Question about 2002 Audi TT
I replaced the radiator & now my Audi tt is using up radiator fluid.Window fogs up occasionally. No leaks on the inside or out.
Cud hav internal engine leak or its losing wile drivn--they can do a leak test at a rad shop--heater core may be failn-if it does test the blower motor and ac evap too
Posted on Oct 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 96 audi a4 heater blows cold air
you have air in the system!! you have to unbolt the filler tank and lift it 5 inch higer first. then loose the right hose on the heater core( this hose have and hole to bleed the system) and then put antifreeze until the antifreeze will go out of the hole then re install the hose to the heater core, then ajust the level correcty
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
yes u can bypass the **** core. all you need to do is, take the two hoses going to the heater core, and take em off the heater core, take one hose comply off, and hook the other remaining hose were the other hose was hooked up at.. this will bypass your heater core, but keep in mind you will not have hot air in the cabin of the car..keith...
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
SOURCE: 2003 Audi TT Quatro Coupe.
The main reason for the over heating of the audi tt is to do with the water pump. The propeller within the first type of water pumps is made of plastic. This was to prevent corrosion, however was never designed to last longer than 5 years. What you need to do is purchase the new style water pump. These new style water pumps have been designed with a metallic propellor which should resolve the overheating. Let us know how you get on.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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