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S4 (B8 Platform) DiscussionDiscussion forum for the B8 Audi S4 produced from 2009-present
I just saw the blog regarding sports diff leak and decided no way my car had that leak. With 4,200 miles on it and with a 9/2010 build date. Audi would have worked out all the bugs by then..right? Got a good (keeping fingers crossed) water pump..but a bad thermostat..but the thermostat according to my Serv Rep is a precautionary service..which i do believe..but still got the recall letter. Now with me thinking about taking my car in for the thermostat replacement I thought I would just take a look at the diff to see if what people were talking about is happening to my car. And YES it is. Dang..can't Audi do some torture testing before selling to the public or are we the unwilling testers for Audi. So by 2012 or after the new customers may get a pretty good product. The leak however may just be grease from the CV joints as documented by TSB #2026049/1 and not diff fluid. Taking the car in tomorrow at 4 and will keep you guys updated. Also they are going to change my oil since it is so close to 5k. Anything else that needs to be checked..update the MMI etc.