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Where do i locate the exhaust gas temperature sensor on a 2001 audi allroad quattro

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On the exhaust manifold. One on each side.

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SOURCE: 2003 Audi A4 Quatro, 1.8 Cooant Temperature Sensor

The sensor you have described is the radiator coolant temp sensor, the one you want (that often becomes faulty) is located directly at the back of the engine on a pipe between the engine and the bulk head. It is very tight to get to. The sensor is usually green or black, you will need to use a very long flat blade screw driver to remove the 'c' shaped clip (I think its the same clip you would of seen on the rad) I reccommend you try and get a spare clip as they can be easily dropped! With the clip out you can ease the sensor up and out, its prob easier to leave the connector on untill removed. Replace the seal if possible. When refitting the new sensor ease it in gently to avoid damaging and put the clip in which ever way is easier (if i remember correctly the clip can go back in the other side to which it came out- this way is much easier!) Hope this helps.
Avoid doing it when the cars hot, and even if its warm release the pressure by undoing the coolant bottle cap carefully. You shouldnt lose too much coolant when changing sensor. Let me know if you want anymore info.

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SOURCE: temperature sensor audi a4

Possibly located at the back of the engine behind cylinder head, usually located in a small plastic hose block.


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SOURCE: how to remove rear seat from 2001 Audi allroad

Not 100% sure on yours but normally you'll either have a couple of bolts way down under seat cushion at front, near floor, or in some cases, you have to push seat cushion back toward rear window, hard & lift, to pop it out of notched catch under it.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Misreading outside temperature sensor on 2001 Audi A4

Ford has the same problem with their sensor, internally short out or come lose check to make sure it is plugged tightly, if it do a quick visual of the wires and make sure no nicks,cuts in the wire, if nothing can be seen to fix replace the sensor.

Posted on May 02, 2009

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SOURCE: location of fuel filter on a 2001 audi tt quattro

On a 2001 Audi TT Quattro the fuel filter is located forward of the fuel tank, in the right rear wheel well area. The fuel line clamps are a bit tricky. The change will improve performance. The owners manual does not even list changing the filter. But do it! use a Fram, and it fit perfectly. Good luck.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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Hi, I have a late 2001 Audi Allroad quattro and I'm having a problem troubleshooting the the coolant system...I have replaced a clutch for the fan, checked the coolant type, level and problem...

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4- Has the engine got a new coolant since original one. It needs a complete flush through the heater coil.
5- If you have an overheat then this is a serious problem due to the water jacket gets clogged up. Need a professional shop to fix.
6- If you don't have an overheat problem then just doing # 4 will take care of your problem. Good luck.

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