2004 Audi A4 1.8T Complete Report

May 19, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment
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2004 Audi A4 1.8T (5-Spd.) An all-new car, codenamed E90 arrives, with an aluminum-intensive rear-drive chassis. Enlarged to match A4/C-class dimensions as 1-series comes in to fill entry-level niche, the car will also offer electrohydraulic brakes, Active front steering. 3.6-liter V-8 268-hp in top 335 or 336 model, M3 to get more power. Sedan and wagon body styles will wear 3-series nomenclature, while the coupe and convertible are spun off as 4-series models.
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2004 Audi RSQ Concept

March 7, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment
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2004 Audi RSQ Concept
The futuristic film car Audi RSQ was presented to the public for the first time on April 7, 2004 at the New York International Automobile Show. Audi tackles its most ambitious product placement project ever: For the epic event motion picture „I, ROBOT“, Audi Design developed the spectacular vehicle, which helps leading actor Will Smith – a homicide detective in the year 2035 – solve a mystery that could have grave consequences for the human race.
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Cracked Turbo Hose Fix (ADAP09) FAQ for 2002-2007 Dodge Sprinter

December 10, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment
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What is the cracked turbo hose Fix ?
A. The cracked turbo hose fix, our ADAP06 is a billet aluminum adaptor that replaces the metal end on the intake side turbo hose found on the driver’s side on the 2.7 liter, 5 cyl. In-line Mercedes Benz turbo diesel engine found in 2002 up to2007 Dodge Sprinter Vans. Our Hose adapter has a nicely rounded end which resists hose cracking even in high temperatures, high vibration and high boost pressures. The Sprinter chassis is becoming increasingly popular with RVers and commercial users because of its great fuel economy and driver-friendly characteristics. However, the intake turbo hose with its flawed metal ends is causing the Sprinter chassis to suffer an inordinate amount of breakdowns.
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2004 Audi A3 Direct Petrol Injection and Ignition System

July 3, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment
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Mixture preparation – injection Servicing injection system General notes on self-diagnosis
♦ The engine control unit has a self-diagnosis capability. Before carrying out repairs and fault finding the fault memory must be interrogated. The vacuum hoses and connections must also be checked (unmetered air).
♦ Fuel hoses in engine compartment must only be secured with spring-type clips. Clamping-type or screw-type clips must not be used.
♦ A voltage of at least 11.5 V is required for proper operation of the electrical components.
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1998 Subaru Legacy L Sedan Lighting and Horns Parking Lamp Electric Diagram

May 31, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment
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1998 Subaru Legacy L Sedan AWD F4-2.2L SOHC Vehicle Level Diagrams Electrical Diagrams Lighting and Horns Parking Lamp
Fuse/Relay Locations: For fuse and/or relay locations refer to Starting and Charging / Power and Ground Distribution: See: Power and Ground Distribution Ground Locations: For ground locations refer to Vehicle / Locations / Harness: See: Locations\Grounds Connector Locations: For connector locations refer to Vehicle / Locations / Connectors: See: Locations\Connectors Component Locations: For component locations refer to Vehicle / Locations / Harness: See: Locations\Harness
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1986 Toyota Corolla (RWD) Wiring Diagram Symbols

August 10, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment
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The wiring diagrams and technical service bulletins, containing wiring diagram changes, are obtained from the domestic and import manufacturers. These are checked for accuracy and are all redrawn into a consistent format for easy use. All diagrams are arranged with the front of the vehicle at the left side of the first page and the rear of the vehicle at the right side of the last page. Accessories are shown near the end of the diagram. Components are shown in their approximate location on the vehicle. Due to the constantly increasing number of components on vehicles today, it is impossible to show exact locations. In the past, when cars were simpler, diagrams were simpler. All components were connected by wires, and diagrams seldom exceeded 4 pages in length. Today some wiring diagrams require more than 16 pages. It would be impractical to expect a service technician to trace a wire from page 1 across every page to page 16.
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2004+ Audi A6/A8/Q7 NV_AUDIA6A8 Nav Video Installation Guide

April 30, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment
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Warning
1. Before working, please make sure the vehicle power is off (please keep in mind when pulling out the
key, only monitor supply would be off but whole vehicle power supply would be off 5 minutes later).
2. Starting with separating of the monitor and the connecter removed in working may causes an error code. Do not start until the work is done.
3. Please use appropriate measure of tools
4. Do not force excessively in assembling or disassembling, tightening or pulling
5. Using protecting clothes or taping around the working area, take care of scars
6. Please make sure to connect the power cable using a fuse when you use it with pulling out the power supply.
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Audi TT 1.8t A.W.E. Tuning DV1 Diverter Valve Installation Instructions

March 13, 2010 by admin · 6 Comments
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With the DV1 Diverter Valve, we believe you have purchased the finest diverter valve for the money. Follow these instructions, and you’ll have your new A.W.E. Tuning DV1 Diverter Valve installed quickly and easily.
Step 1: Here’s an overview picture of the transverse 1.8T engine found in the Audi TT, VW Golf/Jetta/New Beetle 1.8T. The 225hp TT engine looks a little different, but the install of the A.W.E. Tuning valve is the same procedure. For picture clarity, and ease of install, the decorative engine cover has been removed. Removing the cover is easily done by twisting the “+” shaped fasteners on the cover 90 degrees. They’ll pop up when free, allowing you to grab the cover and lift it up and out of the engine bay. (New Beetle requires removing 2 10mm nuts hidden under trim caps, and then sliding forward and out) We’ve also removed the PCV damper in the following pictures for clarity. You won’t need to remove this item to install the valve.
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2003-2004 Audi A4 Cabriolet Radio Communication

July 22, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment
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Radio system General information CAUTION! Before beginning repairs on the electrical system: Obtain anti-theft radio security code if necessary. Switch the ignition off. Disconnect battery Ground (GND) strap. On vehicles equipped with Audi Telematics by OnStar , switch-off the emergency (back- up) battery for the Telematic/Telephone Control Module prior to disconnecting vehicle battery. Use VAS 5051 Vehicle Diagnostic, Testing and Information System in mode “Guided Fault Finding” After reconnecting vehicle battery, re-code anti-theft radio if necessary and check operation. Also check operation of clock and power windows according to Repair Manual and/or Owner’s Manual. After Read more

2000-2004 Audi A6 Quattro Bracketron Phone Mount Installation

April 6, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment
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TOOLS NEEDED: Two (2) sets of Audi DIN Radio Removal Tools, (Btron Part # SIT-102 One (1) Flat Headed Screwdriver or Dash Trim Tool (Btron Part # SIT-104), 5/16” socket and driver.
PARTS INCLUDED: One phone mount and instructions.
LOCATION OF MOUNT: To the Right of the Radio

Step 1: Locate four slots on the face of the radio. Insert four Audi DIN tools in these four slots until you hear or feel the tools click or lock.
Note: There is a rubber seal that wraps around the radio between the radio and the dash pad. This causes the radio to sit very tight in the cavity. To loosen this seal and allow the radio to slide out easier, we recommend using a Dash Trim Panel tool or flat head screwdriver to wedge between both the right and left sides of the radio and dash pad. Carefully wiggle the tool or screwdriver to loosen the radio slightly.
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