The other day I was listening to my friend explain about his current model Audi A4 1.
8TFSI. This car is an amazing car, not because of how it drives or how it performs, but because of all of its systems (it does also drive well by the way). The car is packed full of electronics and sensors that would make the world’s most advanced fighter aircraft seem obsolete. Let me tell you readers why I say this Audi is among the world’s most complicated piece of machinery made by man, and why it is actually the catalyst towards machines taking over the world.
This isn’t a car, it’s a space station. This friend of mine took it to a garage who is in good relations with the Audi Club Malaysia members. He took it to get the engine oil and the filter changed as he regularly does at the garage, but they found that the fluid filled engine mount was leaking. This being an Audi, the first thing the garage owner does to properly ensure that there is indeed a leak in the mountings is to plug in the VAG fault code reader (like in the photo below) to see whether there is a leak or not.
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