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Barry's '90 200TQA - parting out, emotional support vehicle

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I finally got the rear amplified speakers working with my Eclipse CD7000 head unit. You just have to use an RCA out from your aftermarket head unit to push line level signal through the stock wiring. I cut a 4" length off one end of an RCA cable pair, and spliced them into the blue w/ red stripe (L) and green w/ red stripe (R). There's only one ground going to the amp for both speakers, so I crimped the grounds from both sides of the RCA connector to the ground wire. There are two "remote on" white wires in the car - one is remote on for the amp, the other is ? (I'm assuming it's for the amplified antenna). Anyway, you'll just have to test which one turns on the amp, they're both white. Or do what I did and hook both of them up :).

Results? The rear speakers finally work, the amp turns on with the head unit, and I now have rear fill. The speakers don't sound the greatest, but it's better than the crappy, "free-air" 4" set I have crammed in the dash w/ absolutely NO bass response. It'll work for now, but a bigger, better stereo is definitely in the works :D.

(FYI - My car did not come with Bose audio)


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Just scored five Amsoil oil filters for my 200 last night. This guy had retired from some parts company and has these as NOS. All five for $20!


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I finally got myself a full set of Bentley manuals, plus the 100/200 Service Training booklet. Thanks to 'trafficjamz'!

Hmm, what's the correct resistant range for a WUR? (flip, flip flip . . .)


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My friend at work saw me pull in this morning, and commented on how the Audi looks good with the tint, and the roof rails pulled off. Sleek. She called her the 'Red Bandanna' . .

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I had to replace the thermostat after only nine months - crappy Auto-Buddy thermostat! Oh well, it gave me time to do a proper coolant system flush. New coolant sensors too, and a quick polish of the water manifold :) (on an otherwise crusty-lookin motor . .)

This helped my cold start issues - guess my sensors were bad after all, even though they had tested good before.


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Haven't updated in awhile, but I've been busy w/ the car. Two weeks ago was the IAT:

Well I wasn't getting a code for it, but the card drove like it was running too lean (again!). So, after tons of research, I followed the advise at sjmautotechnik.com, pulled out my spare IAT from the parts car and went to work. I tested the resistance values with a hair dryer :), and the readings looked good. I removed the soldered leads, cleaned up the terminals on the IAT, soldered 7/32" quick-connects onto the existing wiring in the car, covered them in heat-shrink tubing, and then installed the replacement IAT. And wala! The car runs good again, pulls hard to 1.8bar, and drives like it should.

Then next was my knock sensors:

After replacing the IAT, I was getting a 2144 code, and I could feel the timing being retarded at full throttle past 3k RPM (haha - timing being retarded :P). I had one pristine spare knock sensor, and scored a second one off eBay for $20 NOS! Installed them both and all is well again. For now . .

FYI, the old IAT tested good too. So I don't know if A) the solder connections to the IAT were bad from age, or B) the old IAT was failing intermittently, though I didn't see any cracks in the solder joints from the resistor to the terminals. But the car has gone a good two weeks on the replacement sensor with no issues and no codes - yay! :)


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Oh yeah - Saturday she stranded me for the first time! I didn't pull codes correctly for the no-start condition so I don't have any info, but after 45 minutes she magically started like nothing happened! I cleaned the reference sensors (20 years of crap on 'em), so I'll just have to wait until she dies again to troubleshoot correctly.

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I finally bought a CIS fuel pressure tester after years of VAG ownership. Got around to testing control and system pressure on the '90 TQA yesterday. We had a little trouble - mostly the directions on 1) where to hook it up, and 2) what adapters to use were rubbish. No problem though, after a bit of fiddling around we got it figured out.

During the trouble, we swapped in the WUR off my parts car (just made it easier to swap connections). So, system pressure is at a respectable 6.1 bar, and warm control pressure is at 3.6 bar.

So we installed the replacement WUR since it tested OK, and now my power is back! Obviously my old WUR was bunk - we hadn't got any readings before we switched, so I don't know exactly what is wrong with it. Maybe I'll take it apart and rebuild it down the road. But for now I'm happy.

Haven't had a chance to see if my cold-start issue is any better, as it's seeping just a very little bit now at the fuel line connections on the WUR. Crappy aluminum washers! So, I've got to procure some new ones tomorrow. More later . .

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What exactly do you mean by WUR? something something regulator?

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Yup, warm-up regulator. Don't have a good picture of it, but it sits on the driver's side of the block, and two braided fuel lines run to it. It controls the fuel pressure as the car warms up.

Here's a pic of one off the car, borrowed from PelicanParts.com (some older Porsches run CIS too):

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Forgot to post these, but my girlfriend got me this for Christmas :-D


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Hmm, well, it's been a busy year. My daughter was born last August. So there's was plenty of moving and prep before that. And now there's more moving and prep as we shop for our first house (hopefully with a GARAGE, thank you! :D).

Right now, I'm finishing up rebuilding the PS system. All hoses were replaced (ouch - pricey!), the pump X caps were resealed, and I'm installing new tie rods and a steering damper upgrade. Since my last update, I've also done new reference sensors, 034 silicone breather hoses, plug wires, and a new cold start valve. Oh, and I removed the roof rails and installed a car seat base :). I've got more update plans for this car in the future, but right now I need a good working space before I can start tearing in. The Porsche has taken more than it's share of wrenching time this past year, the needy bitch! :D

Here are a few pics I took right before I started the PS rebuild:


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Not much unfortunately. The car continues to run well. I have a ton of updates planned, and a shed full of parts to back that up. Including some oddball wheels to keep people guessing.

The plan is to take the car off the road in a month or two, and finally tear into the suspension etc. and redo it all. I will take pics and post updates when it all happens, but it's been pretty quiet. Good news really :).

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Working on the rental property below . . .

Is preventing me from working on the beast . . . (so dirty! :()

Plus those cute little ones take time (though they do hand me wrenches occasionally) . . .

And I have all of these upgrades waiting . . .
- 3 spoke sport steering wheel
- Koni struts
- S4 rear subframe with OEM sway bar
- vacuum brake boost conversion parts

Suffice it to say I do start the beast every week or two, and drive it around if possible. *More news after the holiday break *

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I found out I had a worn front upper strut mount that was causing my steering sloppiness. No problem - it's easy to change, and I had a known good one in my parts stash. Famous last words! The strut shaft cracked while trying to undo the nut! I was using proper tools, and hadn't even broken out the cheater pipe yet! So I had to pull the whole strut and Dremel that bitch off! Good thing I had Koni struts waiting in the wings.

Anyone have a pair of stock strut caps? The Bilstein-only caps do not seal like the stock ones (larger Inside Diamater for Bilstein strut tube). Looks like the PN is 431412047B, and WorldImpex has them for like $28 each.


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Hmm, these are looking good. Other than changing the lower control arms, what else would need to be modded to fit these UrS4/6 front struts to a 200?
Truthfully I already have NIB Konis, but am short on time - so the thought of picking up a pre-built set is attractive.

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For future reference torch those upper strut nuts and burn out all of the nylock plastic. Then they'll come of easy.

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It never occurred to me because I've removed plenty of these nuts over the years without incident. The struts were installed by the previous owner's mechanic, so I don't know if Loctite Red was used? And as I said, I didn't feel I gave it that much torque (I'm not *that* strong! :P)

But yeah, the next one will definitely get the torch treatment.

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Torch worked beautifully to remove the second strut top nut. And it was very satisfying as well :D.

And a set of stock strut caps are on the way :thumbsup:.


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OK, it's time to update this thread, as I have been busy on a few projects on the car. We'll start with the upper strut mount upgrade:

Since my driver's front strut mount was way way gone, I took the opportunity to upgrade to the C4 strut mount system. I found a used set of C4 plates etc from Force5, cleaned 'em up and painted them, then mounted it all with new strut bearings, C4 mounts and washers, strut bellows and bump stops etc. It all went together very nicely, and I finally got rid of that front-end slop that I'd been chasing forever. Oh, and I threw in Koni front struts while I was in there.

Next update - sport steering wheel upgrade . . .

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Many have installed the early B5 sport steering wheel on older Audis. I've always loved this wheel, and have wanted to do this upgrade for quite some time. The classic 'glue on the cancel ring from your old wheel' trick worked great, but there were a few issues to deal with on a Type44 that I hadn't seen documented before.

1) The new wheel back face was hitting against the cover ring on the stalk assembly when fully tightened down. I had to get creative and cover things while I cut it down about 2mm with the Dremel. Note the rag and 'catch bowl' from the kitchen toolkit :).

2) Not that it's difficult, but the column covers were kind of a pain. There is no OEM bolt-on solution to this one that I'm aware of. The answer - Dremel and check until it fits. And in my case, use vacuum line sliced lengthwise to hide some of the rough edges. Also, I ended up using the old cover face as a bolt-up template for the clock spring locating post (I just drilled a hole for it to fit into).

The result is a great-looking steering wheel that has a fat grip - YES :D.

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