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  1. Oil pump chain smashed thru alloy case and discussion on replacement oil pump conversion kit for BLB engine 
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    just before xmas my audi a4 2.0 tdi decided to put a big hole in my engine some how the chain snapped and went through the alloy case

    its the BLB engine so its known for it


    im just wondering what is in the pack you buy from audi for 900 notes
    i was told everything but i dont believe it for sum reason

    the code for this engine pack is 03G103259AL

    i know they have discontinuted the the other pack for the oil pump


    but they reckon whats in the pack is

    balance shafts
    oil pump
    balancer shaft
    crank sprocket
    chain
    and a few other parts im just wondering if this is correct

    i know this is the pack to convert it but im not sure if it converts it to gear driven oil pump and i need someone to shed some light on this

    so i need help as i am a little stuck

    all the best

    leighton

    link to search results in this A4B7 section relating to a search for the term 'blb' http://www.vwaudiforum.co.uk/forum/s...=2009366&pp=25
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  2. Re: big problem oil pump chain smashed thru alloy case 
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    has this happened to any one ???
     
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    my oil pump cylnder head and turbo have gone yet another duff BLB engine they are poo
     
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    wrong info sorry
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  5. Re: big problem oil pump chain smashed thru alloy case 
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    Sorry to be a numpty but what is a BLB engine and how do you tell if that is what is in the car

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    Look on your log book at engine number it will have three letters , what are yours .

    Type in BLB into the site search there are plenty of threads about this issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daled View Post
    Sorry to be a numpty but what is a BLB engine and how do you tell if that is what is in the car

    Cheers
    BLB is a code for a 2.0TDI 140 engine. Engines with this code - usually fitted around 2005 - have a chain driven oil pump. The chain is susceptible to breaking and the resultant repair costs are wallet-damaging. There are codes other than BLB which also have this drive. I don't know what they are, though.

    You can find the engine code in the; V5; service book; and, I think, the spare wheel well.
     
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    BRD, BVF, BVA, BRE, BLB, BNA, BRF and BPW, BRC

    These are the codes that can be affected , only by having the sump removed and an inspection can you tell if its chain driven , but the most common to have this issue has been the BLB .

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    Can the sump be removed with the engine in situ?
    Audi A4 saloon, 2.0L tdi s-line. Retrofitted cruise control, DIS and MFSW. VCDS user.
     
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    Yes , I think A8 (Audio master tech) on here said its about a 2hour job .

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