Audi 100/A6

1990-1997 of release

Repair and car operation

Audi 100/A6
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engines
+ 3.2. Diesel engines
- 3.3. Removal and partition of engines
   + 3.3.2. Technical characteristics
   3.3.3. Repair work, possible without engine dismantle
   + 3.3.4. Major maintenance
   3.3.5. Removal and engine installation
   3.3.6. Engine partition
   + 3.3.7. Head of cylinders
   3.3.8. Pistons and rods
   + 3.3.9. Cranked shaft
   3.3.10. Intermediate shaft
   3.3.11. Block of cylinders
   3.3.12. Radical bearings and bearings of rods
   3.3.13. Piston rings
   3.3.14. The first start of the engine after a partition
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Heating and ventilation
+ 6. Fuel system
+ 7. Exhaust system
+ 8. Systems of start, ignition
+ 9. Transmission
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Suspension brackets, steering
+ 12. Body
+ 13. Electric equipment
+ 14. Good advice


3.3.11. Block of cylinders


1. Disconnect from the block all external details and sensors. Unscrew oil jets of pistons.
2. Remove an ear for fastening of lifts.
3. Remove an arm of a support of the engine.
4. Remove the pump of cooling liquid.
5. Remove a shaft of the cooling fan.
6. Remove a casing of fastening of the oil filter.
7. Remove laying.
8. Remove an arm of the fuel pump.
9. Clean off all traces of hermetic.
10. Unscrew caps of oil channels.
11. Clean and wash out oil openings and channels warm water and dry them, having blown the compressed air.

12. Clean carvings of bolts by means of taps of the necessary size.
13. Oil the block and twist new caps.


1. Examine the block on existence of cracks and corrosion or rust traces. Examine carvings of openings of the block. At detection of defects, it is necessary to repair or replace the block whenever possible.
2. Examine cylinders.
3. Measure diameter of each cylinder in the top average and bottom its parts, parallel to an axis of a cranked shaft.

4. Measure diameter of each cylinder in the top average and bottom its parts, perpendicular to an axis of a cranked shaft.
5. The Konusnost of the cylinder is calculated as a difference between top and bottom in diameters. Ovality – as a difference between parallel and perpendicular measurements.
6. If the received results do not coincide with technical requirements, address to experts.