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Old January 1st 06, 04:44 AM posted to alt.autos.audi
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The local Audi dealership has not, in my opinion, made a good faith
effort to resolve a problem with the fuel gauge in my 2003 A4 that has
persisted for more than three months. Is there someone higher up in
the Audi chain of command who I should approach with the problem and
if so, what would be the most effective method of contacting them
(e.g. telephone, e-mail, letter)? Thanks for any advice.
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Old January 1st 06, 03:25 PM posted to alt.autos.audi
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how 'bout
www.audiusa.com
and "Contact Us"
(paraticularly if your USA).

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> The local Audi dealership has not, in my opinion, made a good faith
> effort to resolve a problem with the fuel gauge in my 2003 A4 that has
> persisted for more than three months. Is there someone higher up in
> the Audi chain of command who I should approach with the problem and
> if so, what would be the most effective method of contacting them
> (e.g. telephone, e-mail, letter)? Thanks for any advice.
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