Audi A3 2.0 FSi BVZ Engine

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Audi A3 2.0 FSi BVZ Engine For Sale

Your engine / part enquiry will be sent to a wide network of engine importers, scrap yards, re-manufacturers, and car salvage yards. They will promptly respond to you.

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Audi A3 2.0 FSi BVZ Engine Specs

Specification Details
Fuel Type Petrol
Displacement 1984 cc
Valvetrain DOHC
No. of valves 16
Power Output in KW 110 KW
Torque Output 200 Nm
Bore x Stroke 82.5 mm x 92.8 mm
Compression Ratio 11.5:1

Audi A3 2.0 FSi BVZ Engine FAQ

You want to buy a used Audi A3 2.0 FSi BVZ engine for your car, but you don't know which one is right for you?

There are many different engines available on the market today and each of them has their own pros and cons. The problem is that it can be difficult to make an informed decision without spending hours reading through reviews or contacting multiple suppliers. This leaves you with no choice but to trust the seller's word when purchasing online, often resulting in overpaying for a lower quality part or getting stuck with something that doesn't fit.

Engine Finder allows users to find new & secondhand Audi engines from reliable dealers across South Africa by simply entering their vehicle registration number into our search tool. We then list all of the parts listed as compatible with your vehicle based on its VIN/Chassis Number, allowing you to quickly compare prices between suppliers before making an informed decision about which one is best suited for

Common Causes For Car Engine Failure

Cars and their engines are often taken for granted until something goes wrong. The best way to avoid an engine failure is to take it into account by having servicing done at regular intervals such as every 100 000km. However, this does not always prevent an engine failure that may be the result of one or more common causes:

- An overheated car engine can result from a thermostat failing to open and close when it should, stuck valves, bad gaskets (seals) and/or worn piston rings which do not allow enough compression in the cylinders.

- A lack of oil reduces the ability of the hydraulic lifters (tappets) inside your engine's camshafts to completely close valves. This allows the engine to suck in air and burn oil, which is a major cause of low compression.

- Low levels of oil prevents clean lubrication inside your engine, resulting in significant damage to your engine.

The symptoms

Symptoms that could indicate an upcoming engine failure are loss of power or poor performance when accelerating, vibration when at idle speed, blue exhaust smoke when starting the car after it has been sitting for some time (after being driven), high emissions especially when under load on acceleration, overheating when stopped in traffic with the fan on or after long distances of highway driving, or any other change from normal operating condition.

The best way to avoid an engine failure is to take note of the symptoms and get it checked. If you do end up with a car engine that has failed, make sure your get it serviced properly by an expert.

A company like Engine Finder who represents engine importers in South Africa makes certain you can save time and money on repairs.


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