This Audi Part costs 10 TIMES MORE than a VW one! Let’s Fix the S3 Salvage Rebuild Project

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Apparently the dampers on the Salvage Rebuild Audi S3 are broken, even though it drives really well. They cost a lot, even more than the shocks on the V12 Mercedes, but are really worth it.

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38 thoughts on “This Audi Part costs 10 TIMES MORE than a VW one! Let’s Fix the S3 Salvage Rebuild Project

  1. I'd wager it's more likely to be the spring that has weakened, I have the same problem with a saggy driver's side spring on my 2006 A3. P.S. Love the chickens!

  2. I changed my front struts on my b6 passat. I had same issues putting it back together but man it feels good to know when is done. Sad part is I need to replace them again…. cheap struts… never again.

  3. The valving in the original strut could have been damaged in the accident allowing the fluid on either side of the valve to flow freely during compression and rebound. That would compromise the strut but wouldn't cause fluid to leak out.

  4. Definitely want to see more wrenching on stuff — I'm always looking for tips and tricks about fixing cars. That ChrisFix tip was awesome! When I inevitably have to replace the struts on my wife's VW Sportwagen, I will know what to look for!

  5. Audi S3 has an electro magnetic suspension as you already know. On this suspension you can't just throw a new strut or shock in like regular suspension. The vehicles computer needs to know that it got new parts and basically need to reset it.

  6. Like many already have said, the car height it's basically all about springs, not shocks. And if the shocks it's not leaking, and doesn't make any noise while driving turning, we'll can't be bad

  7. More years ago then I care to admit I had a 1978 Camaro and when I needed drivetrain and some other parts I would tell the parts store I was buying for a Monte Carlo because Camaro parts at the time were outrageous, at least where I lived they were.

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