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    Thread: Disabling the Haldex - MK5 R32 DSG

    1. Member sixteen10's Avatar
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      02-06-2012 05:59 AM #1
      Hi All

      Is there anyway I can disable the Haldex on my mk5 R32 to run it on a FWD dyno?

      I have heard that the mk4's were as easy as removing a fuse , could the mk5 be the same?
      If so could you please refer me to the right fuse?

      TIA
      Grant

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      02-09-2012 10:12 PM #2
      pull e-brake or fuse worked on mk4. I'd assume same on mk5. easy enough to test.

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      03-05-2012 02:40 PM #3
      Pulling e-brake and fuse works well enough, but the Haldex will rotate at full speed disengaged, making the oil overheat. Might not be any problems, but I wouldnt risk it..

      Only really good way to do it is to remove the cardan axle or find a 4wd dyno...

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      04-22-2012 05:15 PM #4
      Pull out Fuse 31 I think
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