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I must object> Despite all the bad press that the Die Hard has gotten on
this list, I've had (apparently) amazing luck with them in my '83 Ur-q. Of
course, after the first DieHard replacement for the second Audi battery died
after 6 years, I replaced that one with another, but it's the one for
Porsches. It has never failed to start, even after sitting for months at a
time. Now, it's not too cold stressed here in Louisiana, just heat
stressed...which was, I guess, the opposite of the older Diehard used in
Colorado for five years.
Methinks that more of the problems are related to Audi electricals and
drains from somewhere. I know I've got mixed feelings about selling the
always dependable '83 because I've bought a "constantly in need of a jump or
push start" '85.
>From: "Rich Andrews, UNIX Administrator, Pegsinc.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Tue, Feb 9, 1999, 3:51 PM
>>>From richa Tue Feb 9 15:50:26 1999
> "Rich Andrews, UNIX Administrator, Pegsinc.com" <email@example.com>
>Date: Tue, 9 Feb 1999 15:50:25 -0600
>In-Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org (quattro-digest)
> "quattro-digest V4 #3479" (Feb 9, 11:04am)
>X-Mailer: Z-Mail (4.0.1 13Jan97)
>Go to wal mart and get something reasonable and stay the hell away from
>Sears and the Die-Hard. The Die-Hard is a piece of junk and dies within
>2 years of installation or starts leaking.
>rich andrews sr.