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What should be included in the audi timing belt kit

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by vexorg, Apr 15, 2012.

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    [Apr 15, 2012]
    I ordered a timing belt kit and made sure it contained all rollers and tensioners when ordering. I got a kit that includes the belt, and 2 rollers. Should the spring piston part be included? Kit number supplied was 06A 198 199 B.

    My car is a 2002 1.8 (non-turbo), is the spring part re-useable?

    Audi garage also said they never renew the engine mount bolts, not too sure if I trust them.
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    Assume you mean tensioner, yes it should be replaced.

    Audi garage? Are the a real Audi garage or one that just repairs Audi's as I'm sure an Audi dealership will change engine mount bolts.
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    Don't forget the water pump
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    [Apr 15, 2012]
    I got this from them:

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    Big box has 06A 198 119 B

    Inside:
    belt has 06B 109 119 A
    Tensioner roller has 06B 109 243 F
    Small roller has 06B 109 244

    They are a proper audi dealer, even from the audi.co.uk dealer section, "Ayr Audi". It took a bit to convince them I needed the engine mount bolts, they say they never supply them and even asked the mechanic who say they never replace them.
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    The part you're referring to is the "belt tensioner damper" and is not a part of the timing belt replacement kit. It's a good idea to replace it, although Audi will not replace it on a belt change unless you ask them to, usually.

    Part number 06B 109 477, (should be).

    Looks like this.

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    Should have just bought the contitech kit.

    Comes with all of the above, plus the damper, and only costs about 70quid.
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    All the engine mount bolts are supposed to be replaced every time there removed as there stretch bolts but to be honest I don't think anyone ever does replace them. I work for VW and we never do we just retorque them and nip them a little further. Never had any problems and never seen one snap or strip threads unless it was hammered in with an air gun on the wonk!
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