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  1. Re: A6 C6 3.0 TDI V6 'Misfire' after fuel pump replacement 
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    Quote Originally Posted by naturalscience View Post
    Complete B.S?? JD Power just lies because they get a payoff from Toyota. Look who made the top two best rated cars last year. Kia and Hyundai. Or it were both Kia's. I'm not going to get in to an argument on this forum because I own an Audi and respect everyone's decision to purchase one. So lets agree to disagree. Let's move on to my puddle of oil under my car.

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    Exacly, everyones choice.
    And cars are very similar reliability wise no matter what badge says, but very different in drive quality.
    For sensible buyer there is never choice Audi or Kia. Thats why not a big deal what this fake best made car award says.
    It doesnt matter if car dont break down that often if it is a piece of crap from its very birth.
     
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  2. Re: A6 C6 3.0 TDI V6 'Misfire' after fuel pump replacement 
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renars View Post
    Exacly, everyones choice.
    And cars are very similar reliability wise no matter what badge says, but very different in drive quality.
    For sensible buyer there is never choice Audi or Kia. Thats why not a big deal what this fake best made car award says.
    It doesnt matter if car dont break down that often if it is a piece of crap from its very birth.
    I agree. You couln't give me a Kia for free. I'm just saying parts and repair costs are extremely high even compared to MB and BMW. I don't exactly know why? I have owned all three and personally would put BMW at the bottom, and MB at the top. At least pre 99 and post 2008 maybe. The years Chrysler didn't almost destroy the company with integrating their junk technology and garbage parts with MB. Buy an 80s or 90s MB and you will understand why they are legendary. Take care. This poor guy who posted his question needs some answers not a big argument.

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    Maybe EGR cooler has some issues as it struggles when car heats up and EGR gasses are recirculater throught cooler.
     
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    I wish I could help but I'm clueless when it comes to diesel. I have some strange tricks Ive learned about the A/C ESP system, battery stuff, suspension on the C6 3.2. Sorry I can't help

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    Have to say I like and have driven Land rovers for years, they arent the best and if you cant wave a spanner they will bankrupt you!

    The wife on the other hand is on her third audi amd all have been superb cars and apart from servicing (done by me) batteries/brakes normal everyday stuff etc they havent needed anything else at all.
    Slight lie as her latest one has just had the headlmap washer leak all over the shop.
     
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    Great help here guys!.....

    Renars - the EGR is completely blanked off and mapped out so cannot be that causing an issue
     
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