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Polo tsi cjzc tdc for cames and crank it is beld driven

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  • Phillip Oncke
    Phillip Oncke Apr 25, 2017

    the cames r inside the cam box so ther must be a way to set it

  • Phillip Oncke
    Phillip Oncke Apr 25, 2017

    it is a 2016

  • Phillip Oncke
    Phillip Oncke Apr 25, 2017

    i know tdc on crank is no1 up but the camms r not
    making sens






  • Phillip Oncke
    Phillip Oncke Apr 25, 2017

    oja and it is a 1.2 turbo

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