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Owner replaced heater core on a 2000 Audi A4 and car won't start

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Check your ignition fuse under the hood and replace it : )

Posted on Jan 14, 2013

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SOURCE: Core Support and Radiator Replacement , Audi A4 Quatro 1.8

Very easy - the car is designed to have these parts as being removable for the timing belt service. Opening the car is called the "service position" and involves taking these parts nearly off the car. Use the link below (it's a link to a DIY procedure for doing the timing belt on the car) - it'll show you what to do in order to remove the front clip of the car and remove the core support and radiator.

http://www.audiworld.com/tech/eng35.shtml




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SOURCE: I HAVE A 2000 AUDI A4 , THE HEATER CORE BLEW, IS

If you can cut the heater hoses off from the heater core at the fire-wall, and then use a piece of pipe or a hose adapter and hose clamps to join or connect the two heater hoses together, then you can actually drive the vehicle until you require heat from the heater core inside the passenger compartment of the vehicle.


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Posted on Oct 04, 2010

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SOURCE: Where is the Audi A4 1.8T (2001) "Heater core"

It's inside the dash and requires the removal of the entire dash and framework, center stack and tunnel, kickpanels, etc. Not fun or easy at all.

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If you changed your heater core, it has nothing to do with the car starting. Did you disconnect the battery when you did this? . The only other thing I can think of is a safety switch that won't allow the car to run if the water is low. This can happen if the system gets air locked. How did you fill the system back up? Did you hit any wires off while working on car? Did the car run fine before you changed the heater core? Let me know and we can go from there Cheers from NS Canada

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It's inside the dash and requires the removal of the entire dash and framework, center stack and tunnel, kickpanels, etc. Not fun or easy at all.

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I HAVE A 2000 AUDI A4 , THE HEATER CORE BLEW, IS THERE A WAY TO CLIP THE HOSE OFF SAFELY DRIVE IT TO A MECHANIC.


If you can cut the heater hoses off from the heater core at the fire-wall, and then use a piece of pipe or a hose adapter and hose clamps to join or connect the two heater hoses together, then you can actually drive the vehicle until you require heat from the heater core inside the passenger compartment of the vehicle.


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