[V8] Seat Debris
David.Coleman at blackrock.com
Thu Mar 16 13:18:33 EST 2006
Moving the seat should have no ill effect, since that piece is some part
of the return mechanism for either the clutch or brake pedal. I had it
fall on my feet (spring broken in 2 or 3 places, still within the white
plastic casing) about 2 years ago and the only issue has been that I
need to tug the clutch pedal back a bit with my toe in order for the
cruise to engage. It bothers me to no end, but the job just looks a
bit too much like work. Plus, I haven't found a good replacement
> -----Original Message-----
> From: v8-bounces at audifans.com
> [mailto:v8-bounces at audifans.com] On Behalf Of S_Matus
> Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2006 12:32 PM
> To: V8
> Subject: [V8] Seat Debris
> I hope someone can help identify a part that came from under
> my seat from a HARD stop. Of course it lodged under my feet,
> causing interference with safe motoring.
> It is a red spring about 1" in diameter (broken in 3 pieces)
> that is encased in a white delrin housing. Each end of the
> housing has a fork shaped cradle which looks like it is
> riding on a greased rod.
> How soon do I need to repair this? Are these "springs" still
> available or used only?
> I will not move the seat adjustment for fear I'll damage
> something major.
> '91 V8QM
> '03 RS6 (finally painted and let the assembly begin)
> '02 allroad (wife's)
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