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  1. Question Cambelt Change Advice 
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    HI

    I have just bought a jan 2004 registered A4 1.9 tdi sport 6 speed AVF engine code with a 133K on the clock. The car has a good history but the cambelt really needs replacing as it was last done at 60k miles 7 years ago. I have done cambelts on the old ford 80's zetec, landrover tdi engies, Isuzu 3.1 engines and 306's but have not done one of these before.

    as its the later engine i dont think it has the hydraulic tensioner & I have ordered a haynes manual

    can anyone advise on the best belts, tensioners e.g INA etc / I see there is a locking kit available for little money around 20 that appears to lock the toothed pullys etc

    are there any things i need to look out for e.g on the landrover tdi the front crank pully bolt needs a crank locking tool to remove as its torqued up so dammed tight

    any advice appriciated thanks
     
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    On the petrol engines, the aux drive pulley is held on to the crank pulley by 4 X Allen bolts, no need to remove the crank pulley unless you're replacing the front crank seal.
    If so you can use 19mm triple hex and a breaker bar, rest the end on top of the passenger side chassis leg, a quick flick of the key on the starter will have that bolt loose

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    Not your exact car but will be worth a watch (Total Technik do some very good A4/A6 videos) :-

    How to Change Timing Belt Cambelt & Water Pump - Audi VW Seat Skoda 2.0 TDI ALL MODELS (Audi A6 C6)
     
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