joe.pizzimenti at gmail.com
Mon Jan 31 21:21:06 EST 2005
I find the easiest thing to do is to look on your car where said part
is mounted and chances are, it's in that drawing in ETKA. A WGFV is
connected to 2 vaccum hoses and the MAF boot, so it was worth a shot.
Or just keep scrolling till you find it.
On Tue, 1 Feb 2005 01:22:35 -0000, Paul Heneghan <paul at heneghan.co.uk> wrote:
> I thought *I* was the only one who struggled at this simple task. I can
> never go straight to the correct part. I usually resort to using the search
> function and trying (usually unsuccessfully) to think what alias Audi might
> have used for this particular part.
> The UK version of the FA is in my PC at the moment, so I had a quick look
> for the WGFV. I figured it would be in Main Group 1 (Engine, Clutch), then
> guessed subgroup 45 (turbocharger & wastegate) which turned out to be wrong.
> Eventually found it in subgroup 33 (vacuum hoses with connecting parts -
> I found it by searching in turn for the word wastegate - no luck,
> frequency - no luck, and eventually valve - lots of hits, including three in
> The WGFV is called a 'solenoid valve' - 034 906 283 H
> The bypass valve is called a 'cut-off valve' - 034 145 710 A - marked
> deleted, but no indication given as to part number of replacement.
> There's another mysterious valve, also called a 'solenoid valve' - 034 133
> 517. After a bit of searching on google, Chris Miller's 20V site divulged
> that this was the 'Vapour canister purge valve'.
> I don't think Audi have made any effort to make the FA easy to understand -
> presumably they train the chaps in the parts departments to distinguish
> between all these identically/confusingly named components.
> -----Original Message-----
> >From: Robert Myers <robert at s-cars.org>
> >Subject: [s-cars] WGFV
> >To: s-car-list at audifans.com
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> >Hi Y'all,
> >Does anyone but me find the FA difficult to use? I spent the last 45
> >minutes fruitlessly searching for the WGFV for my '95 S6. I need a part
> >number so I can order a new one.
> >Any clues?
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