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Audi Power Steering Fluid - G002000 - G004000 German Audi Power Steering Fluid

As an independent Audi service garage with over 24 years of hands-on experience, we've seen many mechanical breakdowns on vehicles. Experience has shown that changing your fluids is the single most important preventive maintenance routine you can perform to avoid vehicle breakdowns. Yet, for many Audi owners, this seems to be one of the most neglected areas of maintenance. Thoroughly flushing your fluids at the proper intervals can help your car reach 150,000 miles and beyond! Changing your Audi power steering fluid prevents failure of expensive steering pumps, rack and pinions, and other steering related parts.

Types of Audi Power Steering Fluid

Audi Power Steering Fluid - G004000 CHF 202
Audi Power Steering Fluid - G002000 CHF 11S
Audi Power Steering Fluid - G002000 CHF 7.1
FAQ: Can you mix mineral based CHF 7.1 Audi power steering fluid with synthetic CHF 11S or CHF 202 Audi power steering fluid?

Basic Overview Of How To Flush & Change Audi Power Steering Fluid For:
- Audi A4 1996-2001
- Audi S4 2001-2002
- Audi A6 Models 1998-04 (including Audi Allroad models)
  Basic Overview Of How To Flush & Change Audi Power Steering Fluid For:
- Audi 5000, 100, 200, V8 Models 1984-1991
- Audi 90 20 Valve Models 1990-1991
- Audi S4, S6 Models 1992-1996
Audi Power Steering Fluid Cap

Why Is Flushing & Changing Your Audi Power Steering Fluid Important

Some suggest that you don't need to change your Audi power steering fluid. We feel this isn't logical. An Audi power steering pump is just one component of concern. The moving internal components of the steering pump and steering rack and pinion mesh and wear with one another, creating metallic particles that contaminate Audi power steering fluid. It's important to change the Audi power steering fluid as a part of your preventive maintenance schedule. We recommend changing your Audi power steering fluid as a first step when attempting to solve hydraulic related issues, such as a noisy steering pump or the intermitted loss of power assisted steering. Vehicles operating in hotter climates or that are subjected to driving in heavy city traffic should have their Audi power steering fluid changed every 30,000 miles. It's good preventive maintenance, and is inexpensive when compared to the replacement of an Audi steering pump or Audi steering rack and pinion.

Audi Power Steering Fluid Specifications and Features:

Blauparts stocks and sells high quality Ravenol SSF German made Audi power steering fluid that meets / exceeds Audi Vw specifications (i.e. G004000 and G002000 Audi power steering fluid specs). Customers should check their Audi owner's manual and subsequent factory service manual for what type of Audi power steering fluid is recommended for their vehicle.

  • Audi Power Steering Fluid - Audi CHF 202 Power Steering Fluid

    Ravenol Audi Power Steering Fluid

    Ravenol SSF fluid is equivalent to these popular power steering fluid parts numbers and meets or exceeds the following specifications:

    Audi Power Steering Fluid Meet

    Equivalent to Pentosin CHF 202
    Audi power steering fluid
    G004000
    G 004 000 M2
    G004000M2
    Audi power steering fluid specification
    Audi Vw TL 52 146 01

    Other Fluid Specs
    ZF TE-ML 02K
    ISO 7308
    DIN 51 524 Teil 2
    BMW power steering fluid
    82 11 1 468 041
    82 11 0 148 132
    83 29 0 429 576
    M2C204A
    1 384 110
    Mercedes Benz power steering fluid
    001 989 24 03
    343.0, 345.0
    Volvo power steering fluid
    1161529
    30741424
    Saab power steering fluid
    93160548
    Porsche power steering fluid
    000 043 206 56

    Ravenol Power Steering Fluid Features:

    1 Liter Bottle (1.06 Quart) Mfd in Germany

    Ravenol SSF is a high quality, high performance synthetic based power steering fluid that is perfectly engineered for Audi's power steering systems and meet the latest specifications issued by VAG. A great choice for the high tolerance Vw and Audi hydraulic systems, as well as other European cars, such as BMW, Mercedes, Volvo, and Porsche.

    • Great shear stability at high temperatures.
    • Maintains consistent viscosity in extreme operating temperatures from -40°C to over 130°C.
    • Good anti-foaming characteristics.
    • Extremely low pour point.
    • Excellent corrosion protection.
    • High thermal stability.

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    Ravenol Audi Power Steering Fluid - CHF 202

    Buy Audi CHF 202 G004000 Power Steering Fluid

    Pentosin CHF 202 Note:
    Blauparts is closing out of Pentosin CHF 202 power steering fluid and is replacing it with the above Ravenol of Germany SSF power steering fluid. The Pentosin CHF 202 hydraulic power steering fluid (G004000) has been replaced with this improved German made Ravenol SSF fluid.

  • Audi Power Steering Fluid - Audi CHF 11s Power Steering Fluid

    Ravenol Audi Power Steering Fluid

    Ravenol SSF fluid is equivalent to these popular power steering fluid parts numbers and meets or exceeds the following specifications:

    Audi Power Steering Fluid Meets

    Equivalent to Pentosin CH11s
    Audi power steering fluid
    G002000
    G 002 000
    G002000
    Audi power steering fluid specification
    Audi Vw TL 146 00

    Other Fluid Specs
    ZF TE-ML 02K
    ISO 7308
    DIN 51 524 Teil 2
    BMW power steering fluid
    82 11 1 468 041
    82 11 0 148 132
    83 29 0 429 576
    M2C204A
    1 384 110
    Mercedes Benz power steering fluid
    001 989 24 03
    343.0, 345.0
    Volvo power steering fluid
    1161529
    30741424
    Saab power steering fluid
    93160548
    Porsche power steering fluid
    000 043 206 56

    Ravenol Power Steering Fluid Features:

    1 Liter Bottle (1.06 Quart) Mfd in Germany

    Ravenol SSF is a high quality, high performance synthetic based power steering fluid that is perfectly engineered for Audi's power steering systems and meet the latest specifications issued by VAG. A great choice for the high tolerance Vw and Audi hydraulic systems, as well as other European cars, such as BMW, Mercedes, Volvo, and Porsche.

    • Great shear stability at high temperatures.
    • Maintains consistent viscosity in extreme operating temperatures from -40°C to over 130°C.
    • Good anti-foaming characteristics.
    • Extremely low pour point.
    • Excellent corrosion protection.
    • High thermal stability.

    LINKS
    Ravenol Audi Power Steering Fluid - CHF 11s

    Buy Audi CHF 11s G002000 Power Steering Fluid

    Pentosin CHF 11s Note:
    Blauparts is closing out of Pentosin CHF 11s power steering fluid and is replacing it with the above Ravenol of Germany SSF power steering fluid. The Pentosin CHF 11s hydraulic power steering fluid (G002000 Red Cap) has been replaced with this improved German made Ravenol SSF fluid.
  • Audi Power Steering Fluid - Audi CHF 7.1 Power Steering Fluid

    Febi Bilstein Audi Power Steering Fluid

    Bilstein 08972 formula was originally designed for Mercedes Benz 'ZF' brand steering systems and is equivalent to CHF 7.1 which was used in Audi 'ZF' brand steering systems. This formula is specifically designed for high tolerance hydraulic systems.

    Audi Power Steering Fluid Specifications Meet:

    CHF 7.1
    G 002 000 M2
    G002000
    G002000M2

    Other Fluid Specs:
    Mercedes Benz 08972
    BMW 82.11.1.468.041
    BMW 81.22.9.407.758
    Porsche 000 043 203 33

    1 Liter Bottle (1.06 Quart) Mfd in Germany

    CHF 7.1 Note:
    There is a difference between the Bilstein 08972 (CHF 7.1) and Pentosin CHF 11s power steering fluids. The Bilstein 08972 (CHF 7.1) is a mineral oil blend, where as the Pentosin CHF 11s is a synthetic oil blend. Synthetic oil blends don't need to be changed as frequently.

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    Audi Power Steering Fluid - CHF 7.1

    Buy Audi CHF 7.1 G002000 Power Steering Fluid













    CLOSEOUT FLUIDS:
    Audi Power Steering Fluid - Meyle G002000 CHF 11s
    Audi Power Steering Fluid - Pentosin G004000 CHF 202
    Audi Power Steering Fluid - Meyle G004000 CHF 202

    Closeout Pentosin CHF 11s Audi Power Steering Fluid

Audi Power Steering Fluid - Ravenol Audi Power Steering FluidAbout Ravenol of Germany

Since 1946, Ravenol of Germany has been at the forefront of innovation, creating the highest quality oils and lubricants specific to advanced engine, transmission, and power steering system designs. Ravenol is recognized throughout Europe as a leader in fluid technology, keeping pace with the latest fluid specifications. They've succeeded in meeting and often exceeding the performance requirements set by leading European automobile manufacturers. Ravenol's innovative and technologically advanced lubricant product line has out performed many of the leading motor oil companies. They have been awarded formal approvals from leading vehicle manufacturers such as Mercedes Benz, Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Porsche, Volvo, ZF, and many more. Most German automotive owners want only the best fluids. Blauparts believes in providing oils and lubricants that are formulated and engineered to meet your car's stringent specifications.

Brief History Of The Audi Power Steering Fluid Systems

In 1984 the Audi 5000 was considered an innovative automobile. The 5000 was equipped with a unique hydraulic pump that simultaneously performed both the power assisted braking and power assisted steering. This dual functioning system was used on many Audi models up until around 1996. The 1996 S6 model with 5 Cylinder 20 Valve engine was the last to use it.Audi S4 S6 Power Steering Pump - Audi Power Steering Fluid

Back then, a double vain hydraulic pump performed these two functions (power assist braking and power assist steering), requiring an advanced hydraulic oil that could properly function under the inherent high operating pressures and temperatures generated within this system. This unique system spawned a new era of fluids, a mineral based (CHF 7.1) hydraulic steering fluid in the early 1980s, and later a synthetic based fluid (CHF11s) in the 1990s.

Today, Audi and Vw models use a much simpler design (compared to what was used back in the 1980s and 1990s). The single vain steering pumps of today typically only generate hydraulic pressure for the power assisted steering function and has a lower operating temperature. The mounting location of the steering pump differs depending on model and engine configuration and may be This variable may mounted near other heat generating components (i.e. turbochargers). Today's power steering fluid must facilitate proper steering pump operation, withstand high temperatures, and ensure reliably over a long period of time and under all vehicle operating conditions.

Ravenol SSF sets the standard for innovation in the field of power steering fluid. With their propriety formulation, Ravenol SSF covers the demands of most popular European hydraulic steering pump designs, past and present, single vain and double vain. Note the broad list of specifications Ravenol SSF power steering fluid meets / exceeds above.

FAQ: Can you mix mineral based CHF 7.1 Audi power steering fluid with synthetic CHF 11S or CHF 202 Audi power steering fluid?

There has been a good measure of controversy over this question. Here is what our own experience shows. Over the last decade we've had no compatibility problems mixing the CHF 7.1 non-synthetic mineral base fluid and the CHF 11S synthetic based Audi power steering fluid. No problems with our own vehicles and no problems with our customers vehicles. Our success in mixing the 2 Audi power steering fluids coincides with the Audi tech bulletin 48-89-T07 issued in November 1989. It states "The new [synthetic Pentosin 11S] and old power steering fluid [non-synthetic Pentosin 7.1] can be mixed if necessary ... the part number [remains] unchanged." So according to Audi, you can mix the 2 Audi power steering fluids. Even though the composition of the fluid changed (CHF 11S synthetic mineral oil vs CHF 7.1 non-synthetic mineral oil), Audi didn't even change the part number. All 1990 - on Audi models have come filled from the factory with the synthetic CHF 11S Audi power steering fluid (G002000). Please Note: Never mix generic power steering fluid or other fluid with the CHF 7.1 or CHF 11S Audi power steering fluid (G002000). If you or someone else did, flush the Audi power steering fluid as described below.

Overview Of How To Change Audi Power Steering Fluid For:

Audi A4 1996-2001, S4 2001-2002, And A6 All Models 1998-04 (Including Allroad) Overview:

Refer to the factory manual for Audi hydraulic system instructions.
We recommend having an A.S.E. certified Audi mechanic change your Audi power steering fluid.
Always wear gloves and wear safety goggles when handling Audi fluids.
Never start the vehicle without Audi power steering fluid in the fluid reservoir.

This is a basic overview of what is involved when flushing Audi power steering fluid. It is not intended to replace the factory manual. Please refer to the factory manual for detailed instructions.

  1. Audi Allroad Power Steering FluidThe Audi power steering fluid reservoir is located on the drivers side inner fender well in the engine compartment right behind the head lamp.
  2. Locate the oil cooler tubing in front of the radiator for Audi power steering fluid. Find the rubber hose that attaches to the tubing located near the drivers side lower corner of the radiator. Disconnect the hose and drain the Audi power steering fluid.
  3. Flush the old Audi power steering fluid out of the Audi steering rack and pinion. Turn the steering wheel full lock side to side about 10 times. This sequence pushes the Audi power steering fluid out of the steering rack and into the fluid reservoir in order for it to drain out.
  4. Some models have a sleeve type filter screen inserted in the fill hole of the Audi power steering fluid reservoir. If it has the filter, remove it and clean it. Clean out the sediment that also exists on the bottom of the Audi power steering fluid reservoir.
  5. Reinstall the Audi power steering fluid hose removed in step (2) and fill the reservoir with G002000 Audi power steering fluid.
  6. Start the engine and let the car run for 10 seconds at a idle. Important! Do not rev the engine up. Revving the engine could cause hydraulic pump damage.
  7. Refill the Audi power steering fluid reservoir again with G002000 hydraulic steering fluid.
  8. Start the engine and let the car run at a idle turn the steering wheel full lock about 10 times from side to side.
  9. Turn the engine off and top off the Audi power steering fluid in the reservoir.

Overview Of How To Change Audi Power Steering Fluid For:

1984-1991 Audi 5000, 100, 200, V8 Models 1984-1991
1990-1991 Audi 90 20 Valve Models 1990-1991,
1992-1996 Audi S4, S6 Models

Refer to the factory manual for Audi hydraulic system instructions.
Change Audi hydraulic Fluid - Flush Audi hydraulic Fluid
How To Change Audi hydraulic Fluid - How To Flush Audi hydraulic Fluid
We recommend having an A.S.E. certified Audi mechanic change your Audi power steering fluid.
Always wear gloves and wear safety goggles when handling Audi fluids.
Never start the vehicle without Audi power steering fluid in the fluid reservoir.

This is a basic overview of what is involved when flushing Audi power steering fluid. It is not intended to replace the factory manual. Please refer to the factory manual for detailed instructions.

  1. Audi 5000 100 200 1984-1991 models have an Audi power steering fluid reservoir container that is long, round, and just to the left of your brake master cylinder on the fire wall. Audi 90/V8/S4/S6 models have an Audi power steering fluid reservoir that is located on the drivers side inner fender well in the engine compartment right behind the head lamp (see picture).
  2. As you remove the fill cap, you'll see that the cap has a spring and washer attached to it. They apply pressure to the reservoir filter insert. Stick your index finger into the reservoir and pull out the filter insert and clean or replace it.
  3. Locate the hose on the very bottom of the Audi power steering fluid reservoir that runs down to the brake accumulator (a.k.a. the bomb). Loosen the clamp and remove the hose then drain the Audi power steering fluid.
  4. Flush the old Audi power steering fluid out of the Audi steering rack and pinion. Turn the steering wheel full lock side to side about 10 times. This sequence pushes the old Audi power steering fluid out of the steering rack and into the fluid reservoir in order for it to drain out.
  5. Clean out of the bottom of the Audi power steering fluid reservoir.
  6. Reinstall the Audi power steering fluid hose removed in step (3) and fill the reservoir with G002000 Audi power steering fluid.
  7. Start the engine and let the car run for 10 seconds at a idle. Important! Do not rev the engine up. Revving the engine could cause hydraulic pump damage.
  8. Refill the Audi power steering fluid reservoir with new G002000 hydraulic steering fluid.
  9. Start the engine and let the car run at a idle. Turn the steering wheel full lock about 10 times from side to side.
  10. Turn the engine off and top of the Audi power steering fluid in the reservoir.

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