Question about 1990 Audi Quattro
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: audi timing belt
It's a complicated job, and usually takes about 8 hours to do the full service if you're familiar with the car's mechanicals, you have a good array of tools (air tools help a lot), you're familiar with what you're doing, and with how to disassemble everything (including removing the front of the car - I'm not joking). There's more to the job than just the belt too - you need to replace the timing belt, timing tensioner, water pump, thermostat, serpentine belt, and serpentine tensioner. If your cam seals are leaking (which is also known to happen), you'd need those and plan for a couple more hours as well, due to the care that must be taken not to scratch or score the cam end caps.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
oil type is either 5W-30W or 10W-30W depending how cold your climate is, as far as having the car properly taken care of, the Audi dealer is the best option, they have all the proper tools and service info needed to keep the car in top running condition.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
SOURCE: Program a remote key for 03 A6
I have an A4 and did this to re-program my key:
1. used the key to start the car...then turned it off
2. put the key in the driver door (door closed)
3. pressed the lock button on the key fob once
4. turned the key to lock the door.
This is basically the steps in the owners manual, but the car must be started with the key first, and the key must be in the door lock before pressing the lock button.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
This is tough to get to, the tensioner assembly is removed with a 10mm hex/alen wrench. You will not be able to see the bolt, it is recessed. When you install the new tensioner, there is an allignment pin that you must be careful to get in the hole in the engine block. The new tensioner will have a lock pin installed, leave it in until you get the belt on, then remove the pin.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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