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CAM CHAIN TENSIONER. PART NO. NEEDED.

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by stoop44rio, Jan 15, 2012.

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    As titled I need the part no. so I can be sure im getting the right one. Its for APU engine. Thanks.
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    Bradderz_1988 Dont replace it, Upgrade it !!

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    Here's one I've just used on my 1.8TQS AJL engine may be same for yours. Genuine aswel had the same numbers of that printed on my old one.

    330672244748
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    Thanks but I was given these numbers to check;058 109 217B ; 058109217B. Can anyone confirm that these are for the APU engine??
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    Bradderz_1988 Dont replace it, Upgrade it !!

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    Have a look at the back of the valve cover were the back 3 tensioner bolts are the part number is stamped on the tensioner you may need a bit of brake cleaner to clear the decade old **** off it lol !!!
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    Ye that's the number that's on mine and the one I posted that's on eBay.
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    I'd say that the one I posted is for all A4 1.8T engines without VVT but I may be wrong.
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