Question about 2006 Skoda Octavia 1.9
Where is oil filter located
Posted by Anonymous on
Octavia (a4 ) remove top engine cover the engine oil filter is at front cover, big black plastic cover remove with special tool the oil filter can be remove and replace with plastic ring
Posted on Sep 14, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
its a VW for any american mechanics reading this and a skoda is now a glorified VW but a very nice car ,now as for this fault then iam at a loss as these cars never go wrong but you havent stated if the starter is clicking and not turning or if the relay is clicking but as this is a auto version it could be the inhibitor switch but without my head under the bonnet or more info i cannot really tell you ,could even be the immobilisor or the electrical switch on the back of the ignition key ,If you cannot find the fault then you can manually overide the starter by making sure vehicle is in park ,turn ignition on the using a piece of wire or a small screwdriver to bridge the fat terminal with the small one this will activate the starter to start it so you can get it to a garage.Now certain year vehicles will immobilise themselves if you change the engine oil as this turns on a sensor that engine is low on oil and this will stop vehicle from starting and only the dealer has the software to release it but if this is your case i know a way around this .
Posted on Jan 24, 2012
most of the clutch hidraulic systems do not have purge valbe for air when I have that problem i follow the same steps of the brakes system and when the fluid is presurised I losse the bottom endon the clutch cylinder a few time untill no bubbles come out and that work for me very good.
Posted on Sep 01, 2012
Normally there is a seal of sorts here (it may be a felt seal or a rubber flap) but I find that if there is a problem here I check firstly the oil level in the gear box and the viscosity of the oil in the box Remove the filler plug (plug in the side of the box ) and drain until oil is level with the bottom of the threads. Best replace oil with a known viscosity oil for you gear box.
Posted on Apr 01, 2013
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