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Wipers are made from rubber. The quality of the rubber and its ability to squeegee the water off the glass is what you are actually buying. You get what you pay for. Generic vs Bosch... Obviously one is better and will last longer before ripping or crumbling apart. Wipers come in whats called an assembly that attach to the windshield wiper pole that is ...


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My research shows that there isn't a coolant level sensor (though my research could be flawed) in the A4 1.6L vehicle. It just has a temperature sensor. While this could be your issue, you should change out this sensor since you've already purchased it anyway (it seems the part itself is not that expensive anyway). You'll also want to check to see if there ...


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The damage comes from your differential heating up excessively due to increased load. If you drive slow and keep it short, you can go on for months or even years without a problem. You'll only have a problem if you go on a roadtrip.


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I agree with Daniel, and also comfirmed this with Audi. As long as they are the same size and there isnt a major difference in thread wear you should be fine.


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The simplest answer as to why this is happening would be a problem either with the electronics, or with the dashboard itself. If I remember correctly, vehicles from this manufacturer and age relied on several different electronic control units (ECUs) that worked pretty much independently from each other, so it would seem strange that they would decide to go ...


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Usually when I see multiple things going dead and the gauges stop working like you stated, the first thing I think of is some sort of grounding issue. Hard to diagnose ... even harder to track down.


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Is the ABS/ESP control unit located in the vicinity of the intake manifold? Did you try removing the connector of ABS/ESP control unit?Check whether the ABS/ESP control unit is communicating with the scanner. All the fault codes point to issue in ABS/ESP control unit


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All your codes are from different areas but can be from the same place. It's ABS, Brakes, Axle solenoids and so on. I suppose you or your mechanics forgot to connect one of big connectors with several wires that are causing your problems. Try to look for unplugged connectors under your trunk Good luck!


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