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WANTED Angled Oil Filter Housing FOR A 1997 1Z AHU ENGINE

diesel sammy

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AHU mechanical ip Samurai
I am looking for a Angled Oil Filter Housing to fit a 1997 1z ahu engine.
If anyone has one they want to part with I would be interested in purchasing one.
Email me at gvwinn@cox.net.
Thank You,
 

ketchupshirt88

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2005 Passat daily, a bunch of others in the graveyard out back...
"I have recently learned that the oil filter assembly off of a 1.8t in the 1997-2006 a4, a6 and VW Passat would bolt right up to the block and sweep the oil filter back where it should be." Ski in NC

i remembered reading this a while ago... junkyards abound with these.
 

Josh_WA

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Here are the two part numbers that I have for these angled oil filter housings that attached to the AHU/1Z.
ABL - 028115417G
AEG - 050115417
 

oilhammer

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There are just too many to list....
You need one from an early longitudinal engine. By early, I mean the early engine family that has the intermediate shaft and water pump mounted externally, like your AHU.

So any Volkswagen Fox, 4cyl Quantum, Audi 4cyl 4000/80/90, or most recently the early 1.8t engines from a 1998-2000 Passat (AEB engine code) or similar from a 1996-2000 Audi A4.

Any of the 4cyl engines that are of the new design, that do not have an intermediate shaft and have the water pump driven by the timing belt and mounted directly in the block, will not work.
 
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oilhammer

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There are just too many to list....
No, at least they are not found on anything originally sold here, so they may not be easily obtained.

The part for an AEB 1.8t engine is 058-115-405-C
 

Josh_WA

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No, at least they are not found on anything originally sold here, so they may not be easily obtained.

The part for an AEB 1.8t engine is 058-115-405-C
How are these part numbers not correct for an oil filter housing that attaches to an AHU/1Z housing. I am personally using the ABL housing revision G on my AHU engine. My engine is mounted longitudinal and it sweeps toward the drivers side. Hard to see in my picture linked here. https://flic.kr/p/Vk59VJ

ABL - 028115417 (G or F)

http://www.ebay.com/itm/OIL-FILTER-...191404?hash=item3aeaab32ec:g:qboAAOSwWxNYxyZF

AEG - 050115417

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1998-1999-2...ash=item1ec00a88a0:g:Y6wAAOSw-0xYgm17&vxp=mtr

OR

http://www.ebay.com/itm/OIL-FILTER-...ash=item211a4dbed6:g:wdwAAOSw5cNYI4le&vxp=mtr
 
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oilhammer

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There are just too many to list....
I simply said (according to ETKA) they were not used on any models sold in this country and therefore may not be easily obtained. Assuming the OP was scrounging for something used.

The one comes up in ETKA as fitting an inline 4cyl Transporter (which was never sold here) and some other Passat with an engine code I am unfamiliar with, perhaps a 1.9L diesel in a longitudinal arrangement is what it looks like.

They are all basically the same arrangement, the only difference would be if it has an oil feed bung for a turbocharger and if it has the long tube for the oil cooler. All of which is grounds for VAG to grace them with a different part number. There could also be other differences, too. Short of having them all in hand tough to say.
 
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Volk14

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05 Passat wagon TDI, 99 Beetle ALH
I am really confused on which one is correct for the engine
As oilhammer and I said, this is the one that was originally available in the United States. It's from a gasoline engine but it will work on your engine. Its found on early 1.8t Passat and Audi with the AEB engine code. ATW engine might be the same but not sure. Go ny the part number.

The part for an AEB 1.8t engine is 058-115-405-C
 

Josh_WA

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So are the above part numbers correct
The part numbers I provided are correct for what you are looking for. They are from Europe, but they definitely work. Again, I'm using the part from the ABL engine myself. For some reason, these guys want to narrow your part options to what is available in the US.
 
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