Hi, I just bougth a 2006 A3 2.0T with 115000 kms. After the first month I took it for a lube oil change and the technician told me the there was coolant in the oil engine. That should be a gasket head blown. Is that so or could be something else. Is it an expensive repair?
Country: CanadaMake: AudiModel: A3Year: 2006Engine: 2.0T
Welcome to Just Answer!!What color was the oil ??is he sure there was coolant in the oil ?? not a common issue .
I really did not see the oil. I went to the Fountain Tire and left the car there. When I return back for my car, the guy told me that they found antifreeze in the oil and it was written in the invoice and recommend me to have that problem fixed
We dont see this issue very often with this engine but if there is really coolant in the oil then yes this will be a head gasket issue which is a pretty expensive repair i recommend you have a second opinion by more then a tire shop but a repair shop that specializes in import vehicles have them check this and do a cylinder leakage and compression test to make sure this is not the issue . i hope this helps.Please dont forget to click accept for my time and knowledge thank you !
10 years in Vw and Audi Field
I just saw the oil cap and it has some liquid like coffe latte
More then likely that's condensation which is Normal check the dipstick
The dipstick looks ok, the oil is clear and looks normal
Then you have no issues