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Hi, Don't be pulling fuses just yet unless the fan is continuing to run. Look at the temp. switch and/or sensor. One of them will be bad. Good luck.

Posted on Oct 12, 2011

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Audi recommends:
Castrol Full Sythetic 5W-40W.

Posted on Oct 02, 2012

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Alright it gets complicated...
I'm assuming you have a 4L (2005-2015) model.
It will be in the under bonnet (hood) relay panel.

It can be any two of five relays depending on engine and year!
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For petrol engine models from June 2009 it's relays A5 and A6.
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Oil type for Audi A5 motor


Audi recommends:
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Need fuse location for radiator fan for 2011 Audi A5


Hi, Don't be pulling fuses just yet unless the fan is continuing to run. Look at the temp. switch and/or sensor. One of them will be bad. Good luck.

Sep 17, 2011 | 2011 Audi A5

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What kind oil using audi a5 for engin


Without a Specification of the engine size (And petrol or diesel!) I can't tell you straight off, however, here is an excellent site that will step you through your car's spec to answer the question. The link below drops you into the process ater answering "Online oil recommendations for my car" and then specigfying "Audi"

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http://www.opieoils.co.uk/product-finder/car/engine-oil/audi/product-finder-2.aspx

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Audi A5 engine oil top up


Audi cars do not use much oil as far as I know.A new engine which is not warned together can take some oil of course.Make sure that you use the proper oil type specified by the manufacturer.Try to change the oil and filter completely,then measure the oil consumption.Should not be more then 1 liter on 10000kms.

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