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#1 eamonn

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Posted 23 August 2005 - 04:46 PM

hi can any one help me out pleeasssseee
i have a 18 turbo petrol year of make 97 (newer shape)
the engine was replaced in feb 2000 by vw dealership in warrington the problem is i want to change the cam belt and tenisioner but dont knowwhat part to order i did put car into a mate of mine who changed the belt but said the tenisioner was completely different to what was fittedso he never changed it the prob now is the belt is slightly rubbing on the case and he recomends to change the tenisioner but vw wont tell me what part i need
the car can only be in my mates garage one day (on a sat)
so i could do with the parts been there before strip down occurs he said there is a 3 letter code on yhe block but we cant see it the orignal code was AEB BUT AS SAID EARLIER THAT engine has been replaced any help please

#2 karlosthejackal

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Posted 24 August 2005 - 10:45 AM

Hi,
I have a 1998 1.8 se non turbo and had problems with the cam belt tensioner. Started off with a sort of rubbing rattling noise, which to me sounded like a heat deflector on the exhaust, so I did nothing about it until the car stopped one day and would not start.I then discovered the belt had been fouling on the cambelt housing, and the tensioner had failed causing the belt to go slack, jump a few teeth on the cog, and bend all 8 exhaust valves. The cambelt had been changed some 20000 miles earlier by a so called specialist, but the tensioner had not! Anyway over £900 later the car was back on the road. I have a receipt somewhere for all the parts and labour, I will try to dig this out and let you know the part number of the tensioner. Apparently this a common fault with the original tensioner fitted and has been upgraded by vw,as far as I know.
If I was you I would be very cautious about driving the car till you get the tensioner replaced.
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#3 karlosthejackal

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Posted 24 August 2005 - 11:01 AM

Hi,
Just found invoice. It has 2 tensioners listed on it, they are;
CAM BELT TENSIONER Part No. 058109243E £39.00.
BELT TENSIONER Part No. 058109479B £89.15.
I think the one you need is the more expensive one.
I had this job done at an independent garage so don't know if these are vw part numbers or even if this tensioner is the same for the turbo model, but I hope this helps anyway. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/169144-ok.gif
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#4 eamonn

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Posted 27 August 2005 - 07:34 PM

thanks mate got it all sorted it was a aeb engine
went round back door and got info
again thanks for your time
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