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Has anyone performed a boost leak test on a 2.0t fsi before.

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by slim boi, Feb 19, 2012.

  1. slim boi
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    Hello as above after my list of faults and before i order my new DV i was going to do a boost leak test to see if i have any more leaks. I have read up that on the 1.8T u remove the PCV return hose is there anything like this on the 2.0T to remove.


    Cheers Slim
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    bez101 Yorkshire & Humber Rep.

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    i had the garage do mine
    why dont you just remove and check if its ****ed
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    Just want to check to make sure nothing else is nackerd.
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    OxfordRich Collecting Rings

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    As above, this never really got answered.

    Anybody got any simple step by step advice on what to block off when attaching leak tester to pressurise the intake? I'm running the Forge PCV replacement and catch-can too.
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    You block off the crankcase breather which is the only small pipe next to the pcv. Then pressurise and check for leaks
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