The Vehicle does not have a blow off valve. so you will never find it.
i have a 2.0L 2000 jetta and it did the same thing, I had to have the throttle body and 02 sensor replaced.
No such thing. The Audi's thermostat has a wax impeller.
5t-26 = 18t -26 = 18t -5t -26 = 13t t = -2
18t + 4x -47t + 50x = -29t + 54x
Check to see if your battery is secure. in my jetta the battery kept sliding forward and smacking my left headlight because it was not tightened down
The GCF is 6t.
They're the same.
3(5 + 6t)
Batteries dying after a long period of time not being used is normal. When you drive your car around the alternator charges the battery. But if its just sitting for a long period of time without anyone letting the engine run then just the electronics will kill the battery.
take it to a garage