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a4 tfsi timing chain

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by sewell10, Apr 2, 2011.

  1. sewell10

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    as above has any one had to change one if so at what cost i thing mine is slightly noisey
     
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  3. Paul N Ireland

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    Oh yes, I done mine when I first bought it. I have no idea about labour costs as I done my own at the time of timing belts ect but I would expect to pay around the £200 range. The chain and tensioner from memory is around £100 - £150
     
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    2.0tfsi has a cam belt doesnt it not a chain? Some one more technical may correct me though but thats what I had changed by local indy!
    Your looking at arround 300 but I dont think you should change it unless due no point bare in mind the tfsi engine is noisy at idle even when healthy I think its some thing to do with the fsi technology I seem to remeber reading!
    If you do get cam belt changed make sure water pump is done at the same time!
     
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    marrow the tfsi has a belt and chain
    parts around 150 and prety easy to change but tight
    around £300 in labour to change
     
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    See I told you someone more technical would correct me ! lol
    When should chain be changed then ?
     
  7. Paul N Ireland

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    Just when it starts rattling. If it does not rattle, you dont
     
  8. sewell10

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    the chain rattles only on over run
     
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    are you sure its the chain thats makeing the noise ?
     
  10. sewell10

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    sounds like the chain and tensioner thanks
     
  11. Chris79

    Chris79 On my 3rd A4! RS4 next???

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    But the tfsi uses a belt!
     
  12. Paul N Ireland

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    They use a belt for cam to crank timing but the two cams are linked at the rear of the cylinder head by a chain
     

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