It helps Audi's bottom line is what is so wonderful about the recommended
The same applies to the magical coolant and the superlative oils.
If you use alternatives don't expect Audi to honor any guarantees.
The expensive oils may contain extra additives to limit the damage created
by the extremely long intervals between oil changes. Damage = clogging of
oil passages and ports plus. It is better to change the oil more often and
forget the expensive stuff.
If you don't turn up to your franchised dealer and pay the large fees for
him to do what he pleases you may find your vehicle "disowned", whatever
To avoid all the penalties above - Use the magic stuff, attend the
stealership, don't forget to smile!
On the fluid reservoir of the brake master cylinder you will find a DOT
code, typically 4 DOT, any brake fluid from a reputable manufacturer
matching this code will service your vehicle admirably - just don't expect
VAG to agree!
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