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I purchased a new rear wheel bearing kit which also included the axle bolt. For the B5 S4 (’00-’02), there are two different sets of possible front uprights. The early ’00s had aluminum and after that they were changed to cast iron. The cast iron ones have press in bearings as seen below, while the ..

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So, today, we are going to learn how to upgrade your dieing or otherwise insufficient stock fuel pump in the Audi B5 chassis car. Parts: I procured the FP from GermanAutoSupply.com for $185 shipped The Audi V8 Basket(895 201 779 H) and Strainer(895 201 531 A) came from World Impex Inc. These 2 parts weren’t ..

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Like many others have encountered, this crummy hose began to leak on the connector end behind the passenger side of the engine. The coupler and hose are fine, but the metal OEM clamp is garbage. The cost of replacing the entire hose assembly is ~$100 for a new OEM hose… lame. Now you probably could ..

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SAC = Self Adjusting Clutch.  This is a wedge mechanism in the pressure plate that over time & clutch wear, will adjust itself to keep the engagement point of the clutch at the same point.  More importantly, it keeps the holding force consistant, but that’s not what the driver really relates to most of the time. ..

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When the dealer services your car, they are supposed to reset the oil or service interval warning light that comes on in place of your trip odometer when you start your car. It can be temporarily reset, by pushing the odometer reset. But when the ignition is turned off, the service warning will reappear when ..

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So I decided to replace all 4 of my bearings that have 143k miles on them. I tried using the Hub-Shark to remove my old wheel bearing, but that wasn’t going to happen, so I decided to pick up a shop press instead. Even with the press, the bearing housing didn’t want to easily move ..

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Below are the steps I use when swapping out brake pads on my stock brake set up on my 2001.5 B5 S4. 1. Jack up front wheel at appropriate jacking point. If you’re doing the driver’s side wheel, cut the steering wheel hard to the right to better expose the caliper (not yet done in ..

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