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their isnt one and only the dealer can top them up with a special tool .if this is a 1996 then it does have a dipstick as it was about this time they changed ,their is a rubber bung on intermediate models fill to teh top here but if no bung then its a sp?cial tool to fill from below .
noises are very difficult to diagnose from afar but....as audi use a few rubber bushes for the front suspension,and at approx 70/80k the whole front suspension needs re bushing,im gonna stick my neck out and say you would be wise to go to an audi dealer and pay for a diagnostic check and pray it aint them...... steering vague,car wandering,thumps/bangs,all symptoms.....(when taking cars back in px,we ALWAYS check for this,as its mega expensive).
This is a manual transmission? If so the clutch probably needs to be replaced. When you say "VIOLENTLY" what is going on, what is the road speed, what are the RPMs at? The more specific information the better. And this problem ONLY occurs between gear changes, right? The other times, everything is normal?
It's the wheel bearing. Guaranteed. Just replaced mine. Go to Audiworld tech articles for step by step instructions on how to test the wheel bearings. They must have been put in wrong last time or they just went out again.
After a jump start because of no electrical power, the car will run rough for several days (expected) while it adjusts to your driving habits. I'm not sure about the gears, but I'd try to drive with it like that for a few days and see if it returns to normal.