Servicing the Audi Q3 Part 3: Diagnosing Park Assist and Steer Assist

There are times when a concerned owner asks about rear bumper damage and/or observes that the Park/Steer Assist is not offering the values or warnings within the rear camera display. These experiments and tests are with the same Q3 in the service bay (from Part 1 and...
Understanding Porsche 9A1 Oiling Systems

Understanding Porsche 9A1 Oiling Systems

The 9A1 architecture is the current engine Porsche uses in their Cayman/991/GT3 & 4 platforms. It encompasses many models but generally refers to model years 2009 through the current 2018 models, although designations now also include the 9A2.

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Volkswagen Golf Trunk Floor Replacement

Volkswagen Golf Trunk Floor Replacement

The sectioning and replacement procedures for the trunk floor of a 2015 and newer Golf differ from those for prior year models. The new procedures take into account Volkswagen design changes that improve trunk floor reinforcement and corrosion protection. Here you’ll find our tips extracted from the factory-approved repair procedures.

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Audi Fuel Systems

Audi Fuel Systems

With increasing fuel economy standards, modern Audis include technologies to increase fuel efficiency and power. This begins with the fuel supply system, as it directly affects vehicle driving dynamics and efficiency.

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Understanding Porsche Brakes

Understanding Porsche Brakes

The lightweight feature of the vehicles only made the huge braking systems more effective for the so-called “giant killer” known simply as the “356.”

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Audi Climate Control Systems

Audi Climate Control Systems

It’s that time of year again! Time to drag out the A/C refrigerant machine and get out your UV glasses. The summer heat puts modern vehicles to the test for keeping drivers comfortable. Climate control plays a critical role in keeping Audi drivers both comfortable and safe while operating their vehicles.

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VW 01M Speed Sensors

VW 01M Speed Sensors

We had this unusual case with a 2000 Beetle 2.0L with the 01M 4-speed automatic transmission. This particular transmission is also used in the Golf/Jetta versions and we still see them in service. The “unusual” part to this transmission mystery isn’t the transmission itself; it’s how it ended up at the repair facility.

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