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Audi allroad wont start

Audi wont start even when jumped. Major oil leak as well. Just got new turbos put in

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Get it back to whomever did the job. Or maybe take it to someone who knows what they're doing. Turbo line is obviously leaking. If it's not cranking even with a jump you may have seized he engine. 2.7's are not cheap!

Posted on Jun 01, 2014

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SOURCE: right side turbo noisy and leaking oil, audi allroad quatro

yes the whole subframe needs to be dropped as an assembly to do this job..2.7t is an awesome engine but not very user-friendly to work on.

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

SOURCE: Audi allroad 2.7 turbo over boosting

Hi Patric, You have a problem with the turbo gate dump valve. I would suggest replacing the whole unit. Regards John

Posted on Apr 25, 2012

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SOURCE: Audi allroad 2.7 turbo over boosting

I will just make a suggestion, I am not familiar with your system. The chamber that routes the exhaust gas should have a diverter valve or plate in it. There should be a type of operating valve plunger similar to the EGR which would open to reroute the exhaust back into the turbo.

I am thinking the valve is stuck open(carboned up) or burned through so that it no longer controls the boost. Otherwise you would be looking at electronic controls that may need to be reflashed(reprogrammed) back to factory specs.

If you look on the internet, you may be able to find these Turbo parts and valves at least advertised for sale with photos that may be useful. Then you would know if you can attempt to clean or replace the defective area.

I hope my response is helpful.

Posted on Apr 25, 2012

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