Audi A8 D3 4E Air spring shock absorber air suspension strut rear left

  • Short supply
  • Item no.: LF00-001C-6891
  • Shipping weight: 4,00 kg
  • Product weight: 4,00 kg
  • Shipping time: 1 - 3 workdays
  • Our price : 199,00 €
  • including 16% VAT., plus shipping (Paket)
  • Recommended retail price: 2.204,25 €
  • You save 91%, that is 2.005,25 €
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This offer includes a new air spring from Miessler AutomotiveŽ - original quality & design.
This is a repair kit for the complete suspension strut.
This type of repair kit is not available as an original spare part.
This means that you would have to buy a complete strut.
Repairing the strut makes sense only if the shock absorber still has a sufficient efficiency.
This repair kit should not be used for oil end shock absorbers. In this case, we cannot give a two-year warranty.
If you decide to buy a complete shock absorber from us, we will pay you 50 EURO for your old, original Audi air strut.
It can be installed in the following vehicles:
Audi A8 (D3/4E) 2002-2010
Audi S8 (D3/4E) 2002-2010
Original spare part numbers (shock absorbing strut):
4E0 616 001 N; 4E0616001N
4E0 616 001 F; 4E0616001F
4E0 616 001 M; 4E0616001M
4E0 616 001 P; 4E0616001P
4E0 616 001 Q; 4E0616001Q
4E0 616 001 G; 4E0616001G
4E4 616 001 A; 4E4616001A
- Air spring
- Seals
Your advantages:
- Original equipment quality
- Quality assurance by us as a German company
- Much cheaper than authorized repair
- Personal advice
- We as German provider have the European returns policy
- We also have a 2 years warranty
- All shipping methods available
- In Europe, we have the longest experience with air suspension for automobiles in the aftermarket
 - Never lower the vehicle with empty Air Spring Bags.
-Make sure that the air bags are filled before lowering the vehicle.
The supplied residual pressure retaining valve keeps the specific minimum pressure for your vehicle stable.
Otherwise it can lead to an accident.
-Check air suspension system for leaks & Verify after repair if the system is completely sealed.
 The easiest way to check for leaks is by parking the vehicle overnight.
Wait for the automatic readjustment of the system, if your vehicle has this feature.
Measure your vehicle from the ground to the lower edge of fenders on all 4 corners and note.
The next day, check and compare these heights. Even a small deviation of the distances leads to permanent damage to the compressor and the valves.

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