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I also have a problem on a 2002 Audi TT Roadster, 2WD,- I've replaced the heater core (that was a pain in the ass) and the thermostat - my heater hoses also also get hot :angry: - is there a sensor that opens the heater door?
Are there any dealer mechanics that would care to shed a little light on :rolleyes: the subject ( err heat ).
 

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My cousin had the same problem on his 01. He replaced the pump and flushed all the crap out of the radiator and it has been working great....why don't u try this??... bye and hope ur problem will be solved...




Originally posted by Adon1@Aug 19 2004, 12:14 AM
I also have a problem on a 2002 Audi TT Roadster, 2WD,- I've replaced the heater core (that was a pain in the ass) and the thermostat - my heater hoses also also get hot :angry: - is there a sensor that opens the heater door?
Are there any dealer mechanics that would care to shed a little light on :rolleyes: the subject ( err heat ).
 

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My brother had a 2002 Audi Quattro and the door under the dash wouldn't close and always got cold air instead of hot or inside temp. Pushed door closed and drove a screw down from the windsheild through the dash into the door flapper. all ok couldnt get fresh air but saved ripping the dash apart.......bye for now...more later




Originally posted by Adon1@Aug 19 2004, 12:14 AM
I also have a problem on a 2002 Audi TT Roadster, 2WD,- I've replaced the heater core (that was a pain in the ass) and the thermostat - my heater hoses also also get hot :angry: - is there a sensor that opens the heater door?
Are there any dealer mechanics that would care to shed a little light on :rolleyes: the subject ( err heat ).
 
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