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If you are talking about your first oil change, it is critical that it be done. Modern engines are built to much tighter tolerances than your father's engine but they still need that first oil change as any metal that is produced by the new engine breaking in must be removed.
If you plan on trading the car in the future, you are going to want a service record that the maintenance was done.
And why spend all the money you did to own an Audi than treat it like a Ford.
Yeah, obviously it isn't the cars first oil change otherwise there wouldn't be a record of the last one done 4,000 miles ago in May...
I have no intention of treating it like a Ford, just asking a very basic question question but I guess I should just keep questions to myself if it will only draw disdain from some when trying to figure out basic maintenance items on a new car. My other VW's manuals say 10,000 miles or once a year depending on which comes first.
the snow screen is a plastic piece the redirects air flow downward in the air filter box where the intake comes from the front. It is eliminated when doing the AWE carbon/apr carbonio intakes to allow for more direct air flow to the filter.
Sorry about that. I had no intention to insult you. I was only trying to help.