Need gasket part #
audiguy at gmail.com
Sun Dec 5 16:18:27 EST 2004
I have to admit that I really haven't had to return to those places
very often. I know when I've used high temp silicone RTV on exhaust
flanges, it peels off pretty easily. I'm sure this form-a-gasket stuff
wouldn't be as nice to mess with later. I have always been pleased
with how the valve cover gaskets stop leaking after an application of
On Sun, 05 Dec 2004 15:43:25 -0500, Huw Powell <audi at humanspeakers.com> wrote:
> > The FA says...
> > 034 133 073 G
> > FWIW, I'd probably just use some RTV. I have this stuff from Permatex
> > called "form a gasket" that I've used over the years on this type of
> > thing. Just put a small amount on each side of the existing gasket, or
> > skip the gasket alltogether. (it is a judgement call really).
> While I understand the advantage of using that sort of thing (not having
> to wait for your new gasket, etc.), it tends to make the next trip in to
> those parts a bit of a mess, doesn't it?
> >>>what car/engine?
> >>Duh! sorry:
> >>1986 5000TQw
> Huw Powell
'00 A6 biturbo 6-speed
'01 allroad 6-speed
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