[A4] Certified Pre-Owned or not
Brizax at aol.com
Brizax at aol.com
Mon Jun 9 13:45:35 PDT 2008
most of my cars different brands what have you have gone 100k+ easily on the
oem clutch, but driving has a major play on that, like not speed matching if
you downshift and brake with the clutch and what have you.
anyways you cant complain about a free clutch lol
In a message dated 6/9/2008 4:34:16 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
brian at bjwhite.net writes:
Not all clutch replacements have to do with wear and tear....keep that in
mind. Again, ours done at 49k was because I complained about some driveline
slop (front nose snub mount) and they elected to replace the clutch. Hey, who
am I to argue? Free clutch? Hell yeah. I did a APR snub after that which
cleared up the driveline slop quite a bit.
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Subject: Re: [A4] Certified Pre-Owned or not
From: _Brizax at aol.com_ (mailto:Brizax at aol.com)
Date: Mon, June 09, 2008 12:56 pm
To: _tomchr at gmail.com_ (mailto:tomchr at gmail.com) , _nickstock at gmail.com_
(mailto:nickstock at gmail.com)
Cc: _a4 at audifans.com_ (mailto:a4 at audifans.com)
no, probably a lady driver had driven it, or someone with a lousy foot.
In a message dated 6/9/2008 12:30:54 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
_tomchr at gmail.com_ (http://email.secureserver.net/pcompose.php#Compose)
Clutch in 65k miles... That sounds very low. My current '94 B4 with V6 has
167k miles on it. I think it's the original clutch. At least I haven't
changed it and I bought the car with 104k on it...
Is the 1.8T a clutch eater?
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