Audi Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Welcome, I'm Chris (aka Moose), my normal schedule online is around lunch and after dinner till early morning.
We need to start with the basic things. Fuel pressure, injector pulse, ignition spark, and compression. I recommend the alter 3 be the first ones checked since it may be out of time and you messed around in the area of the cam and crank sensors. Do you know how to check these things?
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Here are the timing steps to get it back into correct time.
Since the right tools were not used and the cams turned then you tried to start the vehicle. You may have bent or broken valves. You need to try and retime and get everything back into the correct position. then check the compression to see if the engine is damaged internally.
I sent a file earlier showing all the tools and procedure you needed to follow to get the engine timed correct.
You will have to turn the cams by hand to get them aligned to get the tool in place once the crank is locked and the belt is removed.
We can talk right here through the keyboard. What question do you have?
Once you have the timing belt all exposed and ready to remove. Rotate the crnak till the arks line up and install the timing peg. If your not able to instal lthe cam bar then remove the belt, turn the cams, then install the bar. Once all is locked in place install the belt.
Once the new belt is in place and the tensioner is tight then remove the special tools and reassemble everything else.
The cam holding bar you installed before installing the new belt and after installing the crank timing peg holds the cam in the correct timing position.
Since you do not understand the manufacture steps I sent I will try to explain it simpler.
The bar and peg is all you need.
There is a very good chance you bent the valves if it was badly out of correct timing.
That is correct you will not know if the valves are bent unless you time it right then check the compression.
Cylinder compression tester
Hello again Chris here,