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Audi a4 1998 1.8 turbo quattaro

Where can I get the step by step procedures to change the engine please
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I don't know of any procedures written up out there that will guide you through an entire engine swap. What you could do though is to subscribe for your car at www.alldata.com ($25/year). It's an online service manual/troubleshooting guide, comparable to what the dealerships use, and using its information, I'm sure you could either find a mostly-complete tutorial, or at least piece it together using procedures for removing axles, transmission/differential, cooling system, and replacing the engine bay harness - a cluster of such procedures would piece the process together.

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