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Audi A4 tdi PD130 Alternator Removal

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by samsam, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. samsam

    samsam Member

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    I have managed to remove the top bolt on the altyernator but the bottom one i cant take out as the fan is in the way any ideas?

    Please help
     
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  3. quattrojames

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    I charge per hour.....

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    a now james you could have had a look at the brake pads for me when you was in the manul lol
     
  5. samsam

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    Does anybody no the mesurment between the holes on the pully as gsf has said they only do the tool in a 32 mm or 36mm and im at work at the moment

    Thanks if you can help me
     
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    Its tool no. 3212.... that would imply 32mm to me.
     
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    I doubt pad shape will be listed in Elsawin Simon, but I will have a look at your original thread and see if ETKA can help. I though you had both of those programs though?
     
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    thanks very much for all your advice just brilliant thanks sam
     
  9. Altern8

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    Oldie but just wanted to say thanks for the good post, I removed my alternator today but didnt need to take off the fan just undid the two alternator bolts and wedged it off the bracket.

    Refitting put a bit of grease on it slid back onto the bracket.
     

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