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Audi A6 1.9Tdi 53 plate

Do you have a picture of an Air conditioning pump in an engine. If I remove the air conditioning pump will I lose all the gases. Also how do you fit the fly wheel in it is it with a locking nut or what.

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Yes you must remove the gas with a special machine ,and flywheel bolt is about 8 bolts normally .

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