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Where are timing marks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the only way you will find this out is to have a diagnostic machine plugged in and the fault memory read to check what fault is logged, it could be anything from a ABS wheel speed sensor to a control module fault, to save money in the long run i would advise you get the fault memory read first. hope this helps
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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hi, here is a guide i have come across on this site written by another expert it should be the one for your engine but always double check.
If you are unsure what you are doing then please go out and buy a haines workshop manual as these tell you every detail you need to know so that would be your best solution.
Please dont do this work if your unsure what you are doing as you could damage the engine beyond repair so you have been warned;
it covers single cam and if you scroll down it shows double cam ok
Sep 14, 2009 - VW Passat & Audi A4 1990-2000 Repair Guide
Timing Belt - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
2.8L SOHC (AFC) V6 Engine
2.8L DOHC 5V (AHA) V6 Engine
Fig. Crankshaft pulley alignment location for TDC-Audi 2.8L V6 engines
Fig. Left camshaft sprocket alignment position for TDC; right camshaft position is similar-Audi 2.8L V6 engines
Fig. View of crankshaft holding tool installed-Audi 2.8L V6 engines
Fig. View of camshaft locator bar installed-Audi 2.8L V6 engines
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
first try the fues box see if you have a blown fues, next if you put your wipers on can you hear the motor running for them? if you can the linkage has poped off from the motor, its a bit awkward to get it back on and no gaurentee that it will saty on, you might have to replace linkage, or, it might be the cogs on the actual wiper arms have splayed and are now smooth so they dont grip to move, you can take them off by the nut on the arm , get a can (coke can or simular) cut a rectangle out of it the hight and width if the cog, rap it round the cog, (make sure it does not overlap on the ends) and force the arm back into place and then do the nut up, this is just a short quick fix if that is the case you will have to replace the motor, also you can check the relay to the motor in the fues box, give it a tap a couple of times it might work again if not replace it...hope you find these sugestions helpful
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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