Audi A4 Owners & Service Manuals

Audi A4: Level Control System Sensor

Overview - Front Level Control System Sensor

Overview - Front Level Control System Sensor

1 - Bolt

  • 9 Nm

2 - Front Level Control System Sensor

  • Left Front Level Control System Sensor -G78-
  • Right Front Level Control System Sensor -G289-
  • With coupling rod and retaining plate
  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Left/Right Front Level Control System Sensor -G78-/-G289-, Removing and Installing".
  • Installation position: sensor coupling rod points outward

3 - Subframe

4 - Control Arm

5 - Nut

  • 9 Nm
  • Replace after removing
  • Self-locking

Overview - Rear Level Control System Sensor

Overview - Rear Level Control System Sensor

1 - Rear Level Control System Sensor

  • Left Rear Level Control System Sensor -G76-
  • Right Rear Level Control System Sensor -G77-
  • With coupling rod and retaining plate
  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Left/Right Rear Level Control System Sensor -G76-/-G77-, Removing and Installing".
  • Installation position: Sensor coupling rod points toward the rear

2 - Bolt

  • 9 Nm

3 - Subframe

4 - Front Upper Transverse Link

5 - Nut

  • 9 Nm
  • Replace after removing
  • Self-locking

Left/Right Front Level Control System Sensor -G78-/-G289-, Removing and Installing

Special tools and workshop equipment required

  • Torque Wrench 1410 -VAG1410-

  Caution

This procedure contains mandatory replaceable parts. Refer to component overview and parts catalog prior to starting procedure.

Mandatory Replacement Parts

  • Nut - Front Level Control System Sensor to Subframe

Removing

- Disconnect the connector -3- and free up the wire.

- Remove the coupling rod nut -2-.

- Remove the bolt -1- and remove the level control system sensor

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Installing

Install in reverse order of removal and note the following:

  • Adjust the headlamps. Refer to → Electrical Equipment; Rep. Gr.94; Headlamps; Headlamps, Adjusting.
  • Driver assistance systems front camera, calibrating. Refer to → Chapter "Driver Assistance Systems Front Camera, Calibrating".

Tightening Specifications

  • Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Front Level Control System Sensor"

Left/Right Rear Level Control System Sensor -G76-/-G77-, Removing and Installing

Special tools and workshop equipment required

  • Torque Wrench 1410 -VAG1410-

  Caution

This procedure contains mandatory replaceable parts. Refer to component overview and parts catalog prior to starting procedure.

Mandatory Replacement Parts

  • Nut - Rear Level Control System Sensor to Front Upper Transverse Link

Removing

- Disconnect the connector -3-.

- Remove the coupling rod nut -1-.

- Remove the bolt -2- and remove the level control system sensor.

Installing

Install in reverse order of removal and note the following:

  • Adjust the headlamps. Refer to → Electrical Equipment; Rep. Gr.94; Headlamps; Headlamps, Adjusting.

Tightening Specifications

  • Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Rear Level Control System Sensor"

Special Tools

Special tools and workshop equipment required

  • Torque Wrench 1410 -VAG1410-

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