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    need help!!!

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    so im very new to audi, i just bought one a couple weeks ago for a very good price but it needs a new transmission range sensor, i know its a very expensive fix but i cant find any info about them or where to even find one. also i was wondering if i got a used one from somewhere would that still work? or is this a stealership part only? any info would be helpful

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    Senior Member Two Rings TozoM8's Avatar
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    My Garage
    Black on black 01 Twin Turbo S8, 6MT, built in SRX 01' allroad 2.7T
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    So.....what did you buy?
    01' black on black twin turbo S8 with 6 speed manual (euro TDI 6th gear), RNS-E, Passport SRX

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    its a 2004 A4 1.8t...it still drives for now but i have to use tip tronic mode only, just tryin to avoid paying $2,000 to fix it

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    Senior Member Two Rings TozoM8's Avatar
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    My Garage
    Black on black 01 Twin Turbo S8, 6MT, built in SRX 01' allroad 2.7T
    Location
    Chicago

    Here
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Standard-Mot...item1c1d45b022
    It is on the driver's side of the trans behind the trans mount. Takes 2-3 hours to replace it.
    01' black on black twin turbo S8 with 6 speed manual (euro TDI 6th gear), RNS-E, Passport SRX

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    exactly what i was looking for, thanks alot! much better than the $1,034 price the dealership was saying



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