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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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The right side hinge on my glove box door broke and I didn’t want to pay $300 to replace the entire glove box, so I did a few searches and found an AZ member who sells hinge repair kits… His name is Fritz and he goes by PCYC. I figured “what the hell” and ordered ..

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What you need: Time: ~30-45 minutes per downpipe. Tools: Drill (corded and variable speed preferred) Long thick flat head screw driver OR flat punch Any type of deburring bit will work, I recommend one that’s designed for wood rather than metal/concrete this will insure the exhaust pipes don’t get too roughed up. Most are expensive, ..

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