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After going through a fair amount of preparation especially studying closely baysideS4’s excellent piece on much the same operation on an S4. I thought someone out there might appreciate an account of replacing the auxiliary water pump on a 2001 A6 2.7T 6-speed, with notes of a few differences and one or two alternative approaches. ..

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Hi everyone, So I pulled the motor on my B5 S4 early this summer and had gone through a lot of the material online to get ready for it, and there was nothing really complete, every place was missing bits and pieces. So I thought that while pulling my motor I would have a checklist ..

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How to Remove Audi S4 Headliner   Remove all 4 “Oh S***” handles. They are attached with two torx bit screws. Flip the cover down that covers the screw and take them out. This picture shows the cover over the torx screw: (I had already removed the handle, this is just for demonstration purposes) Here ..

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So this is the procedure to replace the more often than not faulty fresh air intake temperature sensor. Common symptoms for a faulty unit would be as follows. 1. Air conditioning compressor shuts off randomly, blowing outside temperature at you. 2. The read out temperature on your lcd screen fluctuates and is often wrong by ..

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As requested, this is the write up how to install your depo ecodes. I am not responsible for any damages that may occur during install. Procede at your own risk. Tools Needed: Utility Knife Assorted Screw Drivers Drill Wire Cutters Shrink Wrap Lighter Band Saw Additional Supplies: 9006 Headlight Bulb Connectors Lexan Weather Stripping Step ..

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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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