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WERE IS MY THERMOSTATE AND MY CRANK SENSOR LOCATED ON A 1998 AUDI A6 2.8 QUATTRO AND HOW TO CHANGE THEM BOTH THANK YOU

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1998 Audi A6 2.8 Quattro
1. Thermostat location:

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2. Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor location:

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Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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    TDISLine Oct 13, 2010

    Thermostat, removing and installing:

    Notes:
    1. Always replace seals and gaskets.
    2. Cover the toothed belt with a cloth to protect it from coolant before removing thermostat.

    Removing:
    1. Drain coolant.
    2. Remove front bumper.
    3. Lock carrier in service position.
    4. Remove ribbed belt.
    5. Remove toothed belt.
    6. Remove connection mounting bolts and remove thermostat cover.
    7. Remove thermostat.

    Installing:
    1. Installation is the reverse of removal, noting the following:
    1.1. Bleeder valve for thermostat must be at the top.
    2. Install thermostat into engine block.
    3. Moisten new "O"-ring with coolant.
    4. Install thermostat cover and tighten bolt to 10 Nm (7 ftIb).
    5. Install and tension toothed belt.
    6. Install ribbed belt.
    7. Fill cooling system with coolant.

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    TDISLine Oct 13, 2010

    CKP sensor removing and installing is very simple: disconnect the wires plug from the sensor socket, then remove the sensor. Install new CKP sensor in reverse order.

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