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Customer repair partial engine closed J3 2.9 CRDI CRDI J3 Marinisiert

Customer repair partial engine closed J3 2.9 CRDI CRDI J3 Marinisiert

Only customer repair possible!

NeW J3 - 2.9 CRDI Engine Marinated

The engine is marinated and has a two-circuit cooling.

On request, we can offer you additional marinated Kia & Hyundai engines!

Diesel engines:

D4FB

1.6 CRDI

Diesel

4 Zyl. 16 V
66 - 94 KW

D4FD

1.7 CRDI

Diesel

4 Zyl. 16 V
85 - 100 KW

D4FD-L

1.7 CRDI

Diesel

4 Zyl. 16 V
85 - 100KW

D4EA

2.0 CRDI

Diesel

4 Zyl. 16 V
82 - 92 KW

D4HA

2.0 CRDI

Diesel

4 Zyl. 16 V
110 - 135 KW

D4EB

2.2 CRDI

Diesel

4 Zyl. 16 V
110 KW

D4HB

2.2 CRDI

Diesel

4 Zyl. 16 V
110 - 145 KW

D4BH

2.5 TD

Diesel

4 Zyl. 8 V
69 - 78 KW

D4CB

2.5 CRDI

Diesel

4 Zyl. 16 V
103 - 125 KW

J3

2.9 CRDI

Diesel

4 Zyl. 16 V
93 - 120 KW

Benzin engines:

G4FC

1.6

Benzin

4 Zyl. 16 V
85 - 97 KW

G4FG

1.6

Benzin

4 Zyl. 16 V
88 - 95 KW

G4GC

2.0

Benzin

4 Zyl. 16 V
104 KW

G6BA

2.7

Benzin

4 Zyl. 16 V
123 - 131 KW

€17,265.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
available
Short block Hyundai Santa Fe 2.2 CRDI / D4EB / 103E1-U2703 / 100E1-U2700

Short block Hyundai Santa Fe 2.2 CRDI / D4EB / 103E1-U2703 / 100E1-U2700

New Short Block for Hyundai 2.2 CRDI / D4EB for automatic transmission

€1,973.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
sold out
€6,031.79VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
available
Short Block closed for VW Amarok 2.0 BiTDI CSHA 03L100104S 180HP 132kW

Short Block closed for VW Amarok 2.0 BiTDI CSHA 03L100104S 180HP 132kW

Rebuild, closed short block for VW Amarok 2.0 BiTDI

All cylinders are honed to oversize
NEW oversize pistons are installed
All bearings are NEW

€2,078.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
available
Short Block Engine Ford Transit 2.4 TDCI H9FD JXFC PHFC FXFA

Short Block Engine Ford Transit 2.4 TDCI H9FD JXFC PHFC FXFA

Rebuild Short Block for Ford Transit 2.4 TDCI Common Rail for Vehicles from Cy. 2006 - 2011

Currently we can only offer motors with a pump bracket diameter of Ø 50mm.n.

€1,241.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
limited quantity remaining
NEW Long block closed for Audi 2.0 TDI DFVA 04L100033Q 140KW 190PS

NEW Long block closed for Audi 2.0 TDI DFVA 04L100033Q 140KW 190PS

New, closed exchange engine for AUDI 2.0 TDI Common Rail

Engine block assembled with oil pump, oil pan, crankshaft, bearings, connecting rods, pistons and cylinder head.

The valve cover is only used for transport purposes

€3,124.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
limited quantity remaining
€2,810.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
available
Engine long block Audi VW 2.0 TDI CBAA CBA

Engine long block Audi VW 2.0 TDI CBAA CBA

Engine with timing NEW forVW / Audi 2,0 TDI Common Rail

The valve cover shown is for transport purposes only and must be taken over by the old engine or replaced in case of a defect.

€2,998.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
available
Long block for Audi Seat VW 1.9 TDI AFD 028100103JX 028103101AD 028103101AL

Long block for Audi Seat VW 1.9 TDI AFD 028100103JX 028103101AD 028103101AL

There is NO additional charge for any damage to the old part !!!

Please specify the appropriate motor type when ordering.

€1,555.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
limited quantity remaining
short block engine Mercedes 2.0 2.2 CDI OM646811 OM646812 OM646820

short block engine Mercedes 2.0 2.2 CDI OM646811 OM646812 OM646820

Short Block rebuild for Mercedes C / E- Klasse 2.0 / 2.2 CDI

Engine for cars with DELPHI injection system

€2,161.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
available

Engines

 

In connection with the repair or replacement engines, the term part engine is often used. This is a part of the engine in various stages of expansion, which is completed with the components of your vehicle. In most cases, the sub-engine is used as a replacement engine if the functional ancillary units are still present in the vehicle. When it comes to our engines, we're talking about different expansion stages.

 

Please note the possibly different item description!

 

Motors in motor vehicles: how they work and differences 

The engines that can be found in classic automobiles are tried and tested 4-stroke engines that work in four steps, namely intake, compression, working and exhaust. A classic 4-stroke engine works as follows: As the piston moves down, a mixture of gasoline and air is sucked in. The piston then moves up again to compress the mixture. The spark plug causes an explosion, so that the piston is pushed down forcefully. In the last step, the burned exhaust gases are emitted again. The inlet and outlet of the mixture as well as the exhaust gases are regulated by the valves, which are controlled by the camshaft. This process takes place in all cylinders.A diesel engine works on a similar principle; this is also a 4-stroke engine. However, there is one important difference: a diesel engine does not have a spark plug because it is designed as a "compression ignition". The explosion is caused solely by the compression created by the rising piston. In the case of gasoline engines (petrol), a distinction is still made between the type of construction. Porsche is known, for example, for the boxer engine. In this type of engine, the cylinder banks are arranged opposite one another, so that the pistons move in opposite directions. In-line engines are installed in most vehicles. All cylinders are in a row. V-engines are also used, in which the cylinders are divided into two cylinder banks that stand together like a V.

 

Why can an engine be damaged? 

There are a variety of causes that can lead to engine damage. This includes disregarding maintenance intervals, which can result, for example, in a broken toothed belt. In this case, the camshaft stops and the valves no longer open or close. However, the crankshaft continues to rotate so that the piston hits the valve. Damage occurs. Furthermore, incorrect fuel or a low oil level can be the cause of engine damage. If the cooling system leaks and the drive unit gets too hot, the cylinder head gasket can be damaged. Then cooling water gets into the combustion chamber, so that the engine can be damaged if used for a long time.Failure to comply with the prescribed oil change intervals can also lead to engine damage in an engine.In addition, overheating leads to the oil film tearing away, so that the necessary lubrication is lost. In addition, the drive will be damaged if the speeds are too high. If, for example, a switch occurs, i.e. the wrong gear is engaged, the unit over-revs. In this case, strong forces act that lead to damage to pistons or valves. Care must also be taken when driving through deep waters: If the water gets through the air filter into the combustion chamber, this problem inevitably leads to a water hammer in which the connecting rods can bend or the pistons can break, since water is incompressible in comparison to the air-fuel mixture. In some cases, engine fatigue is also responsible for engine damage.  

 

How can engine damage be repaired? 

A replacement engine does not always have to replace the damaged engine. Engine damage does not necessarily have to mean the end of the engine's life. Some damage can be repaired. The correct procedure depends on the damage to the engine. Every repair begins with the dismantling and cleaning of the engine and its parts. Wear parts that cannot be repaired are replaced with new parts. With the help of special procedures, the parts, including the cylinder head and engine block, are examined for fine cracks that can lead to leaks. A vacuum test checks whether the valves are still tight and whether compression is building up. If in doubt, planning can help restore the surface pressure between the engine block and the warped cylinder head after overheating. The cylinders can be repaired in various ways, depending on the condition and coating of the cylinders. If the cylinder liners are more severely damaged, the cylinders are milled to oversize or new liners are used. In any case, the cylinder liners are honed to ensure that the piston runs optimally. The auxiliary units, such as the turbocharger, cooler or fuel pump, are not to be forgotten during repairs. They are checked and, if in doubt, replaced. If damage occurs in which metal chips form, add-on parts such as the oil cooler must also be replaced, as the chips in the repaired engine can lead to damage again.

 
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