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Re: '84 GT fixes
On Thu, 13 Jul 1995, wallace david wrote:
> 1. The passenger side seat is real loose and upon inspection I see what
> looks like a plastic fitting sitting inside the rail, which is also
> attached to the seat. This plastic piece is broken.Is this the cause
Yes. The little palstic piece is what shims the seat in place and keeps
it from rattling/creaking around. The way the seat tracks are designed,
the plastice keeps it snug. You probably wouln't have to spend too much
on it from a dealer. My car needs one too.
> 2. does a person have to be double jointed to change the air filter?
>From what I've heard, yes.
> 3. Where can I get a good manual for this auto...Haynes manuals suck.
If you want the "Audi Bible", get a Bentley. This is the factory manual
for Audi/VW/etc. The cost a small fortune, but fi you intend to keep the
car, get it. They're about $90.
The University of Akron Sociology Department-------Akron, Ohio
1987 Audi 4000S, 1.8L 4-cyl, FWD-----SOLO II D-Street Prepared
- '84 GT fixes
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