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Audi uses several styles of bolts on their cars, and for doing a timing belt, you're going to need a set of Torx bits to use with a ratchet. I bought my set from Advance Auto Parts for $17, and it's served me well in working on the Audi.

Best bet for you is to check out the website www.12v.org - it's dedicated to the pre-1998 12v V6 engine, and it has a tech area with detailed tech procedures, including the timing belt job. The procedure is written up for the A4, but the mechanicals of the engine are the same and the main difference would be the disassembly of the front of the car to get down to the engine. Still, that part should be pretty easy really - the cars are designed to come apart logically and without too much trouble. That site, plus the Torx bits, ratchets, screwdrivers, and wrenches, will get you through the job without trouble.

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Had new battery installed on a 2002 PT Cruiser. Later the same day the car was cutting off/stalling at red lights. A diagnostic came back with a computer failure. Had a new computer installed/programmed....


let your mech do his job.?
and if the battery drops below about 10v, the ecu will fail (lie), and guess what, that is NOT a bad ECU./pcm/bcm,tcm, etc.)_
if you do\'t like your mech. get a real ASE mech. and win.


real ASE mechs never throw parts, ever. (cept a tune up)

learn to monitor cars 12vdc system, get a harbor fright , charge testing tool, cheap, has LEDS. or learn to use a voltmeter
my car has a dash gauge, called volts.

if the volts shows at 14v running then the charge system is working
and the ECU is now working good, with full voltage.
engine off, the voltage is 12.6v (room temp) and means battery (rested) is fully charged. STATE OF CHARGE, method.

over heating must be fixed first.
it can wreck and engine fast. stop dont pass go, do not collect $200 , halt./
why not put a new fan belt on it for $10.
get a GATES or GY, Gatorback

now lets delve in to why you mech is (asleep in class?)
belt new, and tensioned to spec. some belts slip and do so with out a sound!, gee, get a new one? why risk $3000 motor for $10 belt. ?????

park a hot car, look at every inch of engine bay and pavement, for green AF leaks, (fix that first) got low water level in rad, every morning cold?
fix that first, and is #1 DIY check anyone can do.
Look in the rad neck cold, not the overfill tank, that be weak.
now what they do:
1: compression test. (do that first any time and engine overheats
takes 30min or less if sparks are easy to reach. some are not.

2: rad leak down test. (cracked block or head) a hand pump tool.

3: exh, fumes in rad neck test. blow head gasket. a tool.
Blue green liquid changes color, oops? you found it.
PYRO:
4: checks temperature of each rad tube, for same temp drop
end to end, if this passes the RAD is good. All pro mechs know this test and use an IR pyro temp gun, ,and saves many a burned hand. and finds bad rads, so easy its like MAGIC !
if all else fails. (passes above)
we then remove the pump, some pumps can be very hard.
FWD cars sux this why, (buy a jeep!)
the impeller gone or rusted to nill.
bearings shot and leaking green. out the front.
seal shot in same , bad bearings always wreck that seal,.
humpty was pushed.
Im sure i missed a step.
but you get the idea.
and if your mechanic do these. find another.

more?
A: he checks cam and spark timing if way off, the chain or cam belt slipped. belts last 60k, period.
B: The ECU many have ERROR to report,
in fact any scan tool an monitor engine heat.
and all these facts are considered

Over heating (macro) can be
engine producing too much heat (retarded timing?)
or bad cooling system.
or both. (straw breaks camels back deal)\'

Keep in mind Entropy wins everytime.
and find a ASE mech. and win big.

btw 2, a pro mech replaces the ECU last, never first.
as you can see, he failed you. here.
i bet you where taken for a ride....

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Removing the accessory belt on my 04 Land Rover Range Rover 4.4L V8


The tensioner is spring loaded and you use a special tool to deflect it way from the belt to loosen the belt for removal. Pull the tensioner to the driverside to release tension off the belt. __________________

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Hi, noticed a post of yours rear cambelt replacement on an a4 1.9 tdi ajm year 2000. Would be very grateful for any instructions. The car is stripped down ready for cambelt removing. Stuck on lining up...


Hi, I have pasted instructions below from autozone.com. The instructions call for the use of special tools. You can improvise with alternate tools, but please make sure your timing is right before closing the cover. Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa.

1.9L Diesel Engine
Some special tools are required to perform this procedure properly. A flat bar, VW tool 2065A is used to secure the camshaft in position. A pin, VW tool 2064 is used to fix the pump position while the timing belt is removed. The camshaft and pump work against spring pressure and will move out of position when the timing belt is removed. It is not difficult to find substitutes but do not remove the timing belt without these tools.

WARNING Do not turn the engine or camshaft with the timing belt removed. The pistons will contact the valves and cause internal engine damage.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable and remove the accessory drive belts, crankshaft pulley and the timing belt cover(s). Remove the camshaft cover and rubber plug at the back end of the camshaft.
  2. Temporarily reinstall the crankshaft pulley bolt and turn the crankshaft to Top Dead Center (TDC) of No. 1 piston. The mark on the camshaft sprocket should be aligned with the mark on the inner timing belt cover or the edge of the cylinder head.
  3. With the engine at TDC, insert the bar into the slot at the back of the camshaft. The bar rests on the cylinder head to will hold the camshaft in position.
  4. Insert the pin into the injection pump drive sprocket to hold the pump in position.
  5. Loosen the locknut on the tensioner pulley and turn the tensioner counterclockwise to relieve the tension on the timing belt. Slide the timing belt from the sprockets.

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    Fig. Use the VW tool to lock the camshaft at TDC for timing belt replacement-Volkswagen 1.9L Diesel engines


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    Fig. Locking the injection pump with the VW tool as shown-Volkswagen 1.9L Diesel engines


To install:
  1. Install the new timing belt and adjust the tension so the belt can be twisted 45 degrees at the halfway point between the camshaft and pump sprockets. Tighten the tensioner nut to 33 ft. lbs. (45 Nm).
  2. Remove the holding tools.
  3. Turn the engine 2 full revolutions to return to TDC for the No. 1 cylinder. Recheck belt tension and timing mark alignment, readjust as required.
  4. Install the belt cover and accessory drive belts.
    NOTE If the belt is too tight, there will be a growling noise that rises and falls with engine speed.

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Lexus rx 300 does not start


One of a multiple solutions .Gotta have fuel /Gotta have fire.If you have both possoble broken timing belt..With a broken belt sound of engine turning over than be different than normal..Some say like a sewing machine due to no compression. Check fire at a spark plug..If you have fire have someone tap the bottom of the fuel tank with mallet while turning over..Nine times out of ten vehicle will start if fuel pump bad.May start again but not for long...Good Luck

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I need a timing belt diagram for a kia rio 2004


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Timing belt replacement


yeah you can do it without the special tools, i work at a dealer and i dont even use the special tools,,,once you get the timing belt cover off,rotate the engine till all the timming marks line up,there are notches on the timing belt backing plate and they match the marks on the cam sprockets,now thew cam all the way to the left is 1 then 2 and 3 and 4 being all the way to the right becarefull the cams have more than one number on them so make sure the #1 on the #1 cam is up and #2 on 2 cam and so forth,otherwise you will bend the valves and ruin your engine,,,the crank sprocket has a mark on it as well as does the oil pump to line it up youll see it thru the passenger side tire well,,,then remove the 13mm nut from the tensioner,its the one all the way to the left under the cam sprocket #1,,and then remove the belt,,,now when u put the new belt on start atthe number 2 cam sprocket and put it on ,,there are no marks on belt to line up so its very important you have all marks on cams and crank lined up,,,then after its on #2 go around the upper tensioner pulley between #2 and #3 cam and make it tight and wrap it on #3 and the #4 sometimes u gotta move the cam a hair to get the teeth to line up on the belt so it goes on but it will all line up perfect in the end,then go around #1 make sure all cam are lined up and belt is tight,,you can not have it off even a tooth,,,then go around #4 to idler and around crank on right side and on left side go around crank too,now i usually use small vise grips with very light pressure to keep the belt on the cams,so they dont jump,,,then pull down on the right and turn crank front 2 teeth and put belt on crank and then put crank back to normal spot and then all you excess slack should be right where the tensioner is at the left that you took off before,keep all the slack there,,,,and the put the tensioner on while holding the belt tight and then use a allen wrench and 13mm wrench to adjust and tighten belt tensioner,,,,make sure all your marks line up,,, osometimes if you havent done this before it may be easier to have another set of hands to help you hold thingss

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Timing belt is broken on a 2002 sebring


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http://www.gates.com/downloads/download_common.cfm?file=428-1466_web.pdf&folder=brochure

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Removal & Installation

2.0L Engine
  1. Remove or disconnect the following:

    Negative battery cable Spark plugs Catalytic converter Right front wheel Right inner splash shield Accessory drive belt and idler pulley
  2. Rotate the crankshaft to Top Dead Center (TDC) and install Crankshaft TDC Timing Peg T97P-6000-A.
  3. Rotate the crankshaft clockwise against the peg.
  4. Remove or disconnect the following:

    Water pump pulley Valve cover Crankshaft pulley Timing belt covers
  5. Install Camshaft Alignment Timing Tool T94P-6256-CH into theslots of both camshafts at the rear of the cylinder head to lock thecamshafts into position.
  6. Loosen the timing belt tensioner bolt and relieve the tension onthe timing belt by disconnecting the tensioner tab from the timingcover back plate.
  7. Remove the timing belt.

    0900c152801e2a75.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gifFig. Crankshaft alignment position-Ford 2.0L (VIN 3) engines


    0900c152801e2a76.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gifFig. Placement of Camshaft Alignment Timing Tool T94P-6256-CH-Ford 2.0L (VIN 3) engines


    0900c152801e2a77.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gifFig. Timing belt tensioner index marks-Ford 2.0L (VIN 3) engines

To install:

NOTE Always replace the timing belt after loosening or removing it.
  1. Install the timing belt.
  2. Engage the timing belt tensioner tab into the timing cover back plate.
  3. Adjust the timing belt tensioner until the index marks are aligned. Tighten the tensioner bolt to 17-20 ft. lbs. (22-28 Nm).
  4. Remove the camshaft alignment tool and the crankshaft TDC peg.
  5. Install or connect the following:

    Timing belt covers Crankshaft pulley. Tighten the bolt to 81-89 ft. lbs. (110-120 Nm). Valve cover Water pump pulley Accessory drive belt and idler pulley Right inner splash shield Right front wheel Catalytic converter Spark plugs Negative battery cable
  6. Start the engine and check for proper operation.

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