The real headlights have glass lenses, the OEM ones are plastic.
I have E-codes on my B4 and they’re ok. I also have a set of halo Depo’s, new in the box, but they’re for a B4 And don’t fit the A3. Not sure what I’ll do with them yet.
Yeah, forget the flushing every year thing, especially here in the dry desert. That’s just not needed at all.
It’s either the master or the slave, as before. I’ve had poor luck with non-OEM parts, or at least non-premium parts, which is why I recommend ID Parts or Cascade.
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Welding is very easy to learn with a good welder. Mine is a Hobart 120v with gas, and is the smallest I recommend. I also use Argoshield (75/25) for cleaner welds. I wouldn’t hesitate to tackle that project with a welder. The rest would also be pretty easy as it’s very minor.
Whatever you use, make sure it’s GL-4. I used to live in a cold weather state, and while the OEM was good for winter due to it having a thin viscosity, it was very notchy in the summer. I switched to a mix of Amzoil MTG and Syncromesh, which are both GL-4.
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You have to disassemble them to find out what the nozzles are. The markings are on the end that’s underneath the injector body itself.
If you want to find out what they are my recommendation is to put the injector in a vise facing up, unscrew the top of it and lift it straight up, then remove...
Lol, no. I did try and get as many miles out of it as possible and always filled it to the top of the neck. I did the same with my sedan and filled that about 72 liters. My brother has run his out before and put in 75 liters.