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cambelt replaced

Ballcrusher Feb 5, 2008

  1. Ballcrusher

    Ballcrusher NO CAT JUST 3" STRAIT THREW

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    went down to the ttshop last week to have cambelt kit and water pump fitted they also replaced the auxiliary belt free of charge.total cost £399 all in and what a set up that they have got down there.top class service and will deffo use them again .:icon_thumright:
     
  2. jojo

    jojo Looking for Boost! Staff Member Moderator Team Daytona Audi S3 quattro Audi A6 Audi Avant Owner Group

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    Aux belt wasn't free was it?, they relieved you of 399 quid lol, about the going rate for an independant specialist in my opinion.
     
  3. corradoman

    corradoman New Member

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    Just booked mine in at the local main dealers, Cambelt, Tensioner, Waterpump. £373.07:icon_thumright: Not bad for the Sytealers
     
  4. danotto

    danotto VAG HUNTER

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    i paid £140 for my cam belt change but it was a private jobby,lol
     
  5. Bong Water

    Bong Water In two minds

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    Mine is being done as I type, cambelt KIT and waterpump, £300 inc VAT, plus brake fluid and ARB drop link bush total £400 inc VAT

    PS, Coradoman, thats pretty good for a main dealer, my local Audi wanted £500 just for the cambelt and waterpump
     
  6. abdus

    abdus Top Gear VCDS Map User

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    mine is costing only £150 incl VAT, all in

    from driveway Audi :eyebrows:
     
  7. jonS3

    jonS3 Member

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  8. mattyboy199

    mattyboy199 Well-Known Member

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    Jabba did my belt tensioners & replaced water pump with a metal impellor one for £332.50
     
  9. psytech

    psytech First time Quattro owner & I love it.

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    Just got a quote for my cambelt on my 2.8 quattro. New belt, tentioners and water pump £350. Not bad from a specialist, I daren't get a price from a dealership.
     
  10. 1animal1

    1animal1 The Clar!! it mouves!!! VCDS Map User

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    okies mines going in on the 16th to be done, not sure what the cambelt is costing but this is the work the fella is doing for £650inc VAT invoice as i wanted the stamp and warranty for work etc

    Full 80k service inc aero wipers and fuel filter, pollen,plugs,VAG check etc etc
    Cambelt/other belts
    water pump (standard plastic impeller)
    Haldex oil/filter
    alarm switch
    full set of mats
    passenger seat handle replace
    6 hours labour

    All genuine Audi bits

    I didn't think this was bad as Peter Gilders in Sheffield wanted £407 for the cambelt, £100 for water pump and £380 for 80k service. plus the other bits.
     
  11. psytech

    psytech First time Quattro owner & I love it.

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    That doesn't sound too bad....I ve just had to shell out 1200 quid for a new clutch and dual mass flywheel..... now she needs a good service and a new cambelt. Any specialist recomendations for the hampshire area, I got the clutch and flywheel done at Gearlink, they were really good.
     
  12. AndyMac

    AndyMac Moderator Moderator

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    ABTech in Southampton or JKM in Pompey
     
  13. jonS3

    jonS3 Member

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    I got my clutch/flywheel done for £600 at an independant
     
  14. spiker

    spiker usually growling at something

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    I tried out Stafford Audi's ebay special last week

    Cam belt change / tensioners / water pump replaced / auxiliary belt / haldex fluid change

    £470 all in - pretty happy with the price considering a main dealer

    I believe the price without the Haldex oil was 395 !

    My independant would have charged 350+ for that so not a bad deal for a dealer with 2 year guarantee
     
  15. 1animal1

    1animal1 The Clar!! it mouves!!! VCDS Map User

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    i think its weird how the prices differ so much, i know we have inflation, cost of living etc etc...but the differences are off the chart
     

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