Engine block mounting holes are broken

   #1  

Pfaizulla

Verified VCDS User
Verified
Joined
Nov 20, 2017
Messages
50
Reaction score
13
Location
USA
VCDS Serial number
C?ID=322498
Has anyone worked on or fixed a VW broken holes on the engine block?

My 2009 EOS engine mount has failed. Two of the mount holes on the block got broken.

I heard/read it can be welded, but not sure what types of welding should be used ( blazed or MIG)?
I think the block is cast iron.

Any suggestion or past experience welcome.
G ot pictures, I will upload later.
Thanks
 
   #2  

Uwe

Benevolent Dictator
Staff member
Joined
Jan 29, 2014
Messages
30,463
Reaction score
21,731
Location
USA
VCDS Serial number
HC100001
Since VCDS definitely can't help with this, moving to General VW/Audi Repair. :)

-Uwe-
 
   #3  

Pfaizulla

Verified VCDS User
Verified
Joined
Nov 20, 2017
Messages
50
Reaction score
13
Location
USA
VCDS Serial number
C?ID=322498
Thanks Uwe for moving the post.
 
   #4  

Jef

Ross-Tech Employee
Staff member
Ross-Tech Employee
Joined
Jan 29, 2014
Messages
2,549
Reaction score
4,244
Location
HQ
Not an endorsement... but have you seen this:

 
   #5  

Pfaizulla

Verified VCDS User
Verified
Joined
Nov 20, 2017
Messages
50
Reaction score
13
Location
USA
VCDS Serial number
C?ID=322498
Not an endorsement... but have you seen this:

No I have not and seems brilliant fix . Thank you Jef
 
   #6  

Pfaizulla

Verified VCDS User
Verified
Joined
Nov 20, 2017
Messages
50
Reaction score
13
Location
USA
VCDS Serial number
C?ID=322498
No I have not and seems brilliant fix . Thank you Jef
I checked further and found out it will not work for my eos engine. Mine is timing chain and 2009. Also this solution is for the mount behind the timing chain. Mine has front side broken 😬
 
   #7  

Boki Ar

VCDS Distributor
Joined
Oct 27, 2014
Messages
1,374
Reaction score
1,417
Location
Arandjelovac, Serbia
VCDS Serial number
C?ID=57300
Have You any photo, so we can see broken part(s)?
 
Top