After panamared told me about it I complained to Audi right away. I figure, why not? It's ridiculous that something that's used that much is made of such soft material. If you guys ever need the company's name that sold me my replacement let me know. It's still working great and like I said before in this thread, all of the $#!tty plastic parts are replaced with metal ones.this happened to me too man i had my driver and passenger go out and i heard if more people complain to audi that they might refund your money and have a recall. but i dont know if that is true
Ebay. I think the guys name was "goingfast_ny" but I'm sure you'll find what you're looking for. Be sure to get a picture of the actual product. I was a bit surprised that my reg. didn't look like the stock one in the supplied picture and had to check the box to make sure that the wrong one wasn't grabbed off the shelf. It was the correct match and like I said in one of the previous post, I was happy to see that much of the cheap plastics were replaced with metal. It all still works too so I can't complain. (knock on wood)Yeah, where did you get your replacement regulator?
After having the dealer replace my passenger side regulator to the tune of about $600 (about $120 was the crappy Audi regulator), I decided to replace my own when the driver's side died. AutoPartsWarehouse is where I found mine. They sell both the poorly designed mostly plastic one from Audi as well as one with metal parts and a better design by Pimax. I went with the latter, and it was cheaper.Yeah, where did you get your replacement regulator?