indischrot at gmail.com
Tue Aug 26 17:21:13 PDT 2008
I don't think any of them do, do they? Audi is giving nothing away for
free. They will only warranty damage if you can prove that it was
inspected at the proper intervals. BUT, if you get it inspected, you're
75% of the way there to getting it replaced, so it's really easy for the
shop to say, "Well, for a small fee we'll go ahead and replace it......
as well as this laundry list of other work."
If you do not get it inspected, you cannot claim anything on the damages.
Peter Kirby wrote:
>I just got my notice in the mail a few days ago. However, the Canadian
>version of the warranty extension to 169,000 km covers a free TB
>inspection and damages as a result of TB breakage. It does not cover TB
>Nicholas Stock wrote:
>>Peter, it appears to be a settlement in the US District Court of
>>California, so probably just pertains to the US and not Canada. However,
>>they did include a USA and Canada maintenance information leaflet for
>>2000 to 2003 models indicating Timing Belt inspections at 40,000 miles,
>>80,000 miles and replacement at 105,000 miles!
>>On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 5:26 AM, Peter Kirby <4pkirby at gmail.com
>><mailto:4pkirby at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> US or Canada? I haven't received anything about this from Audi Canada.
>> 2001 A4 1.8tq
>> On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 11:08 PM, Nicholas Stock <nickstock at gmail.com
>> <mailto:nickstock at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> > Yep, received that one too....don't own my B5 anymore though!!
>> > Nice to see progress on this front and the help offered to those
>> > the premature TB failures.
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