Take a look at your flywheel to see how hot spotted it is. Under the Hood Engine choices are a turbocharged 1. Get the flywheel on the crank and get the holes line up. Pressure Plate Bolt Circle, 9. Once you get the pressure plate bolts in finger tight then you need to turn them in 90 degree increments while going in a star pattern until the bolts are tight enough to fully torque them. Get your transmission jack into place. Checking piston ring side clearance Clearance when new Wear limit 0.
Was off by millimeters with my hex tool. . Brake rotor and small tool room lathes do not have the required cutting capacity to allow the cutting tool to remove hot spots in a uniform manner. Tighten the exhaust pipe to manifold bolts to 18 lb-ft. Since that is where most of the weight is. Free up the wiring for the rear oxygen sensors from the top of the transmission. The torque spec for this bolt is 65 Nm.
Try turning the dual mass portion of the flywheel by hand. Great tutorial I can't see how anything with this job would affect the accelerator. I have removed these bolts without doing the previous steps and it is not worth the time and frustration - trust me. Reinstall is the reverse of the previous steps from step 42 back but there are some very important notes for reinstall below. One clutch disc, without a torsion damper, between the secondary mass and the transmission handles the engaging and disengaging functions. The attractive dashboard places most controls where they are easy to see and operate.
Make sure that nothing get snagged while removing the transmission. Once you are confident that the clutch slave cylinder is in there and the bolt is tight then try pushing on the clutch pedal. Flywheel and x8 flywheel bolts 5. The torque spec for these nuts is 23 Nm. Locktite - Blue or Red 6. Run the eight 8 mm allen bolts down by hand with an 8 mm allen socket.
Clearance when new Wear limit 0. I don't have those clamps on my car because of exhaust is ceramic coated and it is such a tight fit that I don't have to worry about the clamps, Finally loosen the v-band clamps that connect the mid-pipes to the back of the headers and pull the mid-pipes out. I say this because the flywheel weighs a good amount 26 to 26. Tiptronic allows fully automatic operation or manual shift. It is a little farther back then the cross rod and the bolt is an 8 mm allen. Move to the passenger side of the transmission. It is required to use the clutch alignment tool to get the clutch disc lined up correctly or you will never get the transmission input shaft to go on.
Remove the lower starter bolt and nut. Cloth upholstery is standard, and leather is optional on A4 2. Wedge it against one of the guide dowels and have a helper hold it in place as you tighten the flywheel. Needed to remove the precat o2 sensors. Make sure that the clutch alignment tool goes in and out easily at different steps of tightening the pressure plate bolts.
Drivers and owners who choose to change units that are in low quality condition are rewarded with peace of mind and a reliable vehicle performance. If you can spin that portion of the dual mass flywheel more than about a quarter of the way around then I strongly recommend replacing your dual mass flywheel. Finally torque all six bolts to 22 Nm. Instead i loosened it from the inside, moved the transmission back a tad, and was then able to access the bolt. I had a lot of trouble with this step.
It looks like the mid-pipes start right behind where the axles bolt to the transmission. Throw the old throw-out bearing away. So you need either an 8 mm allen key or a stubby allen socket and ratchet like what I have in the below picture. Make sure to catch the clutch disc if it starts to fall to the ground. Dual Mass simply means that the mass of the conventional flywheel is split in two. It may stick about half way on the way back up. Wasnt able to get the 8mm hex on the shifter linkage.