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Have 2001 jetta 1.8 turbo wolfburg addition, make a wierd noise front of motor under valve cover around timing belt

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I would pull the cover off there are 2 clips on either side up top look at the belt see if there is any damage to belt if none start it it could be the waterpump going bad as it is inside the cover as well but by removing the cover you should be able to hear it better

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What could cause a loud clicking noise from engine 2001 volkswagon jetta 2.0 (automatic)


check that a valve rocker has not jumped off a valve end and is pressing down on the valve spring retainer.

Aug 10, 2014 | 2001 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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Como coloco la banda de distribuicion de un jetta 95 2.0 automatico


Check this procedure...

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Fig. Adjusting the belt tension on a 2.0L 8 valve

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable and remove the accessory drive belts, crankshaft pulley and the timing belt cover(s).
  2. Temporarily reinstall the crankshaft pulley bolt and turn the crankshaft to TDC of No. 1 piston. The mark on the camshaft sprocket should be aligned with the mark on the inner timing belt cover or the edge of the cylinder head.
  3. With the distributor cap removed, the rotor should be pointing toward the No. 1 mark on the rim of the distributor housing. On 8 valve engines, the notch on the crankshaft pulley should align with the dot on the intermediate shaft sprocket.
  4. Loosen the locknut on the tensioner pulley and turn the tensioner counterclockwise to relieve the tension on the timing belt.
  5. Slide the timing belt from the sprockets.
To install:
  1. Check the alignment of the timing marks. On 16 valve engines, the mark on the tooth should align with the mark on the rear belt cover.
  2. Install the new timing belt and tension the belt so it can be twisted 90 ° at the middle of it's longest section, between the camshaft and intermediate sprockets.
  3. Recheck the alignment of the timing marks and, if correct, turn the engine 2 full revolutions to return to TDC of No. 1 piston. Recheck belt tension and timing marks. Readjust as required. Torque the tensioner nut to 33 ft. lbs. (45 Nm).
  4. Install the belt cover and accessory drive belts.
  5. If the belt is too tight, there will be a growling noise that rises and falls with engine speed.
Hope helps.

Oct 09, 2011 | 1995 Volkswagen Jetta

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Model: '02 Jetta TDI std. ALH 120,000 miles, Recently new timing belt. After exiting the freeway, about a half mile going around 25 mph, we Heard a sudden noise (about the sound LEVEL squeeling brakes or...


The items to check are
Waste gate on the turbo Please email me the turbo model # Example: G3

EGR valve (stuck open or not moving freely) / need to remove carbon in EGR valve (if equipped in emission state / country) Clean EGR passage tube.
REMOVE ALL CARBON with WD-40 or PB Blaster

Check for vacuum leaks.
YOU MUST replace EGR base mount gasket.

Inspect timing belt tensioner.
Jumped timing / belt Check for burn / loose rubber particle on the bottom of the timing belt cover. Recheck timing marks / dots and make sure it's line up correctly.
You should change the water pump and T-belt at the same time. Check the service record for the last water pump change. Spin the water pump and check for free movement and leak.
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After everything are check out then open the valve cover to do a valve adjustment. You should do valve adjustment every year or 12-18,000 miles.

Monitor for oil leaks from rear main seal,front seal and valmustgo_24.jpgmustgo_2.gifve cover.

Check for white smoke at the tailpipe after 10-15 minutes of warm up time to rule out head gasket damage.
check for cross mix of oil and coolant.
TDI should go well over 200,000 miles before major over-haul.

Jan 24, 2011 | Volkswagen Jetta Cars & Trucks

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Jetta 2001- timing belt broked and now im traing to get the engin on time


There is a very good chance you bent some valves when the belt broke. If it's a 1.8 turbo then definitely, 2.0 you have a small chance that it is ok. The marks are easy to see, one notch on the cam and one on the crank, the crank lines up to the line on the plastic cover that covers the t belt, the cam lines up to the plastic backing piece that is bolted down with the valve cover. Best of luck.

Jan 16, 2011 | Volkswagen Jetta Cars & Trucks

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No compression 2003 jetta 1.8L Turbo Timing belt is on and tight, timing chain is on and tight, pistons are going up and down, valves appear to be opening and closing. no funny engine noises, engine turns...


Either the camshaft are seriously out of time or the piston rings/pistons are worn out.
Check TDC of Piston No1 on the power stroke coincides with both inlet and exhaust valves being closed.

Oct 09, 2009 | 2003 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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2001 VW Jetta with clutch issues


Hi I am Vortash it sounds to me that your Thrust bearing on the clutch actuator arm is damaged , it is probably worn and not pushing evenly or that the cable is rusty and in need of repalcement ( hence the squeaking ? ) the cable may even be stretched ..some jettas in this country also had Hydraulic clutches and this would point to a leak ( damaged rubber seals or slave or master cylinder rubbers leak ) or air bubble , or low fluid level not actuating the thrust arm properly
hope this is of help regards Vortah

Jul 21, 2009 | 2001 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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2002 Jetta TDI, has 180,000 miles. Engine sputtered and cut off.


standing at the front of the car pull the cover off the left side of the motor and check the belt. No tools are required the check the belt. Cover pulls up and off. It's to the left end of the valve cover.

Apr 15, 2009 | 2002 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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03 jetta codes


The first thing I would do for multiple misfire codes is clean the MAF. The oil likes to leak around the chain tensioner and around the timing cover. Check for visual leaks on the front and back of the motor. A quart of oil burning every 5000 miles is not much at all.

Jan 04, 2009 | 2003 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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2001 jetta wont rev past 3,00 rpm


sounds like something was set up wrong.timing belt ...cam/crank sensor/ or work on mechanicals not clean..valves/piston damage...or....alot of junk went through motor when this occurred and your catalytic converter is clogged

Dec 08, 2008 | 2001 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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