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    Audi does not specify an interval for trans fluid changes stating that it's "lifetime fluid". I personally do mine every 20k miles, but every 40k would probably be sufficient.
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    As V8weight mentioned, Audi says the fluid is for life, how long that life is becomes debatable. ZF who manufacturers the transmission on the other hand, says that under heavy and severe use (I think 450~500bhp constitutes severe) to change it ever 60K.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hahnmgh63 View Post
    As V8weight mentioned, Audi says the fluid is for life, how long that life is becomes debatable. ZF who manufacturers the transmission on the other hand, says that under heavy and severe use (I think 450~500bhp constitutes severe) to change it ever 60K.
    good info, thx...I agree with the people that actually make the transmission

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    Quote Originally Posted by V8weight View Post
    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 (077 109 244 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)
    Hi, all!

    It seems that there is an error in part number list for timing belt service (35000 and so on).
    You've stated part number 077 109 244 C both for rollers and tensioner lever.
    The actual number for tensioner lever is 077 109 485 F.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STM View Post
    Hi, all!

    It seems that there is an error in part number list for timing belt service (35000 and so on).
    You've stated part number 077 109 244 C both for rollers and tensioner lever.
    The actual number for tensioner lever is 077 109 485 F.

    Well spotted. Updated.
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    Audi dealer mails me via usps and letter says "its time for your 70,000 mile service" and they include a coupon for 10% off but do not list what needs done. According to the list below there is no "70,000 mile service interval" Can anyone advise on what they make of this?

    I do understand that with my RS6 currently at 70,xxx it's time for me to start saving for the major service @ 75,000. Thniking of paying Dion a visit in NJ for that....

    Quote Originally Posted by V8weight View Post
    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.

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    I just got the same letter/coupon from the dealer for 90000 service.

    Dealer doesn't know their ass from a hole in the ground sometimes.

    Stick with the listed intervals you referenced.
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    Post Additional items at 95K

    The following items should be included with the 95K maintenance:

    01E transmission
    Spec Stage 2+ clutch
    flywheel
    A6 6 speed components
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    FYI;

    G052167A2 (Castol TXT 505 01 Oil) has been superseded by G052167M2 (Castrol Edge Turbo Diesel Oil)
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    Quote Originally Posted by marklar182 View Post
    FYI;

    G052167A2 (Castol TXT 505 01 Oil) has been superseded by G052167M2 (Castrol Edge Turbo Diesel Oil)

    Thanks! Just checking are we sure it is ok to use oil for Turbo Diesel Applications in the RS6? Also does anyone have a good & economical online supplier of everything needed for an oil change? Thinking Filter and Oil, not sure if new drain plug is needed? TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by nistah View Post
    Thanks! Just checking are we sure it is ok to use oil for Turbo Diesel Applications in the RS6? Also does anyone have a good & economical online supplier of everything needed for an oil change? Thinking Filter and Oil, not sure if new drain plug is needed? TIA

    Nistah
    TXT was actually a diesel app oil

    I use ECS for fluids and filters. Genuine doesnt ship fluids unfortunately.

    As for the drain plug, I change the gasket only N0138503. If yours is getting rounded out it might be a good idea to change the whole plug (028103059A + N0138503).
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    I get my oil from autozone rotella t6 high temperature and my filter from my parts store. Cost me about $45 per oil change.
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    Any changes in engine oil required due to the severe reduction of zinc additive lately ?
    This was done to protect sensors in pollution sensors for late model cars, but does a lot of damage
    especially on cars with tappets, but also on more modern engines.

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    Question for the experts: I'm about to buy an RS6 with 124k miles. Timing belt was last done in 2013 for the 75k mile service. I'm curious how folks manage their 100k+ services... Do you simply restart the first "35k" service schedule at 115k miles (40k miles after the last timing belt), and adjust everything off of that? Maybe I answered my own question, just curious whether folks have made deviations after 100k.

    I also found a service schedule from an import shop that said airbag replacement is every 14 years, regardless of mileage... does anyone do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AudiPilot View Post
    Question for the experts: I'm about to buy an RS6 with 124k miles. Timing belt was last done in 2013 for the 75k mile service. I'm curious how folks manage their 100k+ services... Do you simply restart the first "35k" service schedule at 115k miles (40k miles after the last timing belt), and adjust everything off of that? Maybe I answered my own question, just curious whether folks have made deviations after 100k.

    I also found a service schedule from an import shop that said airbag replacement is every 14 years, regardless of mileage... does anyone do this?
    you will perform the 40k intervals for timing belt, etc.
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    I saw that airbag notice in the manual as well, but after some research I found and article that covered this concern on The Telegraph. There is an industry standards committee called 'Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders' that as of 2010 based on their research changed their original replacement recommendation (10 years) and updated one (15 years) to 'never' based on long-term testing results.

    For the rest of the maintenance items the way I look at this as a recent buyer is that no matter how rosy of a picture the previous owner may have given the only way to be sure of your current state is to get it done, especially for the items that carry risk of damage if not attended to (that would be timing belt and company for sure!) so in the spirit of Nike, Just do it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JakeLight View Post
    I saw that airbag notice in the manual as well, but after some research I found and article that covered this concern on The Telegraph. There is an industry standards committee called 'Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders' that as of 2010 based on their research changed their original replacement recommendation (10 years) and updated one (15 years) to 'never' based on long-term testing results.

    For the rest of the maintenance items the way I look at this as a recent buyer is that no matter how rosy of a picture the previous owner may have given the only way to be sure of your current state is to get it done, especially for the items that carry risk of damage if not attended to (that would be timing belt and company for sure!) so in the spirit of Nike, Just do it!
    Thanks for that update! The reference I had with the airbag mention was 2010, so sounds like it was superseded by what you cited.

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