CS 90 Quattro
Stephane.Livolsi at investorsgroup.com
Wed Jan 7 13:29:54 EST 2004
Well, there ya go. I didn't realize it was so easy in the 90's. It is
a true PITA in the 5000's.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bhatti, Mohammed [mailto:Mohammed.Bhatti at si-intl.com]
> Sent: January 7, 2004 9:42 AM
> To: quattro at audifans.com; tmsturtz at mtu.edu
> Subject: RE: CS 90 Quattro
> Hi Tim,
> Sounds like it to me. Had two blower fans go in my 88 80q.
> Fairly easy to replace. After dropping the glove box, the
> blower fan is fairly accessible with six screws holding it in
> place. You'll need the short phillips screwdriver to get at
> some of the screws. You should be able to remove the old fan
> although it is a very tight squeeze taking it out. Same with
> putting in the new one, it can just be squeezed in by pusing
> the dash outward - their is some flexibiltiy in the dash so
> this is possible (about 1/2'' or so). Careful not to crack
> the fan blades when putting in the new one though.
> 97 A4 1.8tqa
> Hey, I got this problem with my Audi. The heater blower over
> the last few weeks has slowly brought itself to a complete
> stop and I practically live in the arctic. I found a used
> blower fan for $55 and was thinking about putting it in
> myself. But before I go buy the fan and start taking things
> apart I was wondering if anyone thought it could be anything
> other than the fan. Let me know, I'm a new Audi owner and a
> college kid. So I need all the help I can get. Thanks.
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