Question about 2006 Audi A4
I have a bad TCM module and I don't know where is at, I looked on the passenger side foot well and I did not see it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The main thing with dealing with airbags is to ground yourself before plugging them in. Any electronics shop can sell you an ESD (electrostatic discharge) wrist strap and ground cord for a few dollars. Use this to ground yourself securely to the frame of the car. This gives a pathway for static electricity in your body to discharge into the car, rather than into the airbag connector, potentially blowing the airbags. All the same, whenever possible, don't sit in front of the bag you're installing in case something goes wrong and it does blow.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
SOURCE: Oil for 2007 AUDI A4 2.0t Quatro
The best balance of price, quality, availability that I have found is Mobil1 synthetic - it's on Audi's approved oils list. With the 2.0T engine, you absolutely want to use synthetic (the Audi turbo fours are known for oil sludge issues), and you want to do a SeaFoam treatment every 15k miles or so - that combination will keep your engine in great running shape.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
SOURCE: audi a4 2.8 quattro idle valve
there is no carburetor on these cars , the idle air control valve is an easy thing to change it is on the passenger side near the firewall on the back of the engine buy the new one so you know what it looks like it has a wire connector on top 2 bolts and a gasket behind it just unhook it unbolt it remove the old gasket install the new one with the new gasket and plug it in simple there is no sealer required
Posted on May 09, 2009
It sounds more like you've got an intermittant vacuum leak. Try, with the engine running, spraying some WD-40 or any kind of penetrating lubricant spray,over the intake manifold area and any related vacuum lines. If you hear the engine strat to stumble, providing you're not shooting directly into the air box, concentrate the spray on that area until you're able to pinpoint a loose, cracked. or off, vacuum line or hose.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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