Question about Audi A3
Secondhand Audi A3, 2.0 Ambition, 185 000km, full service history and accident free
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Probably a, or both front CV (constantly variable) joints in the front half-shafts (the driveshafts that run from your transmission to both your front wheels) are going bad. Not a too uncommon problem. They run about 150-160$ Canadian dollars a piece for remanufactured front shafts (from NAPA Auto Parts). Not too sure about labour cost, could be a few hundred dollars.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
SOUNDS ALONG THE LINES OF FRONT SUSPENSION STRUT POP INTO A STEERING SHOP THEY SHOULD NOT CHARGE YOU TO HAVE A LOOK AT YOUR CAR DON'T MENTION WHAT YOU THINK IS WRONG WITH IT JUST SEE WHAT THEY COME UP WITH BESTALUCK HOPE THIS IS HELPFUL GLENN
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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