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Insructions and cam timing specs to refit timing belt for audi a4 quatro 2.8l 99/o2

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Http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to-audi-a4-timing-belt/



this is for ford but audi got to be similar just have a look- http://www.autosmanual.com/752/ford-diesel-engine-injection-timing-kit-instructions.html

its a lengthy process and the word limit doesnt allow me to type all those things down.
my friend did this on his audi from this website.

http://www.wings-and-wheels.net/cambelt.htm
-sultan

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