your chain tensioner probley has broken apart and u might need a new one.
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If the tensioner is sticking and not keeping pressure, then there could be a broken spring or a piece rubbing. The tensioner will likely need to be replaced. If it will not move enough to remove the belt then the belt will need to be cut off.
You don't. Serpentine belts are adjusted by a spring loaded device called a belt tensioner. If you belt is loose, then the tensioner is broken.
Weld a larger nut over the broken bolt and let it cool. It will turn out for you.
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Unless the chain has broken on you, you do not need to replace it.
Replace the slave cylinder.
The gasket to your clutch master cylinder is probably broken or cracked. or your master cylinder is bad.
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1 Locked up pulley(A/C Compressor,Power Steering Pump,Smog Pump,Water Pump,Idler 2 Pulley or Tensioner Pulley) 3 Broken belt tensioner(out of adjustment or broken,missing spring) 4 Pulleys out of alignment 5 Wrong size belt
If the belt is loose, check the tensioner. The tensioner spring may have broken.
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get a tap and die set and follow the instructions.
The tension spring is broken, and the entire assembly must be replaced.
Complete failure of the tensioner may well throw the valve timing out enough for the pistons struck the valves. I'm not an expert on Audis but I'd certainly seek advice before just putting a new tensioner and belt on.
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Only older V-belts can be loosened. First loosen the lock bolt. Now, turn the tensioner bolt counter clockwise. When proper tension has been reach, re-tighten the lock bolt. On newer cars with an automatic tensioner, the tension will be correct unless the spring in the tensioner is broken. That would cause the belt to be too loose and the tensioner will need to be replaced.
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The ignition cylinder or the lock on the cylinder is broken.
either the tensioner (spring loaded to keep the belt tight) has a bad spring (and you will see a broken spring) or it's installed incorrectly after replacing it. Compare belts (old/new) which should be a few inches different.