What kind of power steering fluid does an Audi A4 use?

What kind of power steering fluid does an Audi A4 use?

What kind of power steering fluid does an Audi A4 use?

Pentosin CHF-11S is the OEM fill for power-steering fluid for Audi power-steering systems. Most NAPA auto-parts stores have the CHF-11S in-stock due to it’s use as the specified hydraulic fluid of a number of popular high-end European heavy-equipment manufacturers.

What type of power steering fluid does Audi use?

Pentosin is the manufacturer for the Audi factory fluid part number G 002 000. The Audi 5000 up to the 1989 models used the Pentosin CHF 7.1, in 1989 they went to a Pentosin CHF 11S which is a synthetic version with an improved temperature range.

Can I use regular power steering fluid in my Audi?

2006-current Audi models are filled with the fully synthetic Audi/VW TL 52 146.01, G 004 000 A2, CHF202 spec. Important Note: Never mix generic power steering fluid or other fluid with Audi power steering fluid (G002000) or CHF202 (G004000).

Does Audi A4 have power steering fluid?

Changing the power steering fluid on your Audi A4 will ensure your power steering pump lives a long life. Read on to learn how to do it. This article applies to the Audi A4 B7 and A4 B8 (2005-2015). The power steering fluid is the hydraulic fluid in your pump that gives power to the power steering.

What kind of power steering fluid does a 2007 Audi A4 take?

Audi A4 / A4 Quattro 2007, CHF 202 Hydraulic Fluid by Pentosin®. Volume: 1 Liter. This product is made of high-quality components to meet and exceed strict quality requirements.

What is hydraulic fluid for Audi?

Use the Audi-specified “mineral-oil based only” fluid. It’s Pentosin 11S or equivalent.

Can I use Prestone power steering fluid in my Audi?

Product Description. Prestone Power Steering Fluid for European Vehicles is a premium full-synthetic formulation specifically engineered for European vehicles, including: BMW, Mercedes-Benz, VW/Audi, and all other European-manufactured vehicles.

What happens if I put the wrong power steering fluid in my car?

Substituting transmission or power-steering fluid, which are similar to each other, can affect the seals, damage the system, and possibly cause brake failure. Note that if the brake fluid is low, your vehicle probably needs brake-system service anyway.