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VW T4 Engine Rebuild
The Volkswagen T4 engine is a water-cooled inline four-cylinder diesel engine, produced from 1990 to 2003. It is used in a variety of Volkswagen vehicles, including the Mk4 Golf, Bora and Transporter T4.
The engine underwent a major redesign in 2003, with the introduction of a new cylinder head, injectors and turbocharger. However, this didn’t solve all of the engine’s problems, and it remains a common target for rebuilds and replacements.
One of the most common issues with the T4 engine is premature wear of the cylinder bores. This can be caused by a number of factors, including incorrect piston rings, poor quality engine oil or coolant leaks.
Another common issue is turbocharger failure. This is often caused by a build-up of oil and soot in the turbocharger, which can damage the bearings and blades.
If you’re experiencing problems with your T4 engine, it’s best to take it to a specialist for diagnosis and repair.
Are you the proud owner of a VW T4? Has your once-reliable engine let you down? Are you considering a VW T4 engine rebuild?
If you’re thinking about a VW T4 engine rebuild, then you might want to consider selling your van to UK-based WeBuyBrokenVans. Here’s why:
1. WeBuyBrokenVans specialises in buying broken vans. So you can be sure that we know what we’re doing when it comes to assessing the value of your van.
2. WeBuyBrokenVans will pay you a fair price for your van. We know that a VW T4 engine rebuild can be a costly affair, so we’ll make sure that you get a good price for your van.
3. WeBuyBrokenVans will take the hassle out of selling your van. We’ll handle all the paperwork and transport arrangements, so you can just sit back and relax.
4. WeBuyBrokenVans is a reputable company. We’re based in the UK and we’re fully insured, so you can be confident that you’re dealing with a professional organisation.
If you’re thinking about a VW T4 engine rebuild, then selling your van to WeBuyBrokenVans is a great option. We’ll pay you a fair p…
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Turbo Engine Problems
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