See what the code is.
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See what the code is.
Awesome combo. Wish I had the money to make this set up happen.
If anyone is wondering what to get me for Christmas, now you know! I need a hpfp too.
How about a built big turbo diesel tq monster?
And driving speed doesn't necessarily indicate that the engine is being worked hard. It's easier to maintain speed than accelerate and my tach is still pretty low at 80.
Pictures and misfires tell a different story. Neither of them specifically say that the this keeps the backs of the valves clean. How could it possibly? There is just air traveling over them.
There is a pressure bleeding tool in the "specialty too program" thread if you're interested when you want to bleed your brakes.
Same as the 2.0. No sealant needed.
Did you replace the sensor too? Are you sure the leak is coming from the thermostat?
You can cross off flushing the power steering pump since we don't have one. One less thing to do! ⛄️
Good luck with it!
Could it be an exhaust leak? Brats what I thought mine was at first. That could also cause lower boost of the manifold is not tight on the head.
Get a block off for the pcv to eliminate that as an issue in the future.
Do you know absolutely that these parts were replaced? I didn't notice the sound the first time I listened to the video...
You can start by getting a ross tech cable and doing a scan to see if everything looks good. There are some tests you can do with it to see of you have any vacuum leaks or anything.
Id start by...
Was the chain replaced too?
Can you easily hear this sound while the car is running and the good is shut?
I never take the cap off to drain and it comes out no problem. Are you using 20-w50 or something?
It is not difficult to fix this and can be done for under $150 in parts.
Do a search for cam chain tensioner. The tools you will need are available in a thread called specially tool program.
Awesome route. I used to have a couple of bikes and rode one down there from Rochester a couple of times.
Are you sure there is oil in there and you are not on a hill of some sort?
I believe the brake cycles itself occasionally, I'm guessing to try to prevent it from seizing. I hear it going on and off when I get out of my car sometimes.
What are the codes? Seems like the oil would still drain but if there is too much pressure in there you might want to look at the pcv.
Yeah, main difference is the tranny changing from a tiptronic to dsg in 2010.