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HELP!! my audi A4 1.9 TDI awx 130 timing belt has ripped teath off and won't fire :(

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by Chrissy a4, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. Chrissy a4
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    Chrissy a4 audi a4 chrissy

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    Would apprietaite your help if you can very much! I am thinking of replacein in the top end only do you think it will be worth while? i have been told these engines arent likely for the bottom end to bhave gone with it!
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    was the belt intact still, apart from ripping teeth off it. Has if deffo done the head in, it wont fire probably because its well out of timing.
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    Don't crank it anymore, you will bend the rest of the valves you have not bent already ! Take the rocker cover off and see how many lifters are broken- you will require to take the camshaft off first ! If no visible damage then get a new belt and time it acordingly then spin the engine by hand and make sure the marks align and you KNOW what you're doing !
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    Chrissy a4 audi a4 chrissy

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    Thanks guys! yess the belt was still in tact just a few teeth missing i am going to have it looked at to see what the damage is! any recommendation's for tunining while its apart?
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    Do as Adam says...... you might be lucky, it's dosn't take much movement in the timing for these engines not to fire
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