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My manual engine in my a4 is blown up and i can buy a automatic one will my manual gear box fit

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You will need to install your old flywheel on the new motor, automatics have a sheetmetal disc that connects the torque converter to the engine. As long as you are doing that change the rear crankshaft seal since it's right there. Likewise check out your clutch and throwout bearing while the whole thing is apart.
Other than that and a few extraneous clutch-related things the swap will work OK
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