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Re: how to replace a dipstick funnel on a 2003 Audi A4
There's a metal bracket that the plastic tube clips to at the top. The 2 little tabs on each side clip it to the bracket. once u unclip it, it "should" pull straight up. The one I did yesterday broke into a bunch of pieces. I had to break it off and pry the last bit off with a prybar. the new one snaps right down on.
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Hi Amelnicov, I have the same car as yours but 2003, and do not have the dipstick for the autogearbox, mine is a Motronic and you have to go to the official agency where they have an scanner named Vag 912 , the quantity is messured by cheking the temperature of the ATF with this scanner. Sorry by my english.
Power steering fluid level checking:
- vehicle stationary
- front wheels in straight ahead position
- engine at normal operating temperature
- remove cap with dipstick from expansion tank and wipe off
- reinstall cap with dipstick and remove again
- fluid level between "min" and "max" markings
- top off with G 002 000 hydraulic oil if necessary
Power steering system capacity is around 1 liter, but it is not necessary to periodic change the hydraulic oil! If oil level has dropped to the "min" marking, check power steering system, including hoses and lines. It is not enough simply to top off the hydraulic oil !!!
Inside the boot is a plastic cap embeded in the boot liner. Remove the cap to reveal a screw. Undo the screw and the whole rear light cluster will come away in a sideways and not rearward direction to reveal all of the bulbs. Hope this helps.