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Must the timing marks on a audi A4 2.0 B7 2006 line up or be one tooth back

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They all have to line up with the TDC at zero

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Timing problem we think?


Mark the timing belt as well with the marks on the crank and cam.
to make sure it is not slipping and staying in place during the install.
I hope your valves are not bent. If they are not and you checked the above and still the same, then and only then I would put the belt back the way it was with that tooth off.

Jul 09, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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99 a4 2.8 audi quattro just put heads on car set timing all timing marks and holes line up ,when turning engine over by hand u can here valves clicking on cam on drivers side head.cam not set right ?


i have a 99 audi a4 2.8 quattro i got the car and the timing belt snapped or somthing idk before i got the car but i ended up swapping the heads from a junkyard i had engine code AHA heads which had severe bent valves i did a compresson test and came back bad and swapped them from a vw passat with ATQ heads got all the head gaskets and all gaskets off ebay...the timing belt making sure everything is lined up correctly is crucial if it looks the slightest bit off on the cams you better do it again there tricky the marks for the cams are under the valve covers on the back side of the heads each cam will have a small square notch the should line up perfectly with the lines if they dont somthings not right on the heads on the flywheel/crankshaft pully..idk what its called theres a mark down there too that lines up with the flywheel/crankshaft pulley and plastic cover ..but i remember i lubed all the cams and valves down with oil before i put the the valve covers back on i remember mine tapped a little bit on first start up but it got quieter and quieter within 5 min of ideling ...also make sure you dont have the timing 180 degrees out i guess i got lucky make sure i think #1 is on compression stroke not exaust stroke
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if you hear really loud tapping if it were me i know you not gonna wanna hear this but id pull the valve covers again and make sure 100% positive all marks on cams are perfectly lining up if it looks to be off a tooth you possible could have a bad timing chain tensioner on that driver side

Dec 13, 2015 | Audi Cars & Trucks

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Crank and flywhleel timing marks


You can find the timing mark on the end of a crank shaft by looking for an indented dot which marks top dead center.
A flywheel is balanced and does not need a mark. However if the wheel you refer to is a cam gear (one or two gears depending on how many cam shafts your engine has) look for 2 dots with a tooth grove between the two dots. A matching drive gear will have a single dot aligned with a tooth on the drive gear. When put together the single tooth marked on the drive gear must fall into the grove marked the the 2 dots on the cam gears.

If you are just trying to time an engine, the belt drive pulley mounted to the crank shaft will have a single indented line. The line can get filled with dirt so you can't see it. Wipe it clean and fill with grove with something to highlight the groove, as with a white or yellow crayon or a dob of bright paint. Associated with the belt drive pulley, there should be a metal plate with line marks spaced on it, with 0 degrees (top dead center TDC) marked on it, When the engine is running, using a strobe light connected to your number 1 spark plug you will see where the timing mark on the belt drive pulley is compared to the metal plate with the timing marks.

Feb 12, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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I had to change my head gasket on my 2001 VW Passat. That went great but know when I try to put back my timing belt it will not start. I have tried everything. I have alligned all the marks and still...


After you aligned the timing marks and tightened up the tensioner pulley, did you re-check your timing marks? Usually when you tighten the tensioner it will pull the cam and crank out of alignment. Line up the crankshaft first and then check to see where your cam gear is. If it is not lined up, loosen the tensioner and move the cam gear ahead to line it back up. If it doesn't line up perfectly then go AHEAD until the marks line up and put the belt back on. If the gear is on the mark and the belt teeth don't line up, move the gear ahead until you can get the belt on,but no more than a full tooth on the belt. Tighten your tensioner and check again. At most the cam sprocket should only be off about 1/2 tooth from the marks and it should be ahead not behind. Re-align your distributor to #1 and it should start. Hope this helps.

Apr 11, 2011 | 2001 Volkswagen Passat

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I REPLACED TIMING BELT AND IS HAS A VIBRATION


It sounds like either the balance shaft was in the wrong position when the belt was put on so now it isn't canceling the vibration. Or you were off a tooth or two when you put it back together. Pull the timing cover and check to make sure you are rite on the timing marks. If you are then you will probably have to take the belt off and rotate the balance shaft 1 time. Then put it all back together.

Jun 05, 2010 | 2003 Audi A4 Cabriolet

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Timing OK?


You did it the right way. If you tried to make a full cam revolution you would have hit the pistons with the valves. Put the lower timing cover and crank pulley back on. If the cam marks are aligned right and the mark on the lower timing cover lines up with the mark on the crank pulley, you're good to go.

Mar 12, 2010 | 1999 Audi A4

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How to set timming belt,cant find mark for crankshaft 3.0L


Timing belt removed, static timing was not set before removing timing belt.

[Set Static Timing:
No.1 piston is brought up to TDC before removing timing belt.

Cam gear has a punchmark on face of gear, and this mark aligns with one single tooth. There is a matching punchmark on the Timing Belt Rear Upper Cover.

Facing the cam gear, the mark is to the upper right. There is an 'egg shape' of the timing belt upper rear cover, in this spot. This punchmark is in that 'egg shape', and is close to a bolt hole. The cam gear mark lines up with the Timing Belt Rear Upper Cover, mark.

The crankshaft gear has a punchmark on the face. It lines up with one single tooth. There is a corresponding punchmark on the lower right side. An alignment mark)

Should be a round punchmark on the face of the crankshaft gear. It lines up with a single tooth. Wipe the gear clean, use a little carb cleaner. (NO flames, or sparks nearby, well ventilated area)

Barring you cannot find the crankshaft mark, find the camshaft alignment marks, make sure they are aligned with the alignment, (Punchmark), on the Timing Upper Rear Cover.

Count the teeth in the timing belt. There should be 133 teeth on the belt.

There is 43 teeth in-between the timing mark of the camshaft, and the timing mark on the crankshaft.

(43 teeth in-between the Right Side Camshaft mark to crankshaft mark, 43 teeth in-between the Left Side Camshaft mark to crankshaft mark)

There should be 40 teeth in-between the two cam gears.




Oct 24, 2009 | 1989 Nissan Pathfinder

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Timing marks on 2002 2.4 litre engine


They'll usually be offset just a hair, and I mean a hair. If it's a tooth off, it's wrong. Make sure the mark on the oil pump is lined up with the MARK on the gear, not the tooth. I think the mark is actually lined up with the trailing edge of the tooth.
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Apr 15, 2009 | 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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I cant get my 95 honda civic on timings the motor is 16v 1.5 l woundering if you could help


put the number one cylinder at top dead center and line up the timing marks on the cam gear and put the belt on

Apr 11, 2009 | 1995 Honda Civic

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Timing belt replacement problem


old timing belt stretched

you only hand turn twice

get number one cyl up on compression stroke both vales closed piston to top of stroke

put the cam with the tooth out to align marks

try again

unless you are 180 deg out should be right




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Apr 13, 2017 | 1997 Toyota 4Runner

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