Bose Recall Surprise
irautenberg at comcast.net
Tue Aug 6 23:16:16 EDT 2002
When I spoke with the tech and another tech with whom I'd worked years ago
they were actually pretty helpful, even going so far as to check (without my
prompting) to see if our cars were subject to the fuel line recall. This
was the second car they came across with a soldered-in circuit board. They
called Audi when they encountered the first one and were told 'only those
with plug-in boards were to be replaced.'
Unfortunately, I'll be out of the country for a week, but be rest assured
that I will call Audi about this when I get back. I was just wondering if
anyone else had this experience or (and it's quite possible), they just
would give you the car back if it was the soldered-in board.
'91 200q20v...Slightly modified (w/ dead alternator and not-repaired Bose
('90 v8q RIP)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kneale Brownson" <knotnook at traverse.com>
To: "TM" <t44tq at mindspring.com>; "'Ingo D. Rautenberg'" <ingo at waratap.com>;
"'200q20v List'" <200q20v at audifans.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 06, 2002 9:38 PM
Subject: RE: Bose Recall Surprise
> At 07:29 PM 08/06/2002 -0400, TM wrote:
> >Ingo, did you get a recall notice in the mail? If so, your car
> >qualifies, that's BS.
> The recall procedure is to remove the speaker, pop out the amp board, pop
> in a new one (they're SUPPOSED to be just plug-ins) and reinstall the
> speaker. If someone previously has hard-wired something inside the
> speakers, I don't see how Audi can be responsible for making it "right".
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