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Is ther any big problems with changing my 2001 Audi A6 1.8 Turbo. It has a leak needing a cupfull of water every 2 months

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Not realy you might loose your air con gas and some powersteering flued. let me know if you want some advice on how to do it!

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My audi 2001 Quatro A6 2.7T has bad idle, changed fuel pump/filter. still bad and delay when accellerating


need to do a smoke test done to see if and where you have a vacuum leak, could also be a bad cat.

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A6 turbocharged. Whyu does it smoke when it covers a 120km per hour?


I am going to say 'blown turbo'. As I understand it, they needs replacing every few years. They are susceptible to heat and incredible revolutions. They have to be lubricated, the seals go, and you get smoke.

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i own an Audi a6 2.7t i always see some oil in my intake its cause the car has a poor PVC system you could put a catch can on your car to eliminate this problem no big deal a blown turbo would be white smoke major and or blueish smoke or sounds like a dentist drill under boost.

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Audi A6 2001 quattro 2.8 mysterious over heating


Yes, replace the thermostat. Then you need to 'burp the coolant system'. Your car has all the hallmarks of air in the system, especially a heater that is cold. This is because there is no water in the heater matrix. This is why it overheats. The system must be full and with no air to circulate correctly through the radiator.

Burping involves the following steps.

Remove the lid to the reservoir, remove the radiator cap, fill the radiator to the top, turn heating on full blast, start engine and get to operating temperature, keep topping up. Squeezing the radiator hoses helps. The level will rise and then drop when the thermostat opens. Top up when bubbles stop and the level becomes constant. Put radiator cap on, top up the reservoir and put the cap on that.

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Mar 10, 2017 | 2001 Audi A6

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Engine overheats and heater blowing cold air


You have air trapped in system , change thermostat , bleed air from system , let it run hot while adding coolant with blower full blast on all front and rear heaters .

Jan 23, 2013 | 2001 Audi A6

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I just purchased a 2004 Audi A6 with 2.7 turbo engine with 65000 miles. . The oil guage shows in the low range. {150) The warning light is not on. Is this normal? or could this be a future problem?


Oil is cheaper than metal.Turbo motors run a lot hotter than non-turbo motors and need more frequent oil changes.1st thing to do would be get the oil changed with a good quality oil and also do the filter.Hope this helps

Dec 20, 2009 | 2004 Audi A6

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Difference between Audi A6 1.8t engine and 1.8 engine


It makes a big difference in acceleration. When the turbo spools up you will feel it in the seat of your pants. The turbo force feeds the engine air. More air means the engine can burn more fuel and more fuel means more POWER!!

Feb 16, 2009 | 2001 Audi A6

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Overheating


could be a leak or crack in a radiator hose
could be water pump not working good or leaking
could be radiator leaking
could be thermostat half blocked

Jul 17, 2008 | 2001 Audi A6

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