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Does the 2004 audi 3.2 motor have a timing chain or a timing belt

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90000 MILES IF YOU BEEN DRIVING CAR EVERY DAY.HARD MILES.I WOULD HAVE IT INSPECTED AT 45000 MILES TO BE ON SAFE SIDE.LOOK AT SPENDING $600.00.

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If it's anything like the six cylinder engines from Audi, which I'm very familiar with, and from what I remember of the V8, you have a timing belt that drives the water pump, crank, and exhaust cams, and also includes a tensioner and an idler roller. The timing chains come into play in the cylinder heads. What Audi did was to only drive the exhaust cams off of the crank, using the timing belt, and inside each cylinder head there is a timing chain assembly that is used to drive the intake cams off the exhaust cams. On a periodic service (like the timing service) you only need to do the timing belt. The timing chains are only replaced if the tensioners fail - you'll know this by a diesel-like clatter from the cylinder heads. Failure of the chain drive assemblies is very rare, which is good because they're incredibly expensive (on the V6 engines they're upwards of $700 each). If you're doing this job because it's due based on mileage, don't touch the timing chains in the cylinder heads - only change the timing belt, tensioner roller, relay arm, hydraulic tensioner, idler pulley, water pump, and serpentine belt. You can leave the chains alone.

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2.4 not such a thing. You mean 4.2 right?? You must chnage timing belt water pump and all related probably bout 1600.00 . Much cheaper that an engine rebulid work. If belts breaks vakves will bent

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The owners manual might tell you.

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