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Where are the Coolant Bleeding Screws located on a 2001 Audi A4 1.8L?

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If u take the cover of the plenum chamber, or where the plastic cover is for the battery, remove all of the plastic covers, you will see 2 pipes, the top pipe has a small whole in it, you need to loosen clip on it, you can then pull the pipe back of the alloy tube, until you can see the whole is past the end of the pipe, but no need to take the pipe off the alloy tube completely, just far enough to expose the whole.

Posted on Dec 19, 2012

  • Butch Perruzzi Dec 19, 2012

    Thank you for your Response. I was able to do that but I was also looking for another Bleeding screw.....This car did not have one.So I elevated the Antifreeze Reservoir and was able to get the air out of the System. Thanks Again.

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    Chris Derrick Jan 22, 2013

    Your welcome, glad you sorted it.

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