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    DIY: B6 A4 1.8T - Thermostat Replacement

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    I used the writeup by Mark955 on AW, but thought I'd add some pics for the more visually-oriented =)

    Thermostat is part # 06B-121-111-G. my original was a -D, and I believe G is being replaced by H (as per my invoice).

    the operating area:




    Step 1: Drain coolant (sorry no pics)

    Remove bottom belly pan. Remove coolant reservior tank cap. Remove plastic clip holding coolant sensor in place at lower radiator hose/pipe. With bucket/catch pan underneath, remove sensor and let coolant drain.


    Step 2: Remove upper radiator hose

    remove the small hose connecting the coolant reservior to the upper radiator hose. Then remove the larger hose from the hard pipe running along the intake and from the radiator. You'll need to pop up (but not off) the metal clip holding the hose to the radiator, then firmly pull back:



    hose removed:




    Step 3: Remove intake hose (throttle body-to-intercooler)

    remove driver's side headlight (not necessary but makes it a lot easier). Loosen clamp at each end and remove hose.




    Step 4: Remove throttle body

    remove electrical connector and 4 hex bolts (5mm):



    removed:




    Step 5: Loosen serpentine belt and slip off of alternator

    use a box-end or adjustable wrench on tensioner, pull to the right. Carefully slip belt off alternator (towards front of car). Allow to hang loose below




    Step 6: Remove alternator bolts

    remove 4 bolts holding alternator to bracket:




    Step 7: Remove electrical connector and grounding cable from alternator

    after removing the 4 bolts, lay the alternator face down on the top of the fan and remove the electrical connector, and the grounding strap. If you haven't disconnected the battery, be sure to cover the grounding strap in tape so it cannot touch other metal surfaces



    alternator removed; grounding strap shown:




    Step 8: Remove vertical support piece from intake manifold to block

    remove the two bolts holding the support piece (6mm hex):




    Step 9: Remove bolt from metal hose on t-stat; remove bolt from top of oil cooler

    this will allow you to move the hard pipe away from t-stat. On my car, even after removing the bolt I was unable to remove the hard pipe at this time - I had to remove the thermostat from the block, then wiggle it free from the pipe afterwards

    bolt holding the hard pipe on the right, two bolts holding the t-stat to the block on the left:



    bolt holding the metal pipe to the top of the oil cooler (as seen from top of intake):




    Step 10: Remove upper and lower hoses fom t-stat. Remove electrical connector on back side




    Step 11: Remove 2 bolts holding t-stat to block, and remove t-stat






    Step 12: Install new thermostat

    install new thermostat, making sure to remove the old O-ring. The new t-stat will include a new one. I wet my finger with coolant and ran it along the O-ring to pre-lube it before installation. Otherwise, install is reverse of removal:

    All done - looks just like when we started!




    Disclaimer: this information is for informational purposes only. I am not responsible if you somehow manage to blow up your car in the process.
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    Re: DIY: B6 A4 1.8T - Thermostat Replacement

    Fantastic Post Mike - Perfect description of what I need to do. Thanks a lot!

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    thanks for the discription - did mine this weekend and worked out perfect. _ i do recomend getting the part behind the Thermostat when you buy the thermostat, (shaped like a "J" and is held in with one bolt.) I thought the thermostat was leaking, once all taken apart, that "j" plug was the culpirt, but thanks to the audi parts specialist for telling me to replace it . When i removed the part, it came out in 3 pieces - broken plastic. I will try and get the part number a photo. the part was $10
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    great write up. as long as your in there, change out the front knock sensor. you need to remove the thermostat to get at it, so nows a good time.
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    Sorry for reviving this thread...

    I'm kinda stuck w/ removing the hose connected to the bottom part, any tips/tricks?? I keep on pushing it down and twist but won't move at all.

    TIA!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Devo View Post

    This bolt was a serious PIA getting back in. Make sure you grab an elbow socket and long extension. I also had to dive deep under the intake and towards the motor and "feel" the bolt back into place to start it. Simply put, it's pretty hard to start a bolt at an angle with an elbow socket.



    Quote Originally Posted by audi_nightrider View Post
    Sorry for reviving this thread...

    I'm kinda stuck w/ removing the hose connected to the bottom part, any tips/tricks?? I keep on pushing it down and twist but won't move at all.

    TIA!
    after you pull up the metal retaining clip, you have to put some serious "stank" on it.


    Great write up, btw...I approve
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    uff the screw for the thermostat fell some ware!! i cant find it. were can i get another one!!....dang precidente beer
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    Thanks for this write up! I did mine this morning along with the J-plug. Good thing I checked for play on the J-plug when I was swapping the t-stat. Despite no leaking from the J-plug it sheared transversly along the plug itself when i wiggled it Had to dig out some of the pieces from the block and then put in the new one In case anyone was wondering, since I just did a simple drain from the sensor (1.8T) hole and whatever spalshed out from the block when I took out the t-stat, it took me roughly a bit over a gallon of G12 to get the resevoir back to "max" fill line after repeated drive and checking. Have at least 1.5 gals on standby imo


    Edit: btw be careful with that little openning of the engine block support right below the t-stat. my old J-plug fell in there and took like 20mins to get it out of there It's a tight fit but you can easily lose a screw in there too! Tape it up or just be extra careful around that area. You'll noticed it when you're there (1.8 block), hehe.
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    Posting this in here for people who want a complete service kit for the thermostat.

    Click HERE to order or for more information.


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    Make sure to pay attention to the orientation of the plugs/ground for the alternator when putting everything back together. If you put it in upside-down (as I initially did) it won't fit flush against the body no matter how hard to you try and you'll end up breaking a part of the solid metal body trying to force it in. In the correct orientation, the alternator connector plug should be above the grounding connection.

    Another tip: It took me 2 seconds and no effort to put the serpentine belt on the alternator when I had the alternator unscrewed. The alternator will tighten just fine with the serpentine belt on it (but tension off of it, so be sure to stick something in the tensioner to keep it from tightening the belt).

    This job was a bitch, but mainly because I was doing it at 2AM and made some dumb mistakes that made the job take a lot longer than it should have.

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    Also whats the part # for the hard line gasket/o -ring? Is there a parts diagram anywhere? I want to replace that with new along with the Jplug so that this is a one time afffair.

    post script: I am looking at this thing on the Genuine Audi Parts.com site with their diagrams....cant figure it the part # for that hard line to thermostat o ring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS Tuning-Audi View Post
    Posting this in here for people who want a complete service kit for the thermostat.

    Click HERE to order or for more information.


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    Does this include the actual thermostat itself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03AudiA41.8T View Post
    Does this include the actual thermostat itself?
    Yes, everything that's pictured comes in the kit.

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    Can't get the thermostat off that metal pipe! Do you have to remove the bolt in the back too to get be pipe off? Or do you just have to wiggle the thermostat out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by parimal View Post
    Can't get the thermostat off that metal pipe! Do you have to remove the bolt in the back too to get be pipe off? Or do you just have to wiggle the thermostat out?
    Remove the bolt in the back as well... Trying to bend the hard pipe doesn't give you enough room to remove the thermostat housing...

    Also, don't forget to replace that o-ring off the hard pipe...
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    Quote Originally Posted by vhstejskal View Post
    Remove the bolt in the back as well... Trying to bend the hard pipe doesn't give you enough room to remove the thermostat housing...

    Also, don't forget to replace that o-ring off the hard pipe...
    Thanks! I was able to wiggle it out, the back bolt like a PITA to get and get back on...
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    STEP #2 --How the hell do you get that hose off? I pulled like a mother*****er---nothing. I even twisted a bit here and there.
    Am I just not pulling hard enough?

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    Whats the part # for the O-ring off the hard pipe? Do you know where to find a diagram or the part # itself. I looked on GAP and cant make sense of it.

    Quote Originally Posted by vhstejskal View Post
    Remove the bolt in the back as well... Trying to bend the hard pipe doesn't give you enough room to remove the thermostat housing...

    Also, don't forget to replace that o-ring off the hard pipe...

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    Any and all tips will be appreciated. Plan on doing my Thermostat this upcoming weekend! Anyway to get around losing coolant or not lose so much?
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    I am in the middle of this job and make sure you take out the headlight---way more room that way. Also if the top most radiator hose wont pull out (I cant get mine out)--you can get at most everything by moving it around while you pull $hit out of the way.
    The DIY says pull hard back-I did that---aint going no where.

    The J-pipe plug was a bitch on mine---I had to wedge a chisel in there and pound it out for awhile. When the new one went in it slipped right in. I would replace this part. When it came out the rubber o ring didnt look good at all!

    Also, the hard pipe was ridiculous to separate from the thermostat assembly. I had to pry it off and then twist--replace the o-ring for sure.
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    When replacing the bolt on the hard pipe thats under the manifold---be very careful as you can easily break/shatter that oil dipstick tube. In fact I'd go out to that it would be a great time to replace it--as its not if but when it will shatter. For $15 it might save you a lot of time later. There's a writeup out there on AZ on how to avoid getting the orange plastic pieces down into the tube. Use it.

    I wouldnt call this job hard, but it sure as hell aint easy.



    Quote Originally Posted by DownhillA4 View Post
    Any and all tips will be appreciated. Plan on doing my Thermostat this upcoming weekend! Anyway to get around losing coolant or not lose so much?
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    Yea it was tough but it will come off. I used a flat head screw driver with some coolant on it to get it wet under the hose. Keep wiggling it and it will come off.
    Quote Originally Posted by B72011 View Post
    STEP #2 --How the hell do you get that hose off? I pulled like a mother*****er---nothing. I even twisted a bit here and there.
    Am I just not pulling hard enough?
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    I did this on Friday. I was doing a timing belt and radiator anyway, so I just pulled off the entire lock carrier. I didn't take off the t-body or the hose leading to it from the intercooler. I did not pull the intake manifold support either. Since I was taking off the water pump to do the timing belt, I pushed my j-plug out from the inside. It came out in one piece, and it was in fair condition (did not crumble).

    Thumbs-up to ECS for their all inclusive kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucaq View Post
    I did this on Friday. I was doing a timing belt and radiator anyway, so I just pulled off the entire lock carrier. I didn't take off the t-body or the hose leading to it from the intercooler. I did not pull the intake manifold support either. Since I was taking off the water pump to do the timing belt, I pushed my j-plug out from the inside. It came out in one piece, and it was in fair condition (did not crumble).

    Thumbs-up to ECS for their all inclusive kit.
    Thanks for the feed back!

    We just did a PDF on how to replace your coolant flange on the back of the block! Shoot me a PM and I'll be happy to send it your way or check the site under B6 A4 1.8T>> Cooling>> Cooling Flanges>>ES#2602901

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    Thanks for the great writeup. Did mine this evening and the only problem I had was getting that damn belt back on (cold weather, belt wasn't cooperating). Got the thermostat at the dealer, o-rings from local parts shop.

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    waiting on my t-stat kit from ECS and will be doing this tomorrow, sucks because i just did a complete coolant flush like 3 months ago :(

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    started this tonight, noticed the hose clamp for the hose that goes from the intake to the intercooler is inaccessible on the intercooler side, the end with the screw is facing the firewall. guess ill have to just move the hose out of the way when i get to that point.

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    looks like i need a new upper radiator hose, when trying to pull of the smaller hose from the plastic fitting, it broke the nipple off, freaking $90 at the dealer :(

    Note to everyone else in the future, be careful pulling it off, or better yet just remove the end connected to the reservoir and leave this end connected.
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    Just a tip for everyone having difficulty removing that hose from the hard pipe. I use hose pliers. Just grip tighly and twist. It will break the glue-like attachment the hose has to the pipe. Works like magic. Cheap and worth every penny. Got mine in a huge set of pliers at Costco for $20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sa_seahawker View Post
    This bolt was a serious PIA getting back in. Make sure you grab an elbow socket and long extension. I also had to dive deep under the intake and towards the motor and "feel" the bolt back into place to start it. Simply put, it's pretty hard to start a bolt at an angle with an elbow socket
    Instead of removing this rear bolt, I loosened it. This gave me enough wiggle room to remove the thermostat, and saved me the inevitable headache of replacing this bolt. I had a hard enough time getting a socket on it to loosen and re-tighten it. I imagine trying to start it would be the hardest part of this whole job. Oh, and I used a 13mm socket on it. I had a really hard time figuring out which socket fit, since it's such a weird angle.

    I hope that helps somebody!

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    Good write-up.

    A friend of mine did this yesterday on my car and noticed some things in the DIY are missing that you encounter along the way, but others have mentioned some of the things in this thread.

    The thermostat was leaking and throwing a code ("17700 - Map Controlled Engine Cooling Thermostat (F265): Open Circuit. P1292 - 004 - No Signal/Communication - Intermittent") but the code hasn't come back once the new thermostat was put in.
    My J-Plug was actually in good condition and was hard to get out, so we ended up breaking it into pieces to get it out as I prefer to have the new one in while there replacing the thermostat.

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    Great write up! Just followed this today! Even ordered the ECS kit. So far everything is smooth and my needle isn't jumping up and down anymore!! Good kit ECS!

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    Thank you. This was extremely helpful when I did this repair

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    Thanks for all the orders! Glad to see a lot of members getting this done them selves with this DIY and our kit!

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