I need to have my thermostat replaced on my Audi due to water circulation issue. Could somebody please respond with the proper procedure to do this. It seems as if most of the front end has to come off, but I'm sure it's less complicated than that.
See attached image... this is all Bentley lists for
Good news is that you do not have to touch the timing belt.
I haven't had the pleasure to see an engine bay of a B4, so
I can't say how much room there is... but I assume once the
serpentine belt, tensioner, pulleys are out of the way, that
you would have room to remove the plastic timing belt covers
and the thermostat housing etc.
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I had attached wrong image.
Message was edited by: FKH161
Hi JW, i hope you still get these messages. i also have a 95 audi cabriolet. I am afraid to start untill I kn ow for sure that the thermostat is on the passenger side behind the belt and housing ect. ca you give me some advice. I hat working on cars but can't aford to take it to the shop. I know i can do it.