glenahan at vfemail.net
Mon Sep 25 08:13:33 EDT 2006
I just realized you said "A8" not "V8".
So cancel my comment.
Call audi and find out if any major electronics or harness are in the
footwells or under the seats. Or you could look.
Other than that, dry it out, start it up.
On Sep 25, 2006, at 7:43 AM, David Kase wrote:
> Dude, we all drive the sub-$5000 valued Audi's. Most of us wouldn't
> know what to do with an A8 if it ran us over!
> Seriously, good luck. I would imagine they will pull the carpet and
> her air out.
> David Kase
> Engineering Manager
> PDQ Industries
> 717-656-8749 (f)
> David Nelson wrote:
>> I stupidly drove my 2001 A8L (100k, off warranty, insured) into high
>> water on a city street. It quit, and I got out and waded away when I
>> noticed water in the foot wells. I called AAA to flatbed it to the
>> nearest dealer's shop. What all should I have them check out?
>> Suggestions from anybody who's BTDT?
>> Thanks, Dave Nelson.
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