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  1. #41

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    What is the tool in the first picture & where did you get it from?


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  3. #43

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    Itís just the slide hammer and attachment for the injector
    They wouldnít go in by hand so use correct tools correctly.



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    Nice, I pushed mine in with clean engine oil from memory.

    Any link to that kit on eBay would be great. Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by mike View Post
    Nice, I pushed mine in with clean engine oil from memory.

    Any link to that kit on eBay would be great. Thanks


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    Did you oil the Teflon seal?


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    It was a while ago now but I think was just the top part after the shaft wear it seats in the hole.

    Not the Teflon as that is there to provide a seal.

    Havenít had a problem since installation.

    B7 RS4 but it is basically same fuel injection system


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    Quote Originally Posted by TYR382 View Post
    Is that including parts?

    I didn’t just do the carbon clean, while at I’m at it I’m going to do some major maintenance such as belts pulleys and so on



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    Why not Iridium plugs? What is the recommended spark plug change schedule?
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    Worth remembering with spark plugs that any type will function. Copper is as good as any of the rare metals. What it's all about is life and reduced labour costs. I use copper in the RS4 and would cringe at the cost for a mechanic to change plugs every year. The downside of the ultra long life plugs is a lack of late life efficiency and worse, the chance of the plug seizing in the head if left for the full term. Then the few $ you've saved will be peanuts compared with a new head.
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  9. #49

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    Quote Originally Posted by qman_au View Post
    Why not Iridium plugs? What is the recommended spark plug change schedule?
    Last I remember they donít make iridium plugs for this engine ( donít quote me )
    These are the factory oem plugs so Iím not too worried.

    Trust me the spark plugs are the lest of the worries when maintaining this engine lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by mike View Post
    It was a while ago now but I think was just the top part after the shaft wear it seats in the hole.

    Not the Teflon as that is there to provide a seal.

    Havenít had a problem since installation.

    B7 RS4 but it is basically same fuel injection system


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    The only seal that gets oiled is the top of the injector to connects to the fuel rail.
    The Teflon seal must be completely dry


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