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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Dear Avid Book Reader.......Some of your local auto parts stores might have these on the back shelf hidden from outta sight and mind. My best bet would be to make a couple of cals to parts stores in your area and see who is carrying them....if ya have already done that....then make the dreaded phone call to the audi dealer and have them ship that little bible of gears out to your humble abode.....thanks for readin and I HOPE I HELPED!!!!!
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
Most likely it's your low brake pads indicator that is making the noise and they need to be replaced soon before rotor damage happens.
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Posted on May 11, 2010
There is likely an eccentric bolt on the lower contorl arm. The one on the arm closest to the bottom center of the wheel hub is the camber adjustment, the other eccentric is the toe adjustment. You really should have it aligned with a computerized alignment machine. Changing the rear camber changes the rear toe and vise versa. It would be nearly impossible to get both within an acceptable range without the proper equipment. You can crudely measure rear toe using a tape measure but you won't know what the thrust angle is and that could cause some serious alignment issues.
Posted on May 17, 2010
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