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Torque setting wanted for the oil pressure switch

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by kninio, Jun 28, 2007.

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    as the title , could some body help me with the torque setings for the oil pressure switch? i dont know how many NM i should tight it , and also for the oil cooler bolt how much i should tight it.. engine is v6 12v , please any help would be appreciated!
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    Till it stop leaking fella, thats the best setting
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    well i found in one site , that for the oil cooler 30 NM , according to mitchell on demand , but in audi manuals they didnt specified any torque settings , neithers for the oil switch.
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    Ths switch is on an NTP style thread i fitteed mine into an manifold to allo me to take a statci pressure line from it, and i just nipped it up till it was tight ran it and checked for leaks.
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    do u have some specifications about changing it? i barely saw it , even i didnt see it i feelt it with one finger its under the ac compressor upward to the oil cooler , so any advices how to take it out in the best way what i must remove what i must do?

    cheers my friend :)
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    Biglockie Aye you know it makes sense

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    There are two switches there the one you need to remove has to be done with a 22mm spanner the other is slightly smaller and is just above the oil cooler, if you remove the expansion bottle you'll be able to see it properly

    http://www.clubb5.com/information/oilguage.shtml

    check this out dude^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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    my friend , my car is v6 12 valve not a 1.8 T :(
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