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Water pump... change or not

pachinnery Jun 24, 2009

  1. pachinnery

    pachinnery Audi A4 Cab, 2.4 V6 2002,

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    Hi
    I'm new to Audi and was reading though the site and have a question.
    Just in the process of getting quotes to do the service which also needs the cam belt and idlers etc. Is it advisable to get the water pump done at the same time. I see lots of people having it changed at this service, I just wondered if it applied to my engine. The car is a 2002 A4 2.4 V6 cab.

    Regards

    Paul
     
  2. The Slug

    The Slug Active Member

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    yes defo....otherwise cost to change it will be fortune, cuz you have to take belt off to do the job
     
  3. J7USS

    J7USS Shuddup Foooool!!

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    ^x2
     
  4. PhatOne

    PhatOne New Member

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    x3 would also replace the thermostat whilst your in there,bought
    my car a few months back with belts & pump all been done very recently
    only to have the stat go a month ago with it being (yes you've guessed it) in behind the pulleys:applaus::keule::sob:
     
  5. BILKO1

    BILKO1 Member

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    X4 as above get the thermostat done to.
     
  6. AudiSport

    AudiSport Member

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    x5 :end_of_discction:
     
  7. inS4ne

    inS4ne lives for speed

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    Ohhhh, and I wanted to say x6 :)
     
  8. quattrojames

    quattrojames Moderator Staff Member Moderator Audi A6 Audi Avant Owner Group

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    I would just leave it. Probably be fine ......



    :tumble:
     
  9. inS4ne

    inS4ne lives for speed

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    :jester::angrymod:
     
  10. AU01 A4

    AU01 A4 Member

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    Hi Guy
    Dose any one Know the part No for the thermostat for 1.8t (190)
    Thanks
     
  11. AU01 A4

    AU01 A4 Member

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    044121113
     

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