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    2003 BMW 330 ZHP<br />2004 Cayenne TT<br />1974 BMW 2002

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  1. Thanks for the advice, my Hankook's on a 330 lasted about 8<>10K. So anything better than that would be great.
  2. I have searched around and some people have replied with answers close to what I am looking for. Work is hammering me right now so I dont have as much time as I would like to peruse the forums :( This is my first SAV, so I am kind of new to the rubber on these guys. I ran Hankook V12's on all my cars in the past (horrible tread wear, but amazingly sticky btw) I have 19inch rims, currently running michelon 275/45 latitude tour HP in the back, and Conti 275/45 4x4 M+S 108's in the front. I live in FL and dont really have a need for AS or M+S..... I have a need for: a summer tire with wet
  3. Kit installed great, parking lot at work (dont tell the boss). No errors or anything driving around the block...... Will update if anything goes wrong
  4. Ive read a handful of threads on this, my warning comes on after a few miles of driving. Warning or not, sometimes it raises up fairly quickly (20 seconds), other times it raises in about a minute. Im lead to believe the rebuild kit can solve my problem, as when a sensor goes bad there are some other problems as well. I did a google search of the VW PN 7LO 698 030, and it turned up a few of the normal sources: ECS, Pelican, RMEuro...... etc. All for $160-$200+ I then came across this link on good 'ol EBAY for $30, thats right, only $30 TYD from England http://www.ebay.com/itm/AUDI-ALLROA
  5. Its revival time!!! This is the most colaborative post Ive found on this issue, My 04 CTT has the same issue. Was anyone able to get this solved?
  6. Got into the door, found the problem. now I need the solution. Behind the door lock grommet, there is a red plastic lever. This lever is supposed to be attached to a metal lever about an inch south by a small hook thing. It appears that the axis that the two levers rotate on is missing some of the spacers, so both levers kind of flop around, thus causing the hook to become detached. Anyone know what part I need, and if so... is it a DIY, or a dealership type of thing?
  7. Charged all night on a good trickle charger, same results with the door lock. Im hoping its something glaringly obvious once I get the door apart.
  8. Nevermind, I found a DIY. I forgot to mention that the interior lights do come on just fine when the door is opened, and the alarm LED's flash as normal.
  9. Any DIY's for getting into the door and taking a look around? I think I might put a charger on it tonight, and see how a fresh charge works in the AM.
  10. Picked up a 2004 CTT last week. Of course it has a slew of problems, some can wait, but this problem is high priority. I have spent about 8 hours (of company time) reading through similar problem posts, but havent found a post with the same symptoms and a confirmed solution at the end. Im not sure if this problem just started, or if I didnt notice it over the first week of ownership. The driver door will not lock. Symptoms: Key FOB button, two horn pumps, two light flashes, alarm is armed, all doors lock but drivers door, I can hear the actuator on that door. Central locking on armrest,
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