Question about Audi Cars & Trucks
Hi! I have a 1994 Audi 80 2.6l V6 that has a leaking water pump. I have been given a brand new pump, still boxed, which states that it's for a late model A4. So, can you please tell me if, A. the new pump is compatible with my engine, and B. just how big a job is it to replace?? Thanks
No idea if this pump will fit as iam not a dealer fitter but a 1994 model shouldnt be that difficult to fit but only ever seen diesels of this vehicle never a big petrol engine as just not the market here for them with our fuel prices ,our models of this year were rear wheel drive if i remember rightly so if this is as well then changing a water pump requires removal of the radiator and front of the car which again providing my mermory holds up is on a hinge and the front sort of opens like a door allowing access to the engine ,but this was a diesel variant
Posted on Jan 03, 2013
Grant, you need to check if the pump is ok with your model engine, not just the car model number, these cars were fitted with at least four
different engine variants that i am aware of.
i don't think you should attempt to fit it if you don't know at least that much, sometimes the cambelt has to be removed first, thats a whole
different kind of level of experise required.
Posted on Jan 03, 2013
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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
is it a 1.8 turbo or 2.8 V6 or 2.7 biturbo V6 ? on most models what you will be looking for is a 3 letter code like ATQ or APW and is normally on a sticker on the timing belt cover, it is also stamped into the engine on a ledge up high. if no luck there check the owners manual, around the 3rd page there will be a sticker that was put in the book during predelivery inspection this sticker is about 3 inches by 3 inches and filled with id codes for almost everything. If the pdi wasn't done right another copy of the same sticker will be under or next to the spare tire in the spare tire well.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
SOURCE: fuse box for 97 audi asap
Hi pojo_nz,The fuses should be in the same place as my 95 Audi A4,open the drivers door and look at the end of the dash right in front of you,there is a plastic cover,pull it off its just clipped on and you will find the fuses there.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
I had this as well, but you just have to wait a second. You can't remove it to quickly, the car takes a second to essentially unlatch the key.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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