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Cambelt change

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by chuffer, Jun 25, 2010.

  1. chuffer

    chuffer Member

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    Does the cambelt need to be changed at 40k miles or every 4 years on a 2.0FSI engine?
     
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  3. antmax7

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    in the manual it states every 5years or 60,000 miles
    i am having 2.0T done along with the water pump in Aug when mine is 5 years old
     
  4. Jay88

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    I had my cambelt, waterpump and tensioners done on my 2.0T at 5 years.
     
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    Same here although mileage was well under , did it for peace of mind
     
  6. Shane.

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    Getting mine done July/August along with the waterpump and full service just waiting for mate's dad's garage to get back to me with price as Audi want 350 just for the cambelt and tensioner.
     
  7. antmax7

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    peace of mine is the reason am having mine done as mine is only on 31k lol
     
  8. chuffer

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    Mines at 40k & 6 years so it would be worth doing now then. Also do I need to get the water pump done too then?
     
  9. antmax7

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    might as well while they have got every thing off that would need to come off to change the pump
     

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