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Help identifying this sensor/valve? (3b)

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2020 7:29 am 
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Can someone help me confirm WTF this sensor/sender is? The location would seem consistent with what I see in the Bentley as the "Oil pressure relief valve, with oil pressure sender" but the images I've found on the internet/SJM don't look like it.

Searches for the above don't look anything like what I'm seeing on my car. Any help would be really appreciated.


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Oil temp sender for the gauge.

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You’re the man, as usual. I’m not seeing a temp sensor in my Busch league googling. You don’t have a P/N or a link to one that I can reference by chance?

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035919521B NLA and currently unavailable at audi tradition unfortunately. What's wrong with yours? I may have a good used one sitting around. Looks like an oil leak is coming from higher up?

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yodasfro wrote:
035919521B NLA and currently unavailable at audi tradition unfortunately. What's wrong with yours? I may have a good used one sitting around. Looks like an oil leak is coming from higher up?


Hah. NLA oil sensor. Wonderful. Sometimes I really wish 16 year-old me had fallen in love with Hondas instead of these damn things.

I have a 20vt parts car (buried) out in the back of the shop. I'll get it out and take a look to see if it's usable later this week. If that doesn't pan out and you have one somewhere that you'd consider selling, I'd be much obliged.

I'm not certain it's the ONLY source of the leak, but it is definitely leaking. All that oil you see is from a 3 mile drive. It was bone dry after cleaned it last night because I assumed it was coming from somewhere higher. Nothing obvious that I can find, at least not while this thing is pissing all over the place.

Thanks as always, Austin. I'll shoot you a PM if I strike out on my parts car.

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