Audi A4

since 1994 of release

Repair and car operation



A4 Audi
+ Running gear
- Regular servicing
   Installation in a starting position of the indicator of periodicity of maintenance
   Crossing of dates of maintenance
   The maintenance plan for the motorist
   Diagnostics in Audi workshop
   Diagnostics of an executive element
   Poll of a database of malfunctions
   Diagnostics as the help to the fan
   Car identification
   Safety measures on a workplace
   Jacks
   Greasing of all details
   Check of level of oil
   Consumption of oil
   Oil choice with the correct specification
   Viscosity of oil
   Correctly picked up engine oil for Audi
   Replacement of engine oil and oil filter
   Check of level of liquid in servoupravleniye system
   Check of level of oil in a mechanical transmission
   Check of level of oil in a drive of the back bridge
   Control of level of ATF in an automatic transmission
   Check of level of oil in the main transfer of an automatic transmission
   ATF replacement
   Greasing of drafts, hinges and locks
+ Engines
+ Turbo-supercharging
+ exhaust System
+ cooling System
+ Fuel tank and fuel pump
+ Air filter and absorption channels
+ injection System
+ Coupling
+ Transmission and main transfer
+ Suspension bracket of wheels and steering
+ Brakes
+ Wheels and tires
+ Electrotechnical equipment
+ ignition System
+ Lighting
+ Alarm equipment
+ Tools and devices
+ Heating and ventilation
+ body Details
+ Salon
Search of malfunctions
Technical characteristics





Consumption of oil

Part of engine oil, carrying out the functions, thus burns down. Thus, the consumption of oil represents absolutely natural process. Well adjusted engines spend 0,2 l of oil for each 1000 km. Audi calls the most admissible size an expense of 1,0 l of greasing on each 1000 km. That, how many oil spends your Audi A4, depends on the following circumstances:

  • the excessive amount of oil conducts to its bigger expense because through case ventilation surplus of oil is blown in the engine;
  • liquid oil burns down quicker, than dense. Seasonal oil in a warm condition becomes liquid as water, and its expense respectively raises. All-weather oil remains dense; it involves its smaller expense – especially it appreciable at long trips;
  • the all-weather oil too long remaining in the engine, is slightly diluted, losing the highest class of viscosity, and the need for its additive respectively raises.
  • the sharp manner of driving on high turns of the engine, except fuel consumption increase, increases also a consumption of oil. It is especially brightly shown, when the new engine starts to work at once with full loading.
  • during a running in the engine needs a little more greasing, than usually.
  • leakage. Check everything as it is described in head Engines.
  • defect in the engine; for example, defect of laying of a core of the valve, is too great a gap between directing the valve and a valve core, defects of piston rings or their wrong installation at repair, damages of a wall of the cylinder owing to wear or the tease of the piston.

Lack of a consumption of oil it is suspicious

In the winter, when driving on small distances, happens so that oil level from measurement to measurement does not decrease, and even raises. The bases for pleasure here are not present any as it means that engine oil razzhizheno fuel or water condensate. These "additives" considerably worsening lubricant qualities of oil, it is necessary to "boil down" by regular long driving in order that condensate evaporated. Then it is necessary to measure at once oil level as after evaporation got to gasoline or water oil its level will sharply go down! When driving only in an extreme city mode without intermediate trips it is recommended to change oil for a long distance more often than through the intervals specified above, for example through each 3000 km of run or time in four months.

In the winter it is necessary to take into consideration a consumption of oil in 2–3 %, thus our engines with injection contain in oil less gasoline at the dosed-out enrichment of a working mix during start of the cold engine, than in old carburetor engines.