2007 audi a4 2.0T seems to be eating up the oil, what can be the problem???

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Asked by Jun 14, 2014 at 11:49 PM about the 2007 Audi A4 2.0T

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

ussually i didnt have to do an oil change till it hit its mark but now i notice that it doesnt
even get close to the time to change the oil and its already really low on oil, so i have to
constantly add oil to it..
has anyone had this problem??

6 Answers

114,295

Have you looked under vehicle for the leak? Is it smoking any at all? Does your radiator show signs of having oil in it?

114,295

Is this the same car you have for sale?

55

I check all the time but nothing has shown up. The cover under the Engine is clean .

114,295

It's either burning it (smoke from exhaust) leaking it or loosing it into your coolant(radiator--blown head gasket.). Slide you a large piece of cardboard on the ground under the engine. This will help you find any hidden drip points. Park over it with car and let it set a couple hours. Check cardboard for oil spots. Also look under middle of car by the doors. Is there an oily residue on the under side of the body.

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Might even be the oil switch. That will blow a full sump load of oil out in no time.

2,965

you need to check the oil separator. It usually does this kind of issues. its a pancake shaped valve on the intake.

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