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1981 Audi Coupe HVAC Heater Core Nissens

P311-1D393E3    W0133-1625769  New

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1981 - Audi Coupe
Nissens
1977 Audi Fox HVAC Heater Core Nissens

P311-1D393E3    W0133-1625769  New

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1977 - Audi Fox
Genuine
1999 Audi A6 HVAC Heater Core Genuine

P311-49B2CC0    W0133-1735624  New

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$168.81
Genuine HVAC Heater Core
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Chas: -020000
  • Seal/clamp kit may also be needed.
Brand: Genuine
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1999 - Audi A6 up to 020000
Genuine
1998 Audi A6 HVAC Heater Core Genuine

P311-49B2CC0    W0133-1735624  New

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Genuine HVAC Heater Core
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Seal/clamp kit may also be needed.
Brand: Genuine
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1998 - Audi A6
APA/URO Parts
1999 Audi A6 HVAC Heater Core APA/URO Parts

P311-59ACFA1    W0133-1735998  New

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APA/URO Parts HVAC Heater Core
  • Chas: 020001-
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1999 - Audi A6 020001 and up
APA/URO Parts
2000 Audi A6 HVAC Heater Core APA/URO Parts

P311-59ACFA1    W0133-1735998  New

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APA/URO Parts HVAC Heater Core
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2000 - Audi A6
ACM
2006 Audi A6 HVAC Heater Core ACM

P311-021B897    W0133-1773965  New

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2006 - Audi A6
ACM
2007 Audi A6 HVAC Heater Core ACM

P311-021B897    W0133-1773965  New

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  • Chas: -114 000
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2005 Audi A6 Quattro HVAC Heater Core ACM

P311-0A3A093    W0133-1816337  New

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2005 - Audi A6 Quattro
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2007 Audi S6 HVAC Heater Core ACM

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  • Chas: 114 001-
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Meyle
1995 Audi A6 HVAC Heater Core Meyle

P311-1BF8812    W0133-1616210  New

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Meyle HVAC Heater Core
  • Aluminum - 275x127x33mm-18.5mm Inlet and Outlet Pipes.
  • Aluminum Core
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1995 - Audi A6
Behr
2007 Audi Q7 HVAC Heater Core Behr

P311-1691D4C    W0133-1769143  New

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Behr HVAC Heater Core
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Brand: Behr
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2007 - Audi Q7
Nissens
2007 Audi Q7 HVAC Heater Core Nissens

P311-3DEC2A3    W0133-1769143  New

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Nissens HVAC Heater Core
Brand: Nissens
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2007 - Audi Q7
Behr
2012 Audi Q7 HVAC Heater Core Behr

P311-1691D4C    W0133-1769143  New

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Behr HVAC Heater Core
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • For Main Heater
Brand: Behr
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2012 - Audi Q7
Nissens
2012 Audi Q7 HVAC Heater Core Nissens

P311-3DEC2A3    W0133-1769143  New

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  • For Main Heater
Brand: Nissens
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2012 - Audi Q7
ACM
1996 Audi A4 HVAC Heater Core ACM

P311-5142C97    W0133-1622658  New

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ACM HVAC Heater Core
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1996 - Audi A4
Nissens
2010 Audi A4 HVAC Heater Core Nissens

P311-555C327    W0133-1913244  New

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Nissens HVAC Heater Core
Brand: Nissens
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2010 - Audi A4
Nissens
2000 Audi TT HVAC Heater Core Nissens

P311-1AB4404    W0133-1737854  New

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Nissens HVAC Heater Core
  • Quick Connect Coupling Type
Brand: Nissens
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2000 - Audi TT
Nissens
2006 Audi A3 HVAC Heater Core Nissens

P311-384F237    W0133-1921380  New

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Nissens HVAC Heater Core
Brand: Nissens
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2006 - Audi A3
ACM
2006 Audi A6 HVAC Heater Core ACM

P311-021B897    W0133-1773965  New

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$239.92
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2006 - Audi A6

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Audi gurgling sound

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Question From jrueckert on Audi gurgling sound

2001 Audi A4 1.8lt with 105k miles.

When I start my car and begin travel (not until I start in motion) I hear something like a gurgling sound coming from the engine area. Kind of sounds like water babbling through a pipe. Goes away after a few minutes. No dashboard indicators are problematic.

This just began a few weeks ago. Doesn't appear to affect car performance, but disconcerting nonetheless. Any ideas?

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

To add to Lorens suggestions. Check the coolant level & make sure the system is full. If you get air in the system you can get this type noise but usually it's more noticable in the heater core area........

Response From Tom Greenleaf

More to add to the guess list: Some carss used hidden restriction for heater input line to slow the flow thru core and a side effect was it was quieter. If recently noticed AND heater hoses were replaced it may have had one unseen and not replaced.

Air (doesn't take much) if in system can make a noisy slosh sound and still not overheat but should go away when properly full so check that.

Water caught up anywhere as Loren said is a possibility and know that use of A/C can make quite a bit of water - may take a turn or something to find it's way out or can even wet passenger's floor if drain is plugged,


T

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

jrueckert; Just an off the wall guess; If you've been using the A/C lately, check to make sure the condensation drain isn't plugged. Or, if it's been raining where you are, be sure the cowl drains aren't plugged.

clamp off hoses to the heater core for my 94 audi 100cs

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Question From mcooper1987 on clamp off hoses to the heater core for my 94 audi 100cs

1994
Audi
100cs quattro
V6
145,000 miles


I need to clamp off the hoses to my car so i can drive it to the shop and would just like to know how and how difficult its going to be to do it.
The heater core on it now is blown and doesn't hold any fluid, so the mechanic told me to just clamp the hoses off and i would be good to go.

I haven't tried to fix it yet but would like to know how i could temporarily fix it.

Please and thank you's in advance

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Better not to clamp it off but to connect the inlet and outlet hoses together. Most cars use a smaller inlet than outlet. You may want a barbed elbow from a hardware store or in a jam I've use a deep socket wrench that fit and lucky had the two different sized but not barbed of course.

You may need the right angle or a "U" pipe creation to do this.

Reason for not just clamping or plugging them and I don't know every layout is that some engines are using the heater for the by-pass system or part of it which maintains even temps of engine coolant front to back or side to side as applicable. If it's that design it would be hazardous to the engine to stop the flow entirely as it could get hot spots unseen by a temp gauge,

T

Heatflow only while driving ,none while standing

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Question From denizluft on Heatflow only while driving ,none while standing

i don't get a warm airflow in my car when im not moving, but when im driving i get warm air. But sometimes when its warm outside it randomly works. Could it be that the heater motor is broken? or the coil? Its a 2002 audi a4 3.0 quattro if anyone needs to know that.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

You mean volume of air - right? That would be the blower motor's job. Will it give you a good blast of air if you select defrost or another setting? Also, do the various speeds of the request work - if auto asking for max defrost should be max fan speed with highest temp requested,

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Response From denizluft

well the faster i got the more air i get i tried to change the volume thing and if i press the defrost all it does is change and the red marks go to max but i still dont get air. Well do you know where i can get a cheap motor? Thanks for your help

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Just surfed around a bit and couldn't find one new/rebuilt?? Can you see the body of the motor easily? If you can, give it a whack with like the plastic end of a screwdriver or small hammer. If it snaps right to that makes it pretty sure it is the motor itself that's bad. There could be other things. Would be nice to see that it gets voltage and NOT work before replacing it.

If this is real expensive or dealer only for some reason inquire about getting that one rebuilt or a used one,

T

Response From denizluft

hey i was talking with you like 2 weeks ago bc of my heater, that only works while driving , well when the warmer weather came my heater started working again but now it doesnt anymore bc its cold again. so my conclusion is that the heater only works when it is over 55 Fahrenheit is. Do you have and suggestions what could be wrong? bc the motor seems to work, only if its warm tho :P

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Did you find the blower motor itself yet? Does this seem like no blower motor at all when it does this?

T

Response From denizluft

its the same motor i had on before , the same motor used to work perfect in the summer but once it got cold it stopped working , but the 5 days ago we had 60 degrees outside and then my motor started working the whole day not now that it got below 50 degrees it stopped working again. You know what i mean basically when the weather is warm it works but when its cold it doesn't work. could it be the wire ring ?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What "wire ring?" What I was thinking is that the car may have a blower delay so that it won't blow cold air at you until warmed up - those are monitoring coolant temp not air temp though. I'd like to know if power gets to the blower motor at all,

T

Response From Double J

hey Tom

sounds like they meant "wiring"

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Duh! Yes - that's why I want to know if current gets to the motor and then dig into it whether yes or no??

T

Ps: JIM - after reading about seven Zillion posts you do lose your mind ....... if you find it please send it along!

Response From denizluft

well the blower motor does not get current when the outside temperature is below 50 degrees or so, so the blower motor only works (gets current) when the outside temperature is above 50. so the engine heating up has nothing to do with it cuz it still doesnt work after a while. it seems like it only has to do with the outside temperature. let me know if you know what i mean now. sorry to make things complicated

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Ok: First off I don't know Audis very well specifically. Cars made with ATC (automatic temp contol) and perhaps others will put a temp sensor in the inlet coolant hose to heater core to sense temp and disallow the fan till a specified temp is achieved. Many of my own I just defeat that feature because I want the heat even if not so hot as early as possible mostly to de-ice the whole car. Most of those will ignore the temp when defrost only is selected but can't say for your car. I'm in full guess mode for you and could use help from others here if they are watching.

I think this may be the problem. That device in cars that do that is just a two wire temp sensing thing in the inlet heater hose. It could be a combo valve in some vehicles that also alters the flow of warm/hot coolant. Those would have more wiring and a diaphragm on most. I don't have free access to diagrams for this and if it was in front of me i'd be looking at how things are done as best I could with a simple test light seeing what happens at what temp,

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