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About mistacheese

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    2004 Audi S4
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  1. If you have the money, anything is possible. I think Dr. Ferry would like you to purchase a new one, so they make it very difficult. Local dealer in Ontario Canada made it clear they didn't recommend trying.
  2. The Michelin's are great! I have a set from Canadian Tire and they will warrenty them for free for an 8 dollar charge upfront. Around 500 each they aren't for everyone, but you do get what you pay for.
  3. I will post pics when I can. The Drivers door of my 2006 Turbo S has had the soft finish rubbed off the main speaker cover by a local Ziebart shop, still waiting to see how he will deal with it before I say anything bad. They used an air stream to dry the dash and I guess the 1/2 inch wide window between the two front climate control switches has all sorts of 'goo' behind it. It looks like kids painting with wet paint and straws and blowing long 'snakes' of cloudy crap all behind the window. Is this a piece that I can remove easily? Does anyone know how before I start pulling my dash apar
  4. My understanding after asking around, is that the noise you hear is resonance, not scraping. To compare, resonance is what you hear when someone runs a wet finger around a crystal glass. Scraping is the sound of 'metal on metal' like if you rubbed your keys down the paint, or what people usually hear when there is no pad material left. This would mean as temp and humidity change so would the resonance of the brake components. The hotter the temp, the more obvious any resonace would be. I am trying "CRC" brand "brake quiet" on the back of the pass sun or mon, I will post pics and results.
  5. Hello all, I have been 'creeping this forum for a while and I would like to thank all who provide tips and advice, it has helped me a lot. I have a 'new to me' 06 TS with a horrible squealing when trying to roll slowly, for example drivethrough's and when the guy at a light in front of you turns and you roll ahead a car length. After reading and searching this site, I realize that it is a common issue as the pads are engineered soft for feel, and fade resistance. I love my brakes, but I am sick of everyone staring at me as I stop or roll slowly. I am pretty sure that the noise is the worst
  6. I am no expert, I have only had my 2006 Cayenne for about 2 weeks, I dont know about the v6's but my v8 had a few cracked coils the previous owner hadn't noticed, when I had it fixed, it was so much faster and better on gas then when I test drove it and brought it home. Either way enjoy the new ride, I know I do! Have any reputable dealer check it completly if it isn't being bought from one, and you should be fine. (I am pretty sure the 05's had a cd based nav system that I dont think is updateable through the dealer anymore, 06's and newer are all DVD. Don't know if that will matter as th
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