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At 2001 audi a4 1.8l turbo,how to ghange and check transmission oil.

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Transmision oil for 2001 Audi A4 1.8 l turbo:
Manual gearbox (5 speed):
- Capacity = 2,25 liters
- Specification: Gear oil SAE 75 W 90 (synthetic oil)
Part number G 052 145 S2 (1 liter)
- To check oil level, unscrew oil filler plug placed on the left side of the gearbox in front and near of transmission axle, using an Allen 17 mm key.
- Check oil level with locally manufactured tool, e.g. a piece of angled wire.
- Specification: oil level 7 mm below bottom edge of oil filler hole.
- Install oil filler plug, tightening torque = 25 Nm.
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Change the oil in Audi A4:
The manual calls for a 5w-40 oil which you probably wont be able to find. A 5w-30 or 10w-40 is acceptable if your climate stays above 0 degrees F.
There is a skid plate under the front of the vehicle which will block your access to the drain plug. It can be removed with a flat head screwdriver. I believe there are about 9 screws holding it in place. Once it is removed, set it aside and remove the drain plug from the oil pan. Allow to drian. The oil filter can be accessed from above. Use oil filter wrench or your bare hand kung-fu grip to remove the filter. MAKE SURE THE GASKET (rubber ring) FROM THE OLD FILTER COMES OFF! If the old gasket stays on, it will leak.
Use your finger to put a little oil on the gasket of the new filter, screw into place 1/4 to 1/2 turn past hand tight.
Inspect the gasket on the drain plug and replace in oil pan. Pour in new oil according to the manuals directions based on your engine size. I think mine was 5 quarts.
Start the engine and check for leaks from the oil filter and drain plug.
Replace the skid plate. It is a lot easier to deal with the skid plate if you can get under the car comfortably.

Good luck.

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