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Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by ravaling, Aug 11, 2008.

  1. ravaling
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    [Aug 11, 2008]
    hi all had remap need to change dv so i bought a forge one,i have an a4 1.8t v plate was wondering if any one has pics for me to see how its done thanks all
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    sorry forgot to mention its the 007p recirculating on thanks
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    try this site matey......http://www.audidiy.com/b5a4.html
    lots of how to's......got a standard one there with pics...hope it helps......oh and i found it a complete ass to do!!!!!!!!just replacing new for old and i hated it!!!!
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    just jump in on this one, which way should a metal dv be fitted?
    I had a 710n valve fitted by audi and the thin hose came out sideways then had a metal one fitted by different audi mech and he said other was wrong and should have thin hose coming out of the top towards the bonnet? not sure if i should go back to the 710n one now?
    Any ideas?
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    docurley Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    [Aug 12, 2008]
    This will work for face lift and non face lift just take in to account the headlight removal thats all.

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    ALPINE Yes its diesel, now cry u lost

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    i never took the light out.... just take the intake pipe off, gives you enough room to tit about with other jubalie clips.
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    [Aug 13, 2008]
    I didn't take my headlamp out. Just whipped out the cold air feed to give room to work and waited for the engine to cool down (after burning myself), little fiddly but nothing too bad, only took 15mins start to finish. Absolute breeze:racer:
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    Broken Byzan Photographic Moderator Staff Member Moderator VCDS Map User

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    I have the newer style pipes and mine is easier to get at from below, 20 mins in and out. Before i put them on i used to just remove the cold air feed too for access to that area
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