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Audi a3 help

Smithy121 May 6, 2012

  1. Smithy121

    Smithy121 Member

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    Well hope it's not that serious :(
     
  2. fangio

    fangio Well-Known Member

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    Nope, I think you'll just need the slave cylinder - but get it bled first!!!!

    You have the new clutch already....:rolleyes:
     
  3. Smithy121

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    Phew :) how much are they and the diesel flap thing where is cheap place for that please
     
  4. PH1L

    PH1L Gievf Buckets VCDS Map User

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    could be The wiper motor or corrdoded wires
     
  5. Smithy121

    Smithy121 Member

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    Thanks again just a query when i click the link what am I looking for the Audi part or does others fit/work
     
  6. PH1L

    PH1L Gievf Buckets VCDS Map User

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    i didnt add the link, get a used one from ebay
     
  7. Smithy121

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    Audi Rear Wiper Motor with Rear Wash WipePart Number: 8L0 955 711 A - 8L0955711 A - 8L0955711A
    This is a genuine Audi Rear Wiper Motor, It was taken from a 2001 Audi A3 1.8T with the 4 pin plug
    Please check that this item will fit your carBEFORE bidding​
    All parts may fit other cars/engines, check with your local dealer!
    Any questions please askPlease see our other auctions

    Will this work
     
  8. fangio

    fangio Well-Known Member

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    Doubt it, it's from an 8l and yours is an 8p. Someone will correct me if I'm wrong!
     
  9. PH1L

    PH1L Gievf Buckets VCDS Map User

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    yourer right it will not fit
     
  10. Smithy121

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    Hi went to garage today been told its a problem with the hydrolic of the clutch bearing ??
     
  11. Smithy121

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    Any 1 had this before help
     
  12. Smithy121

    Smithy121 Member

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    Any body had this issue please help
     
  13. cheekymonkey91

    cheekymonkey91 New Member

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    The bearing is a concentric slave cylinder design.. Is there any irregular noises? Try putting your foot down on the top inch or so of the pedal? Any irregular noises then? Any change in pitch when the clutch pedal is depressed fully etc?

    Entirely possible it needed a clutch and dual mass flywheel but they've whacked a clutch in and decided to sell it as is.

    Master cylinder is a fairly easy job, some people remove the pedal box etc but it's not always necessary - slave cylinder if required is normally inside the gearbox bellhousing, going over the input shaft. The gearbox would need to be removed to replace this part.
     
  14. Smithy121

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    No noises
     

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