[BiturboS4] more hesitation... after a cold start..
brayd at rogers.com
Sat May 31 08:56:05 EDT 2003
I've had this problem with mine since day 1 (2001 S4, Oct '00 build), and it
was never really resolved. However, I noticed that when I changed to
synthetic oil last fall, AT MY OWN COST, the problem almost disappeared.
It's now gradually coming back, but not nearly as severe as it was.
IIRC, there were 4 other people who said they had the same problem:
Jeff Dowley, Jay Bartlett, William Safford & Anshuman
Did you guys find any solution? Anyone else?
2001 S4, still all stock <sigh>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: biturbos4-admin at audifans.com
> [mailto:biturbos4-admin at audifans.com]On Behalf Of Nicholas Mistry
> Sent: May 31, 2003 2:28 AM
> To: biturbos4 at audifans.com
> Subject: [BiturboS4] more hesitation... after a cold start..
> Alright, this issue is starting to annoy me. I posted a while back
> regarding hesitation in leisurly acceleration after the car has been
> sitting overnight. This problem was very minor at 18k miles and now at
> 28k miles has become quite annoying. I am not sure if it is the change
> in temperature between boston and San Antonio, TX (where i recently
> relocated to), or a sign of age. My car is a 2001 S4, everything stock
> (soon to change)
> I know others have experienced this problem, but has anyone
> gotten it fixed?
> The hesitataion is only during the first 10 mins of driving, and happens
> under leisurly and exremely slow acceleration. If i try to accelerate
> vigorously (which i know is bad since the oil is not sufficiently warmed
> up), the car bucks as it looses all power.
> The problem has become fairly repeatable since i have moved to texas. In
> boston it was once or twice a month. Now its every morning.
> I do hope there is a cure for this..
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