Good morning all, I've just past stone henge on the A303 and stopped at the services for bit of breaks, won't be long before I'm picking up my lovely little A2.
Thankfully the guy I bought it off showed me that otherwise I'd of been stumped. Thank you though, I do appreciate any words of wisdomOK can't help you with any of the needed parts. But can advise you that Audi provided a manual release for the fuel flap. In the boot on the right side you will see the access panel grille to get to the rear offside lights. Remove this and you will find a metal rod. Gently pull down on this and the flap will release. Just close the flap normally after you refuel.
Very true plus it's much more enjoyable than a motorway. To honest it didn't skip a beat, it highlighted the tracking and balancing needs doing but i'm having that done today, also the clutch needs investigating but i've been told it could be an issue with old brake fluid so I will have that flushed and renewed asap. All things considered its a little gem for 700 pounds and i already have the bug to make her as mint as i can.Where did you pick it up from? The 303 is a good route home for testing out a newly bought car, fast enough to make progress, but not quite motorway speeds unless on the dual sections, and plenty of service stations to stop and check fluids / investigate odd noises etc!