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Re: quattro-digest V4 #1575

> Date:          Tue, 6 Jan 1998 05:31:52 -0500 (EST)
> From:          owner-quattro-digest@coimbra.ans.net (quattro-digest)
> To:            quattro-digest@coimbra.ans.net
> Subject:       quattro-digest V4 #1575
> Reply-to:      quattro@coimbra.ans.net

> Listers- Do I really have to pay $50 for a dipstick to check the ATF fluid
> level for my V8? Does anyone know of any other model of Audi with the same
> dipstick? Why would Audi sell these cars without a means to check the ATF
> fluid level? TIA
> Frank Santoro (FBFISH@aol.com)
> Kingsville Md
> 1990 V8
My '93 100 CSQW also does not have a transmission dipstick.  My Audi 
technician at the dealer says I can't buy one.  He claims that the 
fluid level is measured by temperature and pressure.  A dipstick 
would be nice just to see if there is anything in there for peace of 
mind.  If you want to change the fluid yourself, the 100 automatic 
holds 3.1 quarts. 

David Torrey 
Veazie, Me.
'93 Audi 100CSQW 59K miles
'87 Saab 900S 160K Miles
'79 BMW 320I 94K Miles