Although this guide is specifically made for the 2. Torx set, Hex set, and a triple square socket set. A couple of long forex pemula extensions and some swivels.

Also find some kind of bar for leverage. Should come with release bearing, pilot bearing, clutch disk, and pressure plate. 2013: Last year my Audi A4 was involved in an accident and had to be junked as a result. Wish I could have kept it longer as I wanted to see how many miles I could get out of the resurfaced flywheel. The car had around 132,000 miles when it was junked.

Preparation And Disconnecting The Driveshaft 1. I would not use anything smaller than 6 ton because they provide not only the correct support but also plenty of height. Remove the exhaust by following the Audi A4 Exhaust Removal Guide. The shield covers the drive-shaft and is secured with 4 small bolts. The drive shaft must be disconnected from the transmission and moved out of the way. Because of the two-piece design and the rubber center bearing, it is crucial that the drive-shaft is aligned properly during re-installation. If you have to completely remove the drive-shaft, make several marks so that you will be able to reinstall it correctly.

Remove the bolts from the front of the drive-shaft. Apply e-brake to keep the drive shaft still. If you are only moving the shaft out of the way, then remove the shield from the transmission and slide the drive shaft out of the way. I removed the bolts from the rear of the drive-shaft. And finally removed the center drive-shaft support bolts. Once those are removed, the drive shaft could be taken out of the car. Use the 2′ extension and a swivel to reach the shield bolts.

Might have to play around with different extensions to reach these. Do the same thing on the passenger side. I couldn’t access the passenger side top shield bolt with the extensions. Instead I got it by feeding a wrench from the bottom. The nice thing about the 5 speed is that there are only three. All of them are on the driver side of the transmission. Did it the clutch made a rumbling noise when pressed in and no gears worked.