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Crank case breather

Boombastik Nov 13, 2012

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    Folks need some help can someone post link to where I can buy crank case breather hoses. As think I've found the cause of my miss fire.

    need urgently as we'll
     

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    <tuffty/> Badger 5 Edition...Its all about the flow... Staff Member Moderator Audi S3

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    TPS or a dealer mate... not knowing what car you have (as you have not posted this info you will find the part numbers on the parts themselves (gentle cleaning will help too)..

    Here is an image of the parts for an AMK/BAM S3 as a guide (PN's should be the same on the bits shared across engine codes)

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    It's the 1.8t aum code. All these parts same across the range then. I'll call specialists tomorrow
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    Is it possible to reset the engine light without a diag machine
     
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    <tuffty/> Badger 5 Edition...Its all about the flow... Staff Member Moderator Audi S3

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    Most of the parts are the same but most of the extra pipes in that pic are for S3's not AUM A3's... the air pump should be the same as is the PCV elbow but normally you can give them your reg number and at least one of the PN's from your kit and they will find all the bits you need... (don't just order the bits in the pic without verifying they are the right ones for your car)

    If the CEL is on then ideally you need a diag tool to see why rather than just turn it off... there will be a reason for it being on and its kinda a good idea to find out what that is...

    I suspect considering the state of your PCV pipes its an adaption channel code (exceeded adaption or similar)

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