TDI VanGogh Broken Engine Block Fix Kit for MK4 BEW TDI engines
Cracked engine block repair bracket for earlier VW TDI 1.9 liter engines
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Our Price: $69.00
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Here is THE fix for broken engine blocks in early Pumpe Düse TDI cars! This hefty billet 6061 T6 aluminum bracket bolts on to the back corner of the engine block after the stock cast iron mounting hole for the engine mount breaks off (Here is another picture). This bracket makes this part of the engine mounting system stronger than stock. This kit will save you a lot of time and an engine!

FITS the following cars:

North American cars:
This bracket fits all cars with the BEW engine; 2004 and 2005 Jetta TDI, 2004 - 2006 Golf TDI and 2004 - 2006 New Beetle TDI.

Outside of North America: This bracket fits Pumpe Düse TDI engines without the diagonal gusset shown below (engine codes ATD, AXR, AJM, AVQ, ASZ, ARL, BKD and more).

Kit comes with three bolts to attach bracket to the block. We also highly recommend that you clean out the factory threaded holes in the engine block before mounting this fix due to the liklihood of rust being present in these threads (Use an M7 x 1.0 tap and an M8 x 1.25 bottoming tap). Besides the pictures on this page, no other instructions are included with this kit.

US Shipping: USPS Priority Mail shipping is by far the best deal at $6.00 - $8.00 for a 2-4 day average delivery time. We ship from Texas.

International Shipping:
If your car is down and you need it fixed quickly we highly recommend selecting FedEx shipping which takes 2-4 days to arrive. Please note that there will be local taxes, customs, and brokerage fees payable upon delivery when using FedEx. If you have the luxury of being able to wait 1-4 weeks for delivery then we suggest choosing a USPS 1st Class Mail at around $16.00 - $23.00 as there are no brokerage fees charged when shipping with USPS. The 1st Class envelopes are usually delivered quietly in your mailbox.

Please note that this VanGogh bracket
does not fit the later style Pumpe Düse block in the 2005.5-2006 Jetta TDI with the BRM engine. The later PD engines that have the diagonal gusset as shown below use a different bracket listed here.


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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Workes like a dream... I can barely believe it! January 22, 2016
Reviewer: Alex Horn from Tacoma, WA  
I found my motor sagging to the passengers side and could hear the motor mount grinding against the timing belt tensioner... I thought "Thats it! Im driving this car off the bridge!"  This was only 3 months after I installed a new camshaft.  Granted, it was my fault, because I reused the motor mount torque-to-yield bolts.  So the engine block broke free from the mount and I thought I was entirely hosed.  My mechanic told me he wasnt even going to tell me how much he would charge for the repair.  So in my depressed state, I started searching on TDI forums and came across this God-send!

It took me about 4 hours to install (mostly because I forgot to put in one of the bolts, had to take it all apart again, until I finally got it right).  A novice can do this fix, and it costs less than $100!  The motor is now mounted to the frame in an even stronger configuration than before!  

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Saved my bacon December 11, 2014
Reviewer: DieselEddie from Denver  
If you are reading this then you THINK you are in deep DO DO.
Time to take a breath, icy calm and feel good you are not.
This fix is permanent and easy to install.
It will serve you better than the original.
It is made of high quality metal way over engineered.
What is not clear is this fix is done easiest  from the underside of the car preferably on a lift, other than that it is simple and instructions provided are clear and easy to understand.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Broken blok Audi A3 December 12, 2013
Reviewer: Rutger from The Netherlands  
A piece broke out of the engine, probably due losing bolts of the engine mounting. I recieved the part very quick, in 3 days (the netherlands). The part saved me a lot of work and money. Otherwise i should have taken out the engine.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
VW Bora & VW Golf December 10, 2013
Reviewer: Fosnavaag Bilverksted from Norway  
We used this bracket on two engines.
VW Golf & VW Bora (Jetta).
Works perfectly, easy job.

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Easy cheap fix for a potentially scrap engine December 5, 2013
Reviewer: Ian Walsh from Wigan, UK  
I was at my wits end, my sons Skoda Octavia engine was scrap, the rear engine mounting had snapped off and the cost of a replacement engine plus fitting was just too expensive. After a search around the internet I found DIESELGEEK and the VanGogh Engine Block Fix Kit. Delivery from these guys was incredible, two days from USA to UK and tracked all the way. The bracket is a perfect fit and so simple to install. The whole job took around 1hr and we were back on the road. Just one last thing to add, the staff at DIESELGEEK really know their stuff and are so helpful and friendly. I would happily recommend them and their products every time

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