HA, yeah, that isn't happening LOL!
I had a budget of under $30k but I'd stretch it a bit if the car was worth it.
Solid point there. I also noticed a similar trend when I was searching on car websites.
What it really comes down to is the question of what are some common issues with these V6...
I think I may be coming back to owning a TDI here very shortly and I think I've narrowed it down to being most likely the Q5 TDI. But I'd also consider the A6, A7, or even A8 TDI. BIGGEST issues I've had is finding a clean well taken care of example of any of the above cars.
So I'm wondering...
I came here to recommend exactly this fluid :D
I had Gear 300 75w90 and found it to be far too notchy when cold and even when warm it was a bit stiff.
MT-LV smoothed things out like butta! :D
I actually drove on a few of the roads listed when I visited Toronto last year. People were definitely going a bit faster than the posted speed limit. I recall doing 110-120kph to keep up with traffic.
A DSG tune won't put any additional stress on the engine. Again please watch the YouTube video I posted above to show a very happy customer with a KermaTDI DSG tune. It reprogrammed the shift points to, in short, keep the engine in it's high-efficiency rev range :cool:
If the steering wheel is indeed installed incorrectly then when you go lock to lock it will seem to turn more in one direction vs the other. This is very rarely the case. And I was going by what you wrote in your last post...
I actually had done a steering wheel swap on my mk6 and fudged the...
That is NOT the correct way of fixing a alignment issue!!
The proper way is to get the dealership or a alignment shop to get everything in spec with the steering wheel at dead center. If it's a tiny bit off and the shop aligns the car like that then that will be "center". If they can't fix it...
It's there, ShopDAP shows how to use it in detail on a couple of videos on youtube.
Here's a playlist for all the videos: