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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: LOW BEAM LIGHTS
Hi Rich Million,
Check the bulbs for the low beam problem and if they're ok, check the fuses under the bonnet (hood) which are found in the fuse box. If you've already checked those, go to the fuse box inside the vehicle.
Still no luck....remember that there are fuses and relays inside the cabin behind the kick panel.....You may find that there is a problem with the main fuse box.....If you drive over rough terrain, check the connections under the main fuse box....even if your roads are all smooth, it's still worth checking.....
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
replace both headlight bulbs
each bulb has two filiments inside the bad bulb has a burned out filiment but, they should be replaced as a pair
and, do not touch the glass with your fingers
the oil from your fingers can cause the bulb to fail
Posted on May 29, 2009
SOURCE: Timing Belt Manual
Timing belt maintenance is extremely important! The A4 and Passat
model utilize an interference-type, non-free-wheeling engine. If the
timing belt breaks, the valves in the cylinder head may strike the
pistons, causing potentially serious (also time-consuming and
expensive) engine damage. The recommended replacement interval for the
timing belt is at least every 6 years or 60,000-90,000 miles
(96,000-144,000 km), depending on vehicle usage and engine type.
NOTE If removed and reinstalled, the timing belt must be installed in the same rotational direction as removed.
VW Passat & Audi A4 1990-2000 Repair Guide
Timing Belt - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
WARNING Do NOT turn the engine or camshaft with the timing belt removed. The pistons will contact the valves and cause internal engine damage.
2.0L (9A, ABA) Engines
Fig. Adjusting the belt tension on a 2.0L 8 valve
Fig. Remove the timing belt cover
Fig. Align the timing marks
Fig. Locate the tensioner
Fig. Loosen the tensioner bolt
Fig. Mark the belts direction of rotation
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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