FLAP SERVO REPAIR

FLAP SERVO REPAIR - AC Control Servo Repair This Procedure...

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AC Control Servo Repair This Procedure is written for assistance and is now way associated with Audi. The user of this document takes full responsibility/liability for their work and actions. No liability is assumed by the author for the use of the information contained within this document. Items required: Small Flat Blades (Jeweler Screwdrivers) Torque driver or bit Needle Nose pliers Freon Razor blade or Exacto Fine Sandpaper (1000 grit) Helpful items but not required: Dremel (will help with longevity of repair, plus the money saved on the servo will pay for it) Round object such as a drill bit approx. 3/16” Prior to servicing, I tested my motor to assure it wouldn’t turn by using a AC/DC converter and placing it directly on the motor tabs. Both of my servos refused to turn in the housing but one did start to spin after removing it from the house although it sparked like crazy. After cleaning, each motor spun freely and evenly. Remove the servo from the vehicle and open the back
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