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YouTube videos - oil change, DSG oil change etc

meph137 Oct 10, 2018

  1. meph137

    meph137 Active Member Audi S4 Black Edition

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    Thought I’d share this channel in case people weren’t aware of it, Deutsche Auto Parts have bought a B8.5 project car so are posting regular videos on several very handy topics such as changing your engine oil, your DSG oil, I think soon they’re going to do the sports diff oil as well. Very very handy!

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtqrNCuhkOk6rnU4AK_LxAUk22gUHWwZe


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  3. Tashfeen

    Tashfeen S4 - the smile per mile machine! Team Glacier TFSI Owners Group Team V6 VCDS Map User Team Scuba Supercharged Audi S4 Audi A3 Black Edition quattro

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    Cheers bud. Link saved under 'Car Mechanics' playlist on my YouTube.


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    rum4mo Well-Known Member

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    I'll stick with watching my normal YouTube distractions, like "fixing 50 year old engines".

    Anyway, now that I've actually watched the TPMS video, one point which might have been missed, I think, is, if you have a slow to medium leaking tyre, get a low pressure warning, then when back home check and adjust all your tyre pressures, then reset the monitoring program - then leave your car unused for maybe a day, the logging of new data to use as correct reference data for "good" tyre pressures, might well end up being wrong data if your tyre is leaking - though the system should alarm again soon as the tyre deflates, so to make best use of this TPMS, always drive your car for a few miles as soon as adjusting your pressures and resetting TPMS as that lets it log and store what should be good data.
     
  5. meph137

    meph137 Active Member Audi S4 Black Edition

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    I haven’t watched their TPMS video but this occurred to me when I learned that it was the ABS sensor which monitored tyre pressure.


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