No way can anyone answer this here. Changing a timing belt is too complicated to explain here. Get yourself a repair manual or pay an expert to do this. It must be done correctly or engine damage can occur.
Audi recomends changing timing belt and water pump at 110k miles.
Between 60-70K miles. Make sure you replace the thermostat, rollers, water pump, and tensioner too.
Yes Audi A4 timing belt replacement 1.8T 3.0L V6 timing belt yes. 3.2L v6 no timing belt it has timing chains on back of engine.
It has belt.
app 4.9 hr
Depends on the year, and model which you failed to list.
I have a 94 Audi 100s and the thermostat is located behind the timing belt so you should think about changing the timing belt, water pump, and thermostat. I know this is a horrible desighn but what can we do.
IT don't have a timing belt to change.
Depending on your specific year, make & model, it may vary. A 2000 Audi Quattro A4 with a 1.8 should replace timing belt and timing belt tensioner at 100,000 miles. It should be checked earlier if your vehicle is subject to severe treatment.
The A4 1.8 engine has a timing belt. The service interval is 75,000 miles.
Yes it does.
there is no timing belt it has a timing chain
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Generally you need to change timing belt around 60-70K miles. Timing belt change cost around $400-450.
There is no belt to change; it uses an internal timing chain.
I know of no vehicle where the engine has to be removed to change a timing belt.
Change the timing belt every 100,000 miles.