Audi Exhaust Pipe Parts
Volkswagen Audi Exhaust Pipe (Passat A4) - Bosal 820-167$96.95
Audi Exhaust Pipe (A4 Quattro) - Bosal 860-931$74.95
Audi Exhaust Pipe (A4 Quattro) - Bosal 860-933$77.95
Volkswagen Audi Exhaust Pipe (Passat A4) - Bosal 860-975$94.95
Audi Exhaust Pipe (100 A6) - Bosal 740-995$89.95
Audi Exhaust Pipe (100 A6) - Bosal 740-997$84.95
Volkswagen Audi Exhaust Pipe (Quantum 4000) - Bosal 832-931$72.95
Audi Exhaust Pipe Parts
Audi is an elite auto company that is highly respected for having a tremendous track record in producing quality vehicles with sophisticated features out of their H.Q in Germany. They are a famous and appreciated brand identified with crafting some of the highest quality luxury vehicles out there. Audi’s high standards are put into all of their vehicles and products, even in their exhaust pipe parts and components. If you notice things other than your exhaust coming from your Audi’s exhaust pipe, this is a symptom of a problem. If there is oil in your exhaust, it is imperative that you solve the issue right away. Remember that almost any warning sign of oil coming out of your exhaust means that you need a professional diagnosis. Your Audi’s PVC valve permits the airing of controlled levels of internal gases into your combustion chambers, where they are burned. When it gets clogged up, it can force your Audi’s engine to become internally pressurized. This results in oil pushing past vital seals and into your exhaust flow. It can result in a blue-like smoke, lower fuel economy, and oil-ridden spark plugs. You can address this issue with a replacement valve, though. Valve guides are an internal piece of your Audi’s engine that helps to manage the flow of gases into and out of your engine. They are lubricated by your engine’s oil and have seals around their shafts that can get worn out. When this occurs, it lets engine oil in and leaks through the worn out valve. It continues to flow into the exhaust gases and accumulates in your vehicle’s exhaust pipe. This issue will usually be sidled by bluish colored smoke stemming out of your exhaust. FCP Euro has a variety of Audi exhaust pipe parts and components, as well as all of Audi’s general parts.
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Your Audi’s head gaskets seal’s the "heads" of your engine to the block. They are a piece of the intake and exhaust system and seal the numerous fluid areas between the heads and block. When a head gasket becomes faulty, fluids can get through the seal and into your Audi’s exhaust stream. This will commonly bring on issues such as, overheating, lower power, bad fuel economy, and harsh idling. Your Audi’s pistons gather energy from fuel combustion. Igniting this fuel mixture brings them up and down in their bores, allowing energy to transport your Audi. They are also sealed in their bores by piston rings, which are lubricated by engine oil. When these rings get worn out, oil and fuel will flow past them into the exhaust system. This will result in a white to bluish smoke discoloration and a loss of engine power. FCP Euro's exceptional and passionate call center team is always available to lend a hand with any support or questions you have. If you would like information to help find out which exhaust pipe part is the best for your Audi, FCP has a far-reaching inventory for the Audi brand. Check out FCP Euro’s website for all products, as well as our continuously updating catalog. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.