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VW BFC/BDH Engine V6 2.5 TDI For Sale

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ENGINE REPLACEMENT GUIDELINES
  • Begin by replacing the engine oil, fuel filter, antifreeze, and oil filter.
  • If present, replace the engine oil cooler or any external coolers.
  • Conduct a thorough cleaning of the cooling system.
  • Proceed with replacing the water pump.
  • Update hoses and belts as necessary.
  • Replace the timing belt.
  • Proceed to install new spark plugs and wires.
  • Examine and replace any necessary gaskets and seals, including those on the oil pan, both front and rear main seals, and valve cover gaskets.
  • Before installation, clear all computer codes from the vehicle.
  • Ensure that the replacement engine matches the specifications of the one being replaced.
  • Transfer accessory components such as exhaust manifolds, mounts, distributor, and sensors from the old engine.
  • Before starting the engine, disable the fuel and ignition systems to enable oil priming.
  • Ensure all plugs and tape are removed from the engine prior to installation.
7 COMMON MISTAKES TO AVOID !
  1. Not clearing all computer codes before installation.
  2. Omitting the addition of engine oil before the initial start-up.
  3. Neglecting to disable the fuel and ignition systems, which is crucial for oil priming.
  4. Overlooking the replacement of the oil cooler or the radiator’s oil cooler.
  5. Failing to properly clean the radiator and verify the functionality of the cooling fans.
  6. Not replacing the flywheel and its bolts.
  7. Attempting to start the engine without prior priming.

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