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    RS6 service schedule with part numbers

    There seems to be a new thread every week pertaining to maintenance intervals and the associated part numbers, so here we go, maybe we can get this sticky'd .

    25000 miles
    Change engine oil/ oil filter (078 115 561 K)
    Reset service reminder display
    Check:
    windshield washer, wipers
    tires, and spare wheel
    Road test and check kickdown, steering, electrical, h-vac systems, power accy's.

    35000 miles
    Change engine oil/ oil filter (078 115 561 K)
    Reset service reminder display
    Replace cabin pollen filter (4B0 819 439 C)
    Replace spark plugs (101 000 063 AC)
    Clean air filter housing and replace filter elements (077 133 843)
    Clean intercooler hoses
    Replace fuel filter (6N0 201 511 A)
    Relplace: Timing belt (078 109 119 J)
    Relay roller (077 109 244 C) x2
    Tensioner lever (077 109 485 F)
    Tensioner dampener (077 109 479 D)
    Roller (077 109 244 E)
    Water pump (077 121 004 P)
    Gasket (078 121 043 A)
    Thermostat (077 121 113 D)
    O-ring (+N 901 368 02)
    Ribbed belt (077 903 137 Q)
    Clean radiator and condenser externally
    Clean intercooler externally
    Check on board diagnostics for fault memory
    Check tires and spare
    Lubricate door hinges
    Clean and lubricate sunroof mechanism

    45,000 miles
    Change engine oil/ oil filter (078 115 561 K)
    Reset service reminder display
    Check:
    windshield washer, wipers
    tires, and spare wheel
    Road test and check kickdown, steering, electrical, h-vac systems, power accy's.

    55,000 miles
    Change engine oil/ oil filter (078 115 561 K)
    Reset service reminder display
    Replace cabin pollen filter (4B0 819 439 C)
    Replace spark plugs (101 000 063 AC)
    Clean air filter housing and replace filter elements (077 133 843)
    Clean intercooler hoses
    Replace fuel filter (6N0 201 511 A)
    Clean radiator and condenser externally
    Clean intercooler externally
    Check on board diagnostics for fault memory
    Check tires and spare
    Lubricate door hinges
    Clean and lubricate sunroof mechanism

    65,000 miles
    Change engine oil/ oil filter (078 115 561 K)
    Reset service reminder display
    Check:
    windshield washer, wipers
    tires, and spare wheel
    Road test and check kickdown, steering, electrical, h-vac systems, power accy's.

    75,000 miles
    Change engine oil/ oil filter (078 115 561 K)
    Reset service reminder display
    Replace cabin pollen filter (4B0 819 439 C)
    Replace spark plugs (101 000 063 AC)
    Clean air filter housing and replace filter elements (077 133 843)
    Clean intercooler hoses
    Replace fuel filter (6N0 201 511 A)
    Relplace: Timing belt (078 109 119 J)
    Relay roller (077 109 244 C) x2
    Tensioner lever (077 109 244 C)
    Tensioner dampener (077 109 479 D)
    Roller (077 109 244 E)
    Water pump (077 121 004 P)
    Gasket (078 121 043 A)
    Thermostat (077 121 113 D)
    O-ring (+N 901 368 02)
    Ribbed belt (077 903 137 Q)
    Clean radiator and condenser externally
    Clean intercooler externally
    Check on board diagnostics for fault memory
    Check tires and spare
    Lubricate door hinges
    Clean and lubricate sunroof mechanism

    85,000 miles

    Change engine oil/ oil filter (078 115 561 K)
    Reset service reminder display
    Check:
    windshield washer, wipers
    tires, and spare wheel
    Road test and check kickdown, steering, electrical, h-vac systems, power accy's.

    95,000 miles
    Change engine oil/ oil filter (078 115 561 K)
    Reset service reminder display
    Replace cabin pollen filter (4B0 819 439 C)
    Replace spark plugs (101 000 063 AC)
    Clean air filter housing and replace filter elements (077 133 843)
    Clean intercooler hoses
    Replace fuel filter (6N0 201 511 A)
    Clean radiator and condenser externally
    Clean intercooler externally
    Check on board diagnostics for fault memory
    Check tires and spare
    Lubricate door hinges
    Clean and lubricate sunroof mechanism

    Note:

    Replace brake fluid ever two years regardless of mileage.
    Pat - Eisenmann race exhaust, Catless downpipes, KW V3's, H-Sport sways, 034 Control arms, Apikol diff mount, Sterns motor mounts, Forge dv's, Stainless brake lines, Venair hoses, Sportec vent mod, Euro tails, Viper Tuned ecu/tcu, DPE S20's 19x9.5, 275/30/19's

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    YOU, sir, are awesome.....no matter what everyone else says behind your forum back...
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    Greatly needed info, should definitely be a permanent sticky
    2003 RS 6______________________________________________
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    H-Sport Sway Bars/5 Bar FPR/ABT Aluminum pedals/MTM TCU Chip

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    ah beat me too it! I just posted the AoA Maintenance Schedule and then saw this

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    Quote Originally Posted by p3u View Post
    ah beat me too it! I just posted the AoA Maintenance Schedule and then saw this
    Part numbers give mine the competitive edge
    Pat - Eisenmann race exhaust, Catless downpipes, KW V3's, H-Sport sways, 034 Control arms, Apikol diff mount, Sterns motor mounts, Forge dv's, Stainless brake lines, Venair hoses, Sportec vent mod, Euro tails, Viper Tuned ecu/tcu, DPE S20's 19x9.5, 275/30/19's

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    Bump

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    Excellent write-up!

    Yes, sticky please

    Just one thing I would add : change ATF and filter - every 2 years or 20,000 miles?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CliveH View Post
    Yes, sticky please

    Just one thing I would add : change ATF and filter - every 2 years or 20,000 miles?
    So add:

    1 01L-325-429-B Strainer
    1 01L-325-443 Gasket
    1 01L-321-371 Gasket
    7 G-052-162-A2 ATF Oil

    Just got copies of all my service records at dealer and mine was done last May at 32K.
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    Had a couple of requests to make a sticky... done

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    Excellent, thanks a lot for the best info.
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    So what's the schedule beyond 95k?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAF View Post
    So what's the schedule beyond 95k?
    There's a noticeable trend that just continues on. Oil changes every 10k, spark plugs/ filters/etc. every 20k, timing belt service every 40k.
    Pat - Eisenmann race exhaust, Catless downpipes, KW V3's, H-Sport sways, 034 Control arms, Apikol diff mount, Sterns motor mounts, Forge dv's, Stainless brake lines, Venair hoses, Sportec vent mod, Euro tails, Viper Tuned ecu/tcu, DPE S20's 19x9.5, 275/30/19's

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    Pat, another part to add to the list: Ignition Coils (06B 905 115 E)
    What's the recommended replacement interval?
    2003 RS 6______________________________________________
    Mugello Blue/Silver Interior/Wood Trim/Warm Weather Package/
    LED Tail lights/RNS-E/DVD Video/OEM S5 19's/Custom Painted Calipers/Full CAT-Less, Nonresonated Milltek/APR DV's/
    H-Sport Sway Bars/5 Bar FPR/ABT Aluminum pedals/MTM TCU Chip

    -------Other Rides
    2007 Cadillac Escalade
    2007 Jeep Compass
    2006 Jeep Commander
    2006 Chevy Colorado Reg Cab
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    Quote Originally Posted by snoopra View Post
    Pat, another part to add to the list: Ignition Coils (06B 905 115 E)
    What's the recommended replacement interval?
    Well, there isn't a recommended interval on coil pack replacement. It's common knowledge that electrical components build resistance with age, but I don't know how it would be measurable in terms of mileage. I would without a doubt say that if one fails you should replace all eight. I guess maybe replace as preventative maintenance at 100k?
    Pat - Eisenmann race exhaust, Catless downpipes, KW V3's, H-Sport sways, 034 Control arms, Apikol diff mount, Sterns motor mounts, Forge dv's, Stainless brake lines, Venair hoses, Sportec vent mod, Euro tails, Viper Tuned ecu/tcu, DPE S20's 19x9.5, 275/30/19's

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    Audi tt guys say replace them at the 50K to 70K interval. The early 225bhp tt's take the exact same coil as ours. Audi uses at least two manufacturers, Hitachi & Beru. Most tt guys think the Hitachi coils are better. I just did all 8 of mine with new plugs & MAF's at 59K and the car runs better than I ever remember.
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    How much was all that together?
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    BUMP and re_sticky please!!!!
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    So does Audi actually have scheduled maintenance interval on auto tranny fluid/filter? Or do folks do the common sense thing and replace every couple of years?

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