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RE: ur-quattro "IST" Documents


Thanks for taking the time to write back to me.

I was able to get in touch with Dyment Dist.  And ordered everything but 

			WSP 452 557 00 - Audi Quattro Maintenance and
Adjustments Manual

This item is no longer available from them.  They did however give me a
number for an Irv Bishko at 800-544-3312, but the person on the other side
of the phone was LESS than helpful or patient.  I will probably try back
there at some point.

I was also able to get an owners manual for the 82.  Hopefully its for the
correct car.  All in all, the prices were cheap as was the shipping.

But to bother you once again, do you have any other ideas where I might be
able to get the above mentioned manual, or do you have any other suggestions
for technical information/repair manuals for the car?


-- Jim

James C. Masaru Mairs		84 VW Callaway Turbo MK1 GTi
Cabletron ~ Web Operations		91 VW Golf MK2 GTi 8v
email: jmairs@cabletron.com <mailto:jmairs@cabletron.com> 		82
Audi Ur-Q
Phone: 603-337-1150

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Buchholz, Steven
		Sent:	Thursday, December 17, 1998 8:06 PM
		To:	'qlist'
		Subject:	ur-quattro "IST" Documents

		Well, I got my order in from Dyment Distribution yesterday
... so now I can
		positively confirm that it is possible to get the original
"IST" documents
		for the Quattro Turbo Coupe from them.  I had made copies
for people in the
		past because I did not think they were available, but from
now on as long as
		Dyment has them I'll refer folks there.  Dyment can be
contacted at
		(800.544.8021).  Here is the order information:

		Order #
		WSP 451 556 00 - Audi Quattro Introductory Service Training
		WSP 452 557 00 - Audi Quattro Maintenance and Adjustments

		FYI, the former document gives a good overview of the
systems of the car
		(engine, brakes, drive train, etc.) ... with a good bit of
theory of
		operation, while the latter document describes things like
torque specs and
		troubleshooting procedures (like what to do when your fuel
pump shuts down
		at 4000 RPM :).  These documents go into such detail as to
describe the
		timing and boost maps that are programmed into the F/TCU.  I
can't seem to
		remember the price exactly, but I think it is either US$10
or $15 each.  

		As I mentioned before, they also happen to have owners
manuals for just
		about every car out there ... so if you always wanted one
for your car (as I
		did for the '85 4kSQ) you can get it from Dyment.  I also
picked up one for
		an '85 QTC ... wishful thinking I suppose.  

		Steve Buchholz
		San Jose, CA (USA)