The 2001 Audi A4's were plagued by this problem. The glass itself is in fact distorted. Any cure, unfortunately, is to replace the windshield. this should be covered under warranty since this is a defect.
The headlamp trim is easy as pie; go ahead, they can't really botch that up too badly.Cliff330i said:I searched the archives and found a few things on this matter. You know, I just hate to have the dealer start ripping things off my car and replacing them. In addition, I didn't get the titainium head light inserts. Instead, I got black ones and for a while I was pissed but, I thought it was better not to have them open the covers and replace them. I don't know, maybe it's a stupid philosophy but I rather not have anyone tinker with my car is necessary. Now my windshield is a different story. It's a saftey issue as well. I will have to think about it. Thanks for the reply everyone. -C