Question about 2003 Audi A4 Cabriolet
Timing belt took to a audi dealer said it will cost 1200 dollars to fix. Ithink this is very high to fix.
Nope, that's about right at an Audi dealership for parts and labor. Find an independent shop that specializes in European cars and talk with them - you'll probably be quoted more around $700-800 for the job, because they don't charge $100+ per hour like Audi does, and may allow you to supply the parts to them (check out www.ecstuning.com and www.purems.com for timing belt kits - they're around $250 or so).
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