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Where can i find thermostet in audi a6 2.5 tdi

Where can i find thermostate in audi a6 2.5tdi engin

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I'm afraid to replace it is a cambelt off job. Had mine done on a 2.5tdi a4 avant so had cambett waterpump and tensioner replaced with thermostat.

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I think the thermostate on my car is broken(Audi A4 1.8 TQ 2005). when the temperature reaches 90 degrees it falls down on 50 degrees again. where is the thermostate? is it easy to replace? im not a...


if not genius , get a mechanic,?
the coolant is out of control, good observation !!
that puts you at genius level in this forum. IMO.
bad thermost
or cooling fan stuck on, state out door air temperatures.
state how long you drove car and how far.

some cars have electric fans or mech. fans
if they stick on , they can cause coolant to crazy.
in frigid out door temperatures, (unstated)

easy ? nobody can answer that, but you can look up the standard flat rate on labor for most cars. use those hours as a guide.

Also options on car can make some things hard to get to.
A/C? Cruise control. ,
If you use google and use google image you can find a 3d drawing of your whole engine. and see the thermostat location.
most are on top front of the head.
some are easy, others you turn the screw and its snaps in half
requiring 4 more hours labor to fix that damage.
fixing cars is like that. no job is the same, only luck and entropy rule the universe. (rust?)
what we do , is find the truth, the fix it.
there is no other way, you find it and replace it and what happens next is , reality, (oh gosh, the last guy stripped the threads.)

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Audi A4 1.9tdi Quattro 1997- Blower fan was only blowing cold air. Changed intercooler radiator as it was leaking, but fan still blowing cold air. engine temp went over half and then came back down. Only...


REPLACE THERMOSTAT.MAKE SURE COOLANT SUPPLY PIPE OR COOLANT RETURN PIPE NOT STOPPED UP AND YOU HAVE ENOUGH COOLANT IN THE SYSTEM.REPLACE THERMOSTAT.CRANK ENGINE UP AND LET IDLE UNTIL WARM UP KEEP EYES ON TEMPERATURE GAUGE. WHEN ENGINE THERMOSTAT OPEN COOLANT HOSE SHOULD BE HOT.IF NOT TURN OFF ENGINE.USE LARGE RAG WAIT A WHILE BEFORE REMOVING RADIATOR CAP CHECK TO SEE IF COOLANT LEVEL DROPPING IF SO ADD MORE COOLANT.CRANK ENGINE UP UNTIL THERMOSTAT OPENS UP.HOSE WILL GET HOT.IF STILL COLD CHECK COOLANT LEVEL.ONCE YOU AIR OUT COOLANT SYSTEM RADIATOR HOSES WILL GET HOT SO YOU WILL GET HEAT.IF COOLANT LOW YOU WONT GET NO HEAT.

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On a 1996 Audi A6 Quattro 2.8, where would you find the thermostate?


Locate the upper radiator hose and follow it to the engine. It should connect at the water jacket, which houses the thermostat. (Usually) That's the best advice I can offer!

Nov 18, 2010 | 1996 Audi A4

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Can you estimate about how much time should it take to replace a thermostat in a 2008 Audi A8?


You are in a 2006 you can stop worrying about your thermostate for atleast 2 more years unless your in a tropical zone and your useing water instead of coolant most cars can spend up 50,000 mile before you change such things

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I have an audi 80 2.6v6. it blows fluid from expansion chamber


remove radiator and send to service and clean cores,with the radiator out remove thermostate using a hose flush engine by placing hoes in inlet hoseor port.replace thermostate with new unit along with cap

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I do not have enough heat in my 1994 dodge ram truck


I expect the thermostate is stuck partially open not allowing the engine to come to proper temperature. Replace the thermostate found under the goose-neck (follow the upper hose back to the engine) under this piece is the thermostate. Be certain to clean all of the old gasket material away and use a new gasket. Watch to be ceratin the thermostate is not put in upside down, if this happens your issue won't be not enough heat but over heating.
I hope this may have been of help,
Tom

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buy a new one that one is shot > I have bought new thermostats that were bad from the getgo

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common water pump failure,the old type have plastic impellors the new ones are steel,the plastic ones break and wont push the coolant round

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