[s-cars] Anyone have an exploded view of...
sdslig at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 29 17:39:36 EDT 2004
Yep, Its part number 14 in that link of yours Bob.
Unfortunately, they snapped one of the two bolts used
to secure the piece and are having a whale of a time
trying to find one of these support rods.. The S4's
been in their hands since Tuesday, parts get here on
Looks like the other side is super rustified also.
I'll keep drenching it in PB Blaster when I get her
back, hopefully I can loosen it up enough to adjust
the toe-in. Will have to do the same for the tie-rods
as they appear to be frozen. SWEEEEEt. Stupid rust.
--- bob.rossato at att.net wrote:
> I think Sandy may be referring to the lower trailing
> arm, which has the toe adjustment.
> Anyway, between the two views it should cover it.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: s-car-list-bounces at audifans.com
> > [mailto:s-car-list-bounces at audifans.com]On Behalf
> Of Sandy Sligh
> > Sent: Wednesday, April 28, 2004 4:52 PM
> > To: s-car-list at audifans.com
> > Subject: [s-cars] Anyone have an exploded view
> > In the rear suspension, the transverse links
> > rear wheel camber. There is another support that
> > below and to the rear of the transverse link that
> > simply labelled "support" in the Bentley. It
> > and holds the rear wheel toe-in. It is connected
> > the hub with a bolt/bushing combo and to the
> > trapezoidal arm with two nut/bolt combos inserted
> > through slotted holes. I need an exploded view of
> > this support piece.
> > Shop broke one of these two bolts and wont attempt
> > repair without a diagram to refer to. A request
> > been sent to the dealer but they're dragging their
> > feet big time. Was hoping to maybe scoop them and
> > the diagram to them myself.
> > S
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