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Vw transporter: timing..engine type axd (gear driven

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how do i set the timing on a vw transporter 2004 with engine type axd (gear driven)

Hi and welcome to JA

 

Do do this task requires special tools and the transmission removed for access.

I hope i have answered your question please let me know if you require further assistance.

See instructions below

  • Camshaft alignment tool - No.T10193.
  • Camshaft compensation gear pre-tensioning tool - No.T10234.
  • Camshaft gear locking tool 1 - No.T10199.
  • Camshaft gear locking tool 2 - No.T10199/1.
  • Camshaft gear tightening tool - No.XZN 16-T10198.
  • Crankshaft alignment tool - No.T10225.
  • Crankshaft locking tool - No.T10226.
  • Torque wrench 1 - No.VAG 1332.
  • Torque wrench 2 - No.VAS 6253.

Valve timing procedures

  • Timing gears located at rear of engine. Transmission removal required for repairs.
  • Remove blanking plug from cylinder block (1).
  • Remove blanking plug from cylinder head (2) .
  • Fit crankshaft alignment tool (3) .
  • Turn crankshaft in direction of rotation until timing marks aligned (4) .
  • Ensure camshaft lobes for No.1 cylinder angled upwards.
  • If not, turn crankshaft 360°.
  • Remove crankshaft alignment tool (3) .
  • Fit crankshaft locking tool (5) .
  • Ensure crankshaft locking tool located correctly (6) .
  • Fit camshaft alignment tool (7) .
  • Ensure camshaft alignment tool correctly located (7) . If not, adjust camshaft as follows:
  • Remove camshaft bearing cap (9) .
  • Ensure camshaft position (CMP) sensor reluctor aligned (8) .
  • Fit camshaft gear locking tool 1 (10) .
  • Tighten bolts of camshaft gear locking tool to 40 Nm (11) .
  • Slacken camshaft gear bolt.
  • Turn camshaft until camshaft alignment tool can be inserted correctly (7) .
  • Remove camshaft gear locking tool 1 (10) .
  • Fit camshaft gear locking tool 2 (12) .
  • Tighten camshaft gear locking tool 2 to 70 Nm.
  • Apply a torque of 80 Nm to camshaft gear in clockwise direction (12) .

NOTE: Camshaft gear bolt (13) and friction washer (14) MUST only be used once.

  • Tighten camshaft gear bolt to 150 Nm + 90°.
  • Remove camshaft gear locking tool 2 (12) .
  • Fit camshaft bearing cap 9 using a suitable sealant.

NOTE: Camshaft bearing cap bolts MUST only be used once.

  • Tighten camshaft bearing cap bolts to 8 Nm + 90°.
  • Remove camshaft alignment tool and crankshaft alignment tool.
  • Turn crankshaft 2 turns clockwise to TDC on No.1 cylinder 4 .
  • Ensure camshaft alignment tool and crankshaft alignment tool can be fitted 5 , 6 & 7 .
  • Setting camshaft compensation gear tension:
      • Apply a pre-tensioning torque of 0,5 Nm in anti-clockwise direction (15) .
      • NOTE: Camshaft compensation gear bolt MUST only be used once.

Tighten camshaft compensation gear bolt. Tightening torque: 20 Nm + 90° (16) .

 

 

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