[200q20v] Don't replace that alternator!
omllenado at hotmail.com
Thu Mar 8 12:20:53 EST 2001
that's exatly my concern at first. the shop "werners mastertek" specializes
in audis, but 'am worried and have some trust concern with their service
officer(not actually a mechanic), he's been bugging me of having lots of
things done to the car,
well if i would go with all his recommendations i would definetely shell out
around $2,000 to $3,000.
he always says that it could be a lot of different things that could be
busted... huh?, he's always giving a generalized idea, i spoke to the
mechanic and he's also in the twilight zone, and he works slow too as the
service officer confirms.
the labor costs 150% more than the parts cost.
werner's a good shop.. i think, it's just that i have some concerns with the
one's that i talked to.
btw 'am pulling out the car from them, they just charged the battery and now
the car would start, so it's a dead battery due to a defective alternator
or/ wirings, I'll check the wirings first and do a start remove the negative
battery connection to test if the alternator is really busted.
wish me luck.
Oliver M. Llenado
805 Dahlia Street, Apt 22
Denver Colorado 80220
Telephone (303) 322-6613
----- Original Message -----
From: <C1J1Miller at aol.com>
To: <david_haupt at agilent.com>
Cc: <200q20v at audifans.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2001 11:28 AM
Subject: Re: [200q20v] Don't replace that alternator!
> In a message dated Thu, 8 Mar 2001 12:29:43 PM Eastern Standard Time,
david_haupt at agilent.com writes:
> Unless that shop REALLY knows the 200 Quattro, they might have
> the problem. I'm a little surprised nobody else has mentioned this up to
> this point, because the topic's been discussed here by several people who
> were taken for an alternator when they didn't need one.
> Good advice. BTW, I did mention this stuff in my reply yesterday...
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