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|1998 Audi A4 Quattro 2.8L Calipers VIN: WAUED28D3W
Hello everyone. Working on a 1998 Audi A4 Quattro 2.8L. Car came in for normal front and rear pad and rotor replacement. As I was dong the basic replacement first issue was r/f caliper would not retract. Moved to r/r turned in piston on caliper and all was gre...
|2006 BMW 325i 3.0L vvt valve VIN: WBAVB13586
im replacing the valve cover gasket and i was told that the vvt or motronic valve has to be cero out with a very expensive computer i dont have,is it true . also bihind the valve its and allen key ,i already took the valve cover and vvt valve off.im getting re...
Fixes & Summaries for European
|2001 BMW 325i 2.5L Climate Control VIN: WBAAN37401
Hello everyone: thanks to all who replied. This is a fix. The problem was the blower resistor, referred as final stage unit by BMW terminology. It is located in the heater/ac box, besides the glove box. To replace, remove glove box and panel for easy access. R...
|2004 Volkswagen Jetta GL 2.0L Stall VIN: 3VWRA69M24
I believe this vehicle is fixed. I did a throttle body relearn and mass air flow cleaning. Calculated load reading came into spec. Road test went well and have had no customer complaint for three weeks now. Thanks to all that replied. Trouble codes: 16485 (mass air flow circuit), 18613 (coolant temp not plausible input).