Just another day without my baby. Quote Originally Posted by A4 2000 Them Germans think of some good ideas but as far as easy access diy maintenance you wonder sometimes. There is always tomorrow I guess. I guess I just have to replace the bottom piece. Ive been looking online for an oil pan gasket and all I get is this stuff. The oil pump was kind of a pain. A hairline crack in my oil pan from me bottoming out or something seems to be the culprit and now all I have to do is figure out if I can just J-B Weld it or if I absolutely need to get a new oil pan.
Usually its called Drei Bond but its 30 over the dealer parts counter. The owners manual lead me to believe that it is a 98. I did a little searching and found out its going to be a little more complicated than I had anticipated but shouldnt be too bad. . I proceeded to take off the oil pan.
Cheers and good luck to all Oops Thats a 01 A4 1. Oh well I guess saying that you have an audi comes with a price So I was working late and thought some Del Taco was a good idea. We've worked hard over 11 years designing a website experience that makes it easy for anyone to idenify whether parts fit their car. Not an auto repair expert? So today I planned on changing the gasket. Just plur your Audi A4 Quattro and Year into the Year Make Model selector above and when you search for a Oil Pan Gasket Auto Parts Warehouse will only show you parts that fit your vehicle. The problem is that once you have gotten your nifty new product, the Audi A4 Oil Pan Gasket Manual Pdf gets a brief glance, maybe a once over, but it often tends to get discarded or lost with the original packaging.
It appears that this may be an alternate method, but perhaps not with a gasket. This new Oil Pan Gasket is ideal for your restoration needs at an affordable price. Question Quote Originally Posted by jonbonesjones Thats a tranny pan but for all your oil pan needs check this it seems to make the job a less pain in the a4passat oil pan trickcheat motorgeek. Im a novice at this so i figured ill mess up here and there. Please Read Proposition 65 Warning In The Description. .
I finally got around to doing it. It was a small gash. I cant find a replacement gasket for this. We usually use an engine support tool which hangs the motor by the fender wells. I have a HaynesBentley manual that outlines the procedure i need some quick advice i just got a new oil pan and i called in to the dealership and they said that for the 1998 audi a4 2. Now you should be able to get at all the bolts on the pan but two of them are hidding in holes on the bell housing use a flash light to see them your gonna need a long 14 extension and a T25 socket i believe to pull them out.
Other cars have the oil pans in spots that have nothing below it at all. I just well firstly do you have an auto or manual. Please Read Proposition 65 Warning In The Description. So i ordered a oil pan for that specific car. My question is this is there an easier way or do I really have Well the oil pan on a 1. If I were doing this job regularly that method would be a God send.
I proceeded to take off the sway bar. So I have been messing around trying to find where the oil leak was coming from and I finally found it. Just for and giggles I called an audi dealership close to my house and they quoted me 280. . Just a little ingenuity and it all works great. What your gonna have to do is use a jack on the bell housing of the transmission to hold it in place then un-bolt the subframe and let it hang by the suspension. Car is a 2001 a4 1.
So I continued to remove the pan. The oil pan is really supposed to have a gasket though. Turns out it is going to be more difficult than I had anticipated. AutoTrust Platinum provides a growing selection of low-priced components for oiling system! Tightening the drain plug without the seal or tightening it too tight will crack the pan. Does any have any experience replacing the oil pan It does not seem like a difficult job. Them Germans think of some good ideas but as far as easy access diy maintenance you wonder sometimes. So I drained the oil and bingo found the majority of the problem where the plug screws in was cracked and missing a piece.
There was metal and plastic in the oil pan from the old tensioner. You get the tube cut the top off evenly then lay a 14 inch bead around the pan like i have in the pic. The gasket I removed which I believe was original showed no signs of silicone sealant. I just replaced my oil pan. In my audi book for the a4 b5 model it says even if you have the gasket to spread a light coating of sealant on front and rear sealing oil carriers i think it called them. Im trying to cut the cost from going to the mechanic besides I kinda like working on cars though I dont really know much about fixing cars. And the snub mount appears to be in the way of one as well.
My manual mentions a silicone sealant, but does not mention a gasket. Just make sure both surfaces are perfectly clean and dry with no oil on them. I need to remove the oil pan from my car I crawled under there today and was somewhat suprised by all the things that were connected to itin the way. My father crunched the oil pan on his 2001 A4 Avant Quattro 1. Q5fAccessories i did a really embarrassing thing by looking over a huge dip and bottomed out my car at about 40mph i cracked the lower oil pan and im pretty sure the upper oil pan as well but everything else looks to in the same condition as before this happened.