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    Help Wanted! Diverter valve fitting in Birmingham!

    Would anyone be able to help me fit my replacement diverter valve today on my A4 2.0 TFSI? I'm in Birmingham so anyone around that area would be great.

    Thanks!
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    Can anyone help?
    Now - Ford Focus RS (305 bhp) - 2009

    Previous Cars

    A4 2.0 TFSi S-Line (251 bhp) - 2005
    Audi A3 3.2 Quattro Sport (250 bhp) - 2004
    Ford Fiesta ST (150 bhp) - 2006
    Ford Focus ST2 (290 bhp) - 2009
    Skoda Octavia vrS (215 bhp) - 2001
    Volkswagen Golf GTi Turbo (230 bhp) - 2001

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    its realy a 30 min job

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    Yeah, give a bash yourself. It's really just three bolt things. Jack the car up, and get underneath it.

    Here's a quick guide for fitting a spacer in there. You're not doing this, but at least it gives you an idea about removing the diverter valve.

    http://www.forgemotorsport.co.uk/med...it%20valve.pdf

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    It's a 30 minute job If you've got the correct tools... I struggled with access to the bolts, I'm getting mine changed when my Cam Belt is done next week.

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    I did it last night, took about 40 mins all together. I'm in no way a mechanic.

 

 

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