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  1. 2004 A2 1.6FSI cam belt 
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    Hi All,

    How hard is it to change the cam belt / water pump on a 2004 A2 1.6 FSI?

    Is the crank pulley on a wood ruff key or do they float?

    Thanks in advance for any help and guidance
     
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    Hi all

    Anyone ever done one?
     
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    I had a quick look at the crank pulley bolt today, its not normal flat headed bolt it looks like it a spline head bolt so I may need to go and buy a socket to fit it
     
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    dont think they are not keyed to the crankshaft, so should be quite normal. if its an external spline on the bolt then you use a normal 12 point multi hex socket.
    Audi 80 tdi avant with 360,000 miles...
     
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    just had a look, all straightforwards, 2 pins in the cam sprockets and line the marked tooth on the crank pulley up..
    Audi 80 tdi avant with 360,000 miles...
     
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    Hi Zollaf,

    Do I need to lock the crank to undo the bolt?

    Use a flywheel locking tool?
     
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    Sent you an email, reply to my email address and I'll send you a 'How too' change the cambelt on the A2 FSi


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