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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Found hints on VolkswagenTalk.com suggesting to check inside engine oil cap. If you find foam (some call it ice-cream) Cylinder head gasket is blown. Went checked, and actually found ice-cream on it. Credit to Hillbill, Man you Rock!
I am now doing pressure test, but no wapping has been detected..problem was just in its early stages. on my way to get a metal gasket, and replace. Cheerz!
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
The spanner comes up followed by how long in milage before a service is due. If you notice the figures go down the same amount as the mile meter goes up. Services normally 10,000 mile intervals for Scudo.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
In my experience with Audis, after any job requiring changing/draining the coolant the car ideally needs to be driven. With the coolant topped up to max drive the car, keep the revs up and shake the car with steering and over bumps where possible. Whatever you do make sure you take at least 2 litres of water/coolant with you, as as soon as the air lock goes, the level drops a lot and quickly. Also keep an eye on the temp gauge and avoid letting it go much over 90 degrees (over 90 on the gauge usually means its well into the hundreds) When you get consistant hot air through the heater, at idle, the level should of settled. If this doesnt work you may have thermostat issues or a blockage. Good luck, let me know how you get on.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
SOURCE: Bleed cooling system
Assuming you have already filled your cooling system with the proper G12 coolant to the cross-hatch level, open the coolant overflow/fill bottle cap. Leave it off. Start the car and let it idle. Turn your heater on full hot and full fan speed. Let it come up to temp so the thermostat opens up and allows coolant to flow through your system. When the system burps, you'll see air bubbles show up in the overflow tank. Let it cycle a another time and then top off the coolant if needed. Then close up the cap and call it a day.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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