Originally Posted by dpeverhart
There was a TSB? Does that mean I shouldn't have paid for it?
No. Audi service sucks.
They issue a TSB instead of a recall so they can decide who pays and who doesn't. Unless you are the original owner and the car has been serviced at Audi, forget it.
BTDT with the local dealer and Audi of America.
Their contention: car is out of warranty.
My contention: warranty period not applicable since nothing is broken; car is functioning as designed. Design flaw should be corrected at Audi expense.
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