cpcycle at earthlink.net
Mon Jul 21 15:33:53 EDT 2003
The advantage of pulling the fender liner is that it gives easy access
to the fill hose connection and just makes it easier to see what is
going on for the person doing it for the first time. I just wrapped up
the hyd lines in rags and a baggy to keep from making a mess. Just keep
to hoses above the level of the fluid in the reservoir and when closing
the hood make sure the hoses are off the intake manifold (ouch).
91 200 tq 20v avant
Derek Pulvino wrote:
> Pretty close..."don't buy new if you can fix it yourself."
> So pull the hyd pump is the recomendation? I read through Chris's
> page and the write ups on there recomended also removing the wheel
> well liner. Has everybody had to do this or is that optional in case
> you wanted to remove the fan shroud?
> And to think I just had the hyd. pump out about a month ago for a
> refurb. Did you disconnect all the pentosin lines to remve the pump?
> Derek P
>> I'm curious too-- guessing that the last part is "if you can fix it
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Chuck Pierce" <cpcycle at earthlink.net>
>> To: "Derek Pulvino" <dbpulvino at hotmail.com>
>> Cc: <200q20v at audifans.com>
>> Sent: Sunday, July 20, 2003 5:11 PM
>> Subject: Re: Radiator Removal
>> > --
>> > [ Picked text/plain from multipart/alternative ]
>> > Hello Derek
>> > First what is "dbnifycfiys" ?
>> > I pulled the hydraulic pump to give me more room to pull the radiator
>> > out ( this was a recommendation from Scott M. ) made life really
>> easy. I
>> > pulled the rad. with the shroud. I believe that there are 4-5 bolts
>> > holding the shroud on.
>> > Chuck
>> > 91 200tq 20v avant
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