Question about 2004 Audi A4
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I think you can get away with semi-synthetic 5-40, but I always use fully synthetic 5-40 in both my a4 and my wife's a3
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oil for 2007 AUDI A4 2.0t Quatro
The best balance of price, quality, availability that I have found is Mobil1 synthetic - it's on Audi's approved oils list. With the 2.0T engine, you absolutely want to use synthetic (the Audi turbo fours are known for oil sludge issues), and you want to do a SeaFoam treatment every 15k miles or so - that combination will keep your engine in great running shape.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
FYI also when you get those codes you can look them up and get their description at http://www.check-engine-light.com
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
is it a 1.8 turbo or 2.8 V6 or 2.7 biturbo V6 ? on most models what you will be looking for is a 3 letter code like ATQ or APW and is normally on a sticker on the timing belt cover, it is also stamped into the engine on a ledge up high. if no luck there check the owners manual, around the 3rd page there will be a sticker that was put in the book during predelivery inspection this sticker is about 3 inches by 3 inches and filled with id codes for almost everything. If the pdi wasn't done right another copy of the same sticker will be under or next to the spare tire in the spare tire well.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Very likely that you have a blown headgasket, not uncommon at all. I would take it to a good shop soon, driving it like this will damage it further. I did this very job not long ago and something that struck me about it at the time, was how unbelievably expensive the headgasket set was. I just checked, $350. just for the gasket set, list price from my local supplier. Checked Ebay, $98. You could save a few bucks getting the parts off Ebay if your shop will do the work with your parts.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
LISTEN CLOSE. THERE IS A PLUG ON PAN. REMOVE IT. WITH A SYRINGE TYPE CANISTER YOU NEED TO INJECT THE FLUID INTO IT UNTIL IT STARTS TO COME OUT. THEN CAREFULLY START VEHICLE AND INJECT ANOTHER 3/4 QUART UNLESS IT STARTS TO COME OUT OR EVEN A QUART.LET IT RUN FOR 5 MINUTES THEN CONTINUE TO INSERT UNTIL IT OVERFLOWS AND TIGHTEN THE PLUG BACK TO THE PAN. i WOULD ONLY USE AUDI VOLKSWAGON FLUID AND YES IT CAN RUN $14 TO $18 A LITER
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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