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A4 S4 Quattro.. a step by step Fuel Filter swap.. LOTS of Pictures....

 
Old 04-05-2010, 03:05 PM
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Where are the photos??
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Old 04-05-2010, 04:19 PM
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Check the Tech Articles under the A4 Engine. This post is located there along with the pictures.
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Old 04-06-2010, 06:01 AM
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Got it, thanks bro
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Old 06-28-2010, 02:35 PM
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I can't see the pictures...... anyone know of any other DIY thread that has pictures?
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:01 AM
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I just got a 2002 S4 and need some help. The car temp needle is dead center when driving but at idle sometimes it start to move half way to the hot side. The timing belt , water pump , all that was done at 75k there is 103k on the car now. What areas can I check, clean or replace? Could it be the thermostat not opening up all the way, could evap pump for the PVC be clogged? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Also whatever pictures showing these items would be a HUGE help. Thanks
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Check that all your fans are working. The thermostat "should" have been replaced also when the timing chain was replaced. The passenger side electric fan should engage when the A/C is turned on. The driver side electric "puller" fan is to assist the engine driven fan to cool the engine coolant. I believe it is a two speed fan. Could be a bad fan or just a fuse. I replaced the A/C fan on my 2000 S4 at 170K because the brushes were conpletely worn down and no longer contacting the commutator. Actually got the brushes from a junk yard '98 A4 fan and swapped them in for a $5.00 fix. No one had a new motor in stock.
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Old 07-22-2011, 09:49 PM
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Check that all your fans are working. The thermostat "should" have been replaced also when the timing chain was replaced. The passenger side electric fan should engage when the A/C is turned on. The driver side electric "puller" fan is to assist the engine driven fan to cool the engine coolant. I believe it is a two speed fan. Could be a bad fan or just a fuse. I replaced the A/C fan on my 2000 S4 at 170K because the brushes were conpletely worn down and no longer contacting the commutator. Actually got the brushes from a junk yard '98 A4 fan and swapped them in for a $5.00 fix. No one had a new motor in stock.
you mean "pusher" fan on the driver side, correct? lol it's on the outside of the condenser, so it pushes.
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You are absolutely correct, I meant to say the engine driven fan was a puller and the electric fan
a pusher. Long day I guess. Hope I didn't confuse anyone.
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Old 08-07-2011, 07:52 PM
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Only real problem I had was getting the strap that surrounds the filter off. I had to use a 5mm allen key. It was working fine until the back part of the screw started to turn w/ the front part.. then I wasn't unscrewing anything. I had to cut through the middle of the screw and then when I put it all back together, I used tiewraps to keep it tight up there. other than that... not too bad.
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