>> 3) I read in my Haynes Manual about a turbo filter as well.
>I read the same Haynes manual for my 87 TQ, and ran out and bought both
>filters. I'm assuming your 89 is the same as my 87, and what I found out is
>that the turbo filter is for the Turbo cars, not for the Turbo Quattro's. I
>was told TQ's have an intercooler where the filter would go on the Turbo
I have an '87 5KT (non-Q), which only uses 1 oil filter due to the
water-cooling of the turbo as Glen pointed out. It's also intercooled, BTW.
Is there a line running from the water-pump to the turbo and should you hear
this cycling on for a fixed period whenever the engine is turned off? On my
other turbocharged car which also has a water-cooled turbo, the pump runs for
30 secs every time the engine is switched off. I don't hear this in the 5KT
so I usually take it easy after getting off the highway to let the turbo wind
down or let the car idle for a few minutes.
P.S. when did Audi start providing air-bags as a feature (std/optional)?
Steve Jagernauth '87 951 Pearl Black
AT&T BCS '87 Audi 5K CST