Question about 2004 Audi A4
I have a 1999 Audi A4 quattro and the timing belt broke causing major engine damage and it cost nearly $5,000 to get it fixed. When I got the car it ran great for a while now I think the oil pump is gone. I haven't taken it to the repair shop yet just talked to them on the phone explaining that the car will start but has no oil pressure and makes a loud noise. They tell me that it is probably the oil pump and that it will cost me around $700- $1000 to get it fixed they say that the oil pump cost around $200 and that it is major labor to fix it. I don't know what to do I mean I have put so much in to it already but I don't want to take it and then be told there is more damage and that it will cost even more than that.
Dont know why its a major job takes us about 4hrs to change them,if you havent ran it for long you should be ok but if you have ran it a long time .......umh not a good start to the new year.....
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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