How to remove engine & replace pistons! Audi A4 2.0T tips and tricks!

How to remove engine & replace pistons! Audi A4 2.0T tips and tricks!

In this episode I’ll teach you how to remove the engine quickly and easily from an Audi A4. I used very few special tools and I made a few of my own.
This is an example of how you can take the engine out quickly without using a hoist to lift the car. I’ll show you tips and tricks on how to make this job easier and faster, as well as things to avoid.
I’ll also cover how to replace timing chains easily.
I think this entire process took me about 12 1/2 hours working at a slow to moderate pace while I was also filming myself.
I hope this helps if you’re looking for advice on replacing pistons in your Audi 2.0t CAEB engine code!

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@JacbobK says:

How much did all this cost to do with new pistons, bolts, and silicone, etc..?

@JacbobK says:

How much did all this cost to do with new pistons, bolts, and silicone, etc..?

@ford351w10 says:

Where did you get the pistion im working on a 2011 with the 2.0

@joshuawarrington1051 says:

Just quickly, I have a A4 b8 quattro s Tronic with a blown engine and I'm about to buy a 2011 TT 2.0 tfsi to replace it, both engines 155kw.
I'm aware I'll have to change a few peices but any advise?

@shawnjohnson5653 says:

What about assembly lube

@TheNightfeaver says:

Why remove engin for piston ?? You dont need to remove engin

@westcoastrealtorvince says:

How did you let the AC out in your garage?

@chaanakahmataza5358 says:

what year is this?

@vladimirmacko1481 says:

do you break in new piston rings and how exactly if you do?

@lordjop9684 says:

Did you recommend honing the cylinders prior to piston installation ? I am going to do this same job on my 2015 S3 with 208,000 miles on it. Great video ! Thanks so much !

@MM-fq9gi says:

I have delayed this job on my car, at 112.7K miles I did a Berryman B-12 piston soak, went from a quart oil consumption every 350 miles to already 2K and no oil added yet, 1/4 inch down on the dipstick. Obviously doesn't correct the design issue but a stopgap measure. The timing chain is on the radar but still within limits, when I have to do that, I will reassess whether to go deeper. Up to 16,800 miles, that's over 4000 miles with no abnormal oil consumption, seriously. Also just passed the NC emissions test, the stick has gone down a 1/4 qt. Oil change soon.

@TheHuamantla says:

Nace work thank you I like the video.

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