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Thread: 2000 A4 Avant 2.8 5spd - Dejavoux

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
    i don't understand the steering wheel? is it black or gray?
    Grey. But the power of the cell phone flash on a picture taken at night is known to do amazing things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DjStarscr3am View Post
    My current company is hiring for 3 diff positions marketing, purchasing and design. Most of the positions here start around $18/hr the marketing one may be more though im not sure.

    http://www.ais-inc.com/Home/Careers
    Not bad, slightly more than the soon to be McDonald's employees
    Oh Yeah!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cegan09 View Post
    Grey. But the power of the cell phone flash on a picture taken at night is known to do amazing things.
    negative... its like a light brown... it had that much shit on it

    Here is an up close pic of it



    you can see the color of it through the caked on shit
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    so the wheel doesn't match the rest of the dash which appears to be grey?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin.b View Post
    Holy crap, that made a difference.

    Did you have a three day gear oil fight while hotboxing cigars to create the before pic?

    -Justin
    A lot of the dirt came from a dirty hippy... the first owner... The second owner wasn't any better. I did a few test panels before I bought it to see if it would clean up before I bought it... I was confident it would clean up, just not that way
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    Quote Originally Posted by cegan09 View Post
    so the wheel doesn't match the rest of the dash which appears to be grey?
    two tone interior... the top of the dash is like a gray mocha... The bottom is a lighter beige. the wheel matches the bottom beige. There was a lot of built on dirt that essentially melted off when I steamed it
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    Think I'm going to pick up a set of S4 seats and S4 steering wheel front seats are garbage
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    Dropped car off for Rear wheel bearing today... May end up doing all my control arms while I'm at it... I made it through 3 B5s with barely doing an oil change... Pretty sure this one is going to take all my money
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    Well finally picked up the A4... Broke speedlife's wheel bearing tool, and then a number of lugs were frozen/stripped... Ended up breaking the stripped lug tool as well. They also replaced the snapped E brake cable(which explains why I could pull the handle to the sky.)

    Had them do a once over and my updated list of to do items:
    Both rear calipers, but might do all 4 since they're so cheap.
    Balance wheels/Tires
    Brakes and Rotors(still have them)
    Serpentine Belt
    Repair ABS Module
    Pass rear tie rod
    Shocks and springs all around?
    Two Front fenders

    Pretty much the servicing of all B5 A4s I've owned rolled in to 1 car
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