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N75 Valve part number for APY Engine 1999 S3

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by sportquattro, Mar 6, 2010.

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    Does anyone with an APY engined S3 have time to post back with the part number on their N75 valve by any chance? Mine is part number 058906283C from what i can make out, but, Audi Plymouth have 2 possible part numbers on their system both of which are different to mine, Im wondering if a previous owner has fitted a wrong N75.
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    tompearson It's all in bits

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    Mine's also 058906283C on my APY.
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    Thanks Tom, thats good to know, I'll assume it the OE one fited at the factory, still puzzling why part number not on dealers system though.

    Cheers again
    Nige
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    sportstractor Chugger

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    i have a spare one for an AMK, fully working
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    VagCat lists the APY as using an F (058906283F). I think the F replaced the C. Not sure if they are actually different, but this may be why Audi are seeing 2 part numbers.
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    Welly VX220 SC Driver :)

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    The F is the later version of the C.

    I have an N75C working from an APY if needed - however - order the J valve for it. It goes on the APY fine (doesn't induce limp mode) and makes it a much better drive if I'm being honest. You will notice the difference and it will put a smile on your face....
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