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Latest version 15D453. Meets Specifications: API SL, BMW Longlife 01, M/B 229.5, Audi/VW 502.00 & 505.00.
1983, 1984, 1985 Audi Quattro
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$54.99
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$57.28
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$60.63
Per VAG this latest version replaces all earlier types. Compatible with all colors of Audi/VW coolant / antifreeze for all engines EXCEPT 2015 TDI engine. All TDI customers should verify usage in owners...
Audi A4 Quattro, A6 Quattro, Q5, Q7, A4, S4, A8 Quattro, A3, TT Quattro, S5 & more
VW Jetta, Passat, Golf, Beetle, GTI, Touareg, Rabbit, EuroVan, Tiguan, CC & more
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$29.99
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$31.24
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$28.71
1983, 1984, 1985 Audi Quattro
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$0.49
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$0.51
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$3.70
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For models with ZF automatic transmission.Current ZF part number S671090312.
Acura, Audi, BMW, Honda, Jaguar, Land Rover, VW
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$21.39
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$22.28
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$87.10
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Only for models specifying CHF 11.S hydraulic fluid.
1983, 1984, 1985 Audi Quattro
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$25.99
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$27.07
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$32.34
NON VEHICLE SPECIFIC LISTING: This gear oil is recommended for manual transmission, transaxle, or rear axle differentials requiring specification API GL-5, please verify prior to ordering. Meets specification...
Audi, BMW, Infiniti, Land Rover, Mini, Nissan, Porsche, Saab, Suzuki, Volvo, VW & more
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$21.99
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$22.91
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$27.35
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1983, 1984, 1985 Audi Quattro
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$67.99
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$70.82
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$174.06
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Audi A4 Quattro, A6 Quattro, A4, A6
VW Passat
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$149.99
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$156.24
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$1,146.00
Audi A3, TT Quattro, TT, Q3, Q3 Quattro
VW Jetta, Passat, Beetle, GTI, Tiguan, CC, Tiguan AWD, Eos, Tiguan FWD, Tiguan Limited AWD & more
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$99.99
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$104.16
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$315.00
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Factory specified sealing compound for engine case, cylinder head, valve cover and oil pan where specified.
1983, 1984, 1985 Audi Quattro
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$22.59
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$23.53
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$32.88
Meets manufacturer specification API SN/CF, BMW Longlife 01, MB229.5, VAG 502.00 and 505.00, and Porsche A40. Please verify oil specifications in your owners manual prior to ordering.
1983, 1984, 1985 Audi Quattro
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$49.99
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$52.07
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$65.08
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Audi A4 Quattro, A6 Quattro, Q5, A4, A3, TT Quattro, A5 Quattro, TT, A6, allroad & more
VW Jetta, Passat, Beetle, GTI, Tiguan, CC, Tiguan AWD, Eos, Tiguan FWD, Tiguan Limited AWD & more
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$65.99
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$68.74
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$405.00
Audi A4 Quattro, A6 Quattro, Q7, A4, A8 Quattro, TT Quattro, A6
VW Jetta, Passat, Golf, Beetle, Touareg, EuroVan, Cabrio, Jetta IV, Golf IV, Golf MK4 & more
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$56.99
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$59.36
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$826.15
Audi, BMW, Dodge, Land Rover, Mercedes, Mini, Porsche, Saab, Volvo, VW
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$1.99
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$2.07
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$0.43
Kit includes R134A charging adapters, o-rings and required label. 1 kit per car.
1983, 1984, 1985 Audi Quattro
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$17.79
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$18.53
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$19.38
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Due to numerous supercessions this unit fits many alternators, please specify Bosch number from existing regulator assembly to verify application. 1 per car.
1984 Audi Quattro
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$45.88
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$47.79
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$88.45
1 per car.
Audi, BMW, Mercedes, VW
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$12.89
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$13.43
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$205.11
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Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Saab, Volvo, VW
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$2.19
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$2.28
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$0.88
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Meets approvals Dexron III/VI, VW TL521.62, Mercedes 236.10/236.12/236.14, Esso LT71141(Green Tag), ZF TE-ML11B, please verify specified transmission fluid in owners manual prior to ordering. Equivalent...
1983, 1984, 1985 Audi Quattro
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$86.99
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$90.61
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$64.45
Audi A4 Quattro, A6 Quattro, Q5, Q7, A4, S4, A8 Quattro, S5, A5 Quattro, A7 Quattro & more
Porsche Cayenne, Panamera
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$37.00
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$38.54
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$350.00

Audi “Quattro” refers to a number of models that feature all-wheel drive. The Audi Quattro parts you’ll need for maintenance and repairs depend a great deal on exactly which model you have and how many miles are on the odometer.

Newer vehicles typically need only scheduled oil changes. The Audi Quattro parts involved here are the oil, air filters and fuel filters. An air filter is a minor component, but a dirty one can cost a lot in terms of gas mileage, so you’ll want to make sure this particular discount Audi part is switched out regularly. After about three to four years and 50,000 miles or so, Audi parts that are made of rubber or rubberized material are the next to wear out. These consist of radiator hoses, belts and spark plug wires. All of these are important; 90% of all roadside breakdowns are due to cooling system problems. It’s probably a good idea to keep a set of these Audi Quattro parts in your trunk with the emergency road kit, along with some spare belts, a fuel injector and a screw driver and wrenches. Trying to save money by using cheap spark plug wires is a mistake; if you’ve ever heard a high-pitched whine on your radio that rises and falls with the engine RPMs, you know what that’s about. Spend a little extra on good quality wires with variable pitch winding, and you’ll save money in the long run as well as a great deal of time and trouble.

The easiest way to find the Quattro parts you need is to pop in your Audi's specifications into our fitment tool. From there, we'll provide you with a list of parts guaranteed to fit your ride. Of course, if you have any questions or are having trouble locating a part you need, feel free to chat with one of our auto parts experts using the chat feature in the bottom right hand corner.

The History of the Audi Quattro

“Win on Sunday, sell on Monday” was the motto for Ford dealer and drag racing innovator Bob Tasca Sr. The history of the Audi Quattro follows this same motto in every aspect of its creation. As the Audi engineers were testing the Volkswagen Iltis in Sweden in 1976, Jörg Bensinger noticed that even with 75 horsepower, the all-wheel drive Iltis was handling the harsh conditions with more ease than Audi’s front-wheel drive sedans, despite them having more power. And so the first all-wheel drive rally car was born. Getting power to the rear wheels was easy, but driving the front wheels would be a different story. Transmission experts decided the best solution was to hollow out the shaft and put a front wheel shaft in the middle.

The unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show in March of 1980, revealed the independent suspension, five-speed transmission, and 2.1 liter turbocharged 10-valve 5-cylinder that made the car a legend. Each car was hand built and took a week to make, producing only three per day. With enthusiasm, the new factory race team, Audi Sport, was born. The Quattro was the first rally car with a turbo and all-wheel drive. Due to the timing of the production cycle, Audi had not met the homologation requirements, therefore it entered its first race as a non-competitive entry. The results rendered a finish time 30 minutes before the winner of the competitive race. Once regulations were met and the Quattro was ready to compete, the Audi Sport team finished 2nd, 3rd, and 4th in the driver’s championship, and Audi won their first manufacturer's championship.

As the winnings continued the popularity of the Quattro increased bringing the release of the street car to North America. Audi was selling so many Quattros that they decided to put the Quattro all-wheel drive system into every car produced at the time bringing rise to the ur-Quattro title in efforts to differentiate between the car and the technology. In addition, 224 homologation special Sport Quattro S1s were produced in order to keep up in the horsepower war. It was designed to put out 300 horsepower as compared to the rally version with 450 horsepower. The team continued to add championship titles until the conditions became too dangerous for fans. At this time, Audi dropped out of the competition. In 1987 Audi decided to quit making the ur-Quattro in North America due to the limited number of sales. However, in Europe, the ur-Quattro was upgraded with anti-lock brakes, wider wheels and tires, better handling, and more power. When Audi switched from a 10-valve to a 20-valve engine in the rally cars, they followed suit in the street cars. Audi also made the change from a manually locking center differential to an automatic Torsen limited-slip differential. In terms of looks, the car only had minor tweaks for its entire production run from 1980-1991; however, the signature box flares were constant. In those 11 years, less than 12,000 ur-Quattros were sold, making them a rare masterpiece. The tech features were ahead of their time and the car was a force to be reckoned with.

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