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Setting Timing Just replaced the timing belt that had broke on this Audi and having a problem getting it back in time can you help me out. No I do not have the tool.

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You need the tools to hold the cams.

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Which engine do you have? It makes a big difference. If you have the 1.8T, here's everything you need:

http://www.audiworld.com/tech/eng35.shtml

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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It's a complicated job, and usually takes about 8 hours to do the full service if you're familiar with the car's mechanicals, you have a good array of tools (air tools help a lot), you're familiar with what you're doing, and with how to disassemble everything (including removing the front of the car - I'm not joking). There's more to the job than just the belt too - you need to replace the timing belt, timing tensioner, water pump, thermostat, serpentine belt, and serpentine tensioner. If your cam seals are leaking (which is also known to happen), you'd need those and plan for a couple more hours as well, due to the care that must be taken not to scratch or score the cam end caps.

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SOURCE: 03 audi a4 timing belt replacment instructions

Get a service manual and/or check here--
http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php?t=189107

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SOURCE: at what mileage should you change the timing belt on the Audi A6

I found this one for timing belts manuals.
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SOURCE: When to replace the timing belt on a 2002 audi a4 1.8T

Audi 4 cylinder engines must have timing belt replaced as soon as 75,00 miles but no later than 105,000 miles. When doing job properly the mechanics should be replacing belt, tensioners, rollers, waterpump, thermostat and gasket. Average price would be around $900-$1200 US dollars.

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