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Audi A4 (B6, B7) Repair Manual: 2002-2008 - Excerpt

Audi A4 (B6, B7) Repair Manual: 2002-2008 - Excerpt

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An excerpt of the maintenance section from the Audi A4 (B6, B7) Repair Manual: 2002-2008 For more information on this new repair manual, visit http://www.bentleypublishers.com/product.htm?code=a408 .
An excerpt of the maintenance section from the Audi A4 (B6, B7) Repair Manual: 2002-2008 For more information on this new repair manual, visit http://www.bentleypublishers.com/product.htm?code=a408 .

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03-50 Maintenance
Air filter, replacing (6-cylinder) 
3.2L
Open retaining clips (
4
) and disconnect air intake hose.
Unclip fuel line retaining clip (
3
).
Release hose clamp and disconnect hose (
1
).
Remove mounting screws (
2
) for upper air filter housing.
Remove upper part of air filter from bracket and pivot toward engine.
Remove air filter element (
13
) from lower air filter housing (
15
).
1.
Screw
2.
Air duct
3.
Screw
4.
Air guide
5.
Air guide
6.
Strainer
7.
O-ring
8.
Air intake hose
9.
Rubber grommet
10.
Expanding anchor
11.
Screw
12.
Upper filter housing
13.
Air filter element
14.
Rubber grommet
15.
Lower air filter housing
Clean filer housing and install new air filter.Make sure air filter is correctly installed and seated into housing.
Install in reverse order of removal.A00-10094A24-10087
 
Maintenance03-51
Brake pads, checking 
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AINTENANCE
Brake pads, checking
Periodic maintenance of the brake system includes inspection offront and rear brake for pads thickness. To accurately check innerand outer brake pad thickness, it is necessary to remove the wheels.Checking the outer pad thickness can be accomplished withoutremoving the wheels.Vehicles covered by this manual may use wheel locks. The key forthe locks is usually stored in the vehicle tool kit. See
Tire and wheelservice
in this repair group. If using a lift or hoist, remove tool kitbefore raising vehicle.
Remove wheel bolt caps and alloy wheel center cap as required.Before removing a wheel, mark it’s position in relation to brake rotorso wheel can be reinstalled in same position.
Loosen wheel bolts slightly before raising vehicle.
Raise vehicle and support safely. See
Lifting Vehicle
in this repairgroup.
Remove wheel bolts and wheel.
Measure inner and outer front brake pad thickness (distancebetween
arrows
).
Alternatively, looking through brake caliper opening: Measure innerand outer rear brake pad thickness (distance between
arrows
).When brake pads have reached their wear limit, replace them.When replacing brake pads, be sure to inspect brake discs (rotors)for wear. See
46 Brakes–Mechanical
.
Install wheel noting reference mark made on removal. Install wheelbolts and torque to specification in proper sequence.
Install wheel bolt caps and alloy wheel center cap as required.
Lower vehicle. Stow jack, tools, and locking wheel bolt key in trunk.
Wear limit
Rear brake pad, minimum thickness(without backing plate)2 mm (0.079 in)
Tightening torque
Wheel bolts to hub120 Nm (89 ft-lb)VJ0646005VJ0646008
 
03-52 Maintenance
Brake system, visual inspection 
Brake system, visual inspection
Check power brake servo (booster) and brake master cylinder, ABS / ESP hydraulic unit, front and rear brake calipers and hoses, andbrake lines for leaks and damage. Also inspect brake cables andparking brake for proper operation and damage. Note the following:Brake hoses must not be twisted.Brake hoses must not touch any part of the vehicle when steeringis at full lock and suspension is at the limits.Check hoses and lines for porosity, deterioration and chafing.Check brake connections and attachments for correct seating,leaks and corrosion.Correct problems noted during the visual inspection immediately.For parking brake adjustment, see
46 Brakes–Mechanical
.
Drive axles, checking boots
Inspect front outer constant velocity (CV) joint boots (
arrow
) forleakage, cuts and damage. Ensure that boots are correctly seated.Right front outer shown, left front outer is similar.
Inspect front inner constant velocity (CV) joint boots (
arrow
) forleakage, cuts and damage. Ensure that boots are correctly seated.Right side inner is shown, left side inner is similar.
On quattro equipped vehicles, inspect rear outer (
arrow
) and innerconstant velocity (CV) joint boots for leakage, cuts and damage.Ensure that boots are correctly seated. Right rear is shown, left rearis similar.
If inspection of drive axle components reveals wear, leakage ordamage as outlined above, replacement is indicated. See
40 FrontSuspension and Drive Axles
for suspension componentreplacement.AT0603082.tifAT0603085.tifAT0603086.tif

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