Audi Chemicals Parts
Audi Chemicals Parts
Audi, a stand out auto brand, is internationally known for selling some of the best vehicles with luxurious features built out of their headquarters, in Germany. Audi’s logo pays tribute to their core philosophy, "Progress through Technology.” This has helped push their engineering team to build upon one of the most sought after auto bran’s in the industry. Audi’s elite standards are manufactured into every one of their vehicles and products, even in their chemical parts and components. If your Audi’s mass air flow has become worn or deteriorated, your vehicle will eventually begin to lose power, get terrible gas mileage, and show error codes that will not pass emission inspections. You can tell when your Audi’s MAF has become dirty by checking your gas mileage for a lower intake and power; or just a noticeably worsening driving experience. You can also notice a regular hiccup of sorts, where it will feel like your Audi has missed a step. Usually, you will notice some grime or debris on your MAF when you lift your Audi’s hood and check it. One of the first steps in troubleshooting your MAF is to locate it under your Audi’s hood. It will be connected to your air intake, which is a black box on the side of the engine. Make sure you take an account of how your MAF is linked up before you disconnect it. Do not rush in the process, as it is important that you set aside some time for the proper amount of time to complete all of the steps below. FCP Euro has far-reaching selection of Audi chemical parts and components, as well as all of your Audi’s general parts.
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After finding your MAF under your Audi’s hood, you have to pull it away from the vehicle. Place it in a zip-lock bag with a bottle of 70-30 isopropyl rubbing alcohol. Swish the bag around so it gets into all of the areas of your MAF. Set the bag aside for around 15 minutes to make sure it washes all of the debris away. Next, take your Audi’s MAF out of the baggy and place it in a dry place upon a towel for about 30 minutes. Make sure it is completely dry before putting it back into your Audi. If it is still wet when you place it back into the vehicle, water or the alcohol can get into your Audi’s engine, creating harmful damage. FCP Euro's excellent and passionate call center team is always on hand and willing to help out with any support or questions you have. If you would like further advice in order find out which chemical part works best in your Audi, FCP has an extensive inventory for the Audi brand. Check out FCP Euro’s website for all products, as well as our continuously updating catalog. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.