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Yes, there is a 19 mm hexagonal cap bolt on the tensioner. See the yellow arrow in the picture below:
Put a 19 mm spanner on the bolt and turn it in counterclockwise direction until the fan belt will be released. Then remove old fan belt and install a new one. See the serpentine belt routing diagram for a 2002 Audi A4 1.9 TDI:
CS = Crankshaft F = Fan pulley Gen = Alternator T = Tensioner AC = Air Conditioning PAS = Power Assisted Steering
Even your car Audi A4 1.9 TDI has got 55000 km and the timing belt replacement is due at 90000 km, the car was made in 2003. I strongly recommend you to change now the timing belt in order to prevent any risk!
tandard practice to change the oil on a clutch replacement. Was the replacemmiles it's covered, but it's not sounds like the gearbox oil need changing. You don't say how many miles it has done. Gear box oil is not usually changed in a clutch replacement. Did an Audi garage carry out the rlacement? It could be the cable needs adjusting to allow the clutch to have free movement
I'm not sure that there would be any other types that would suit, and the parts should be readily available. check the Dayco Webcatalogue, it even has pictures of the tensioners so you can see that you are getting the right one. Just click on the magnifying glass symbol beside "auxiliary tensioner" once you have the correct model loaded to access the pics.
Hope this helps,