bentley, not much need for Alldata.
No need for Alldata. Alldata is a waste of money if you have the
Bentley... has more errors than the Bentley and is just plain
wrong for fuel injection for the 5kCSQ.
> I agree with Paul that the Alldata is probably redundant if you have
> the Bentley. However, with the Alldata CD I bought, TSB's were not
> included - that was an extra cost option (you buy a software code to
> unlock that portion of the CD) and I think this is common to all the
> Alldata CD's.
I think you can get just the TSBs and have the repair data if you
buy the key.
> As for being able to print - I couldn't do it at home on an HP
> Deskjet 500, or at work with a networked HP Laserjet printer with
> lotsa memory. Maybe I'll try it again one of these days.
I could print out TSBs from my copy on an HP laserjet IIP.