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pearsma9yk

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broken timing belt
Posted: Mar 14, 2010 8:35 PM
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Just had the timing belt break on my TT 225, can anyone tell me if the bentley repair manual contains valve replacement info and other relevent info. Thanks
RickW

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Re: broken timing belt
Posted: Mar 16, 2010 10:24 AM   in response to: pearsma9yk in response to: pearsma9yk
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Hello

To give you the most accurate answer, I will need your model year and engine.

The Audi TT Service Manual 2000-2006:
http://www.bentleypublishers.com/audi/tt/2000-2006/Audi-TT-2000-2006-Repair-Manual.html

Has a section covering to the cylinder head for the 1.8L engine and a section covering the cylinder head for the 3.2L engine. However, these sections really cover the basics. There is a basic one-page valvetrain assembly diagram for each engine, with parts identification and torque values. There is no detailed rebuild information for the cylinder head.

The eBahn version of the information:
http://www.bentleypublishers.com/audi/tt/2000-2006/Audi-TT-Repair-Manual-2000-2006-eBahn.html

does cover more detailed cylinder head and valve repair and service procedures.

Rick W
Bentley Publishers

pearsma9yk

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Re: broken timing belt
Posted: Mar 16, 2010 6:00 PM   in response to: RickW in response to: RickW
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Hi Rick, Thanks for the help, the year is 2001 and the engine code is BAM the engine is 1.8 20v turbo 225bhp, i have the bentley service manual which is very good but as you say doesnt contain re-build info.
martin
RickW

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Re: broken timing belt
Posted: Mar 17, 2010 9:31 AM   in response to: pearsma9yk in response to: pearsma9yk
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Hello, Martin

May I ask where you are located, and the location where your TT was first sold? I checked the eBahn manual (which contains the full available information from the factory for North American specification models), and I'm not seeing a listing for engine code BAM. The only engine codes listed for a 2001 TT are ATC, AWP and AMU.

As for cylinder head rebuild information, this is generally considered to be beyond the scope of our printed manuals, due to the complexity of the work involved and the tools required.

Rick W
Bentley Publishers
pearsma9yk

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Re: broken timing belt
Posted: Mar 17, 2010 4:51 PM   in response to: RickW in response to: RickW
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Hi, I am in the uk, the car was first registered here in the isle of man.
RickW

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Re: broken timing belt
Posted: Mar 17, 2010 5:02 PM   in response to: pearsma9yk in response to: pearsma9yk
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Hello again

Unfortunately, I would have no way of knowing exactly where the information in the manual differs from that of a UK-specification vehicle.

Rick W
Bentley Publishers
FKH161

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Re: broken timing belt
Posted: Mar 21, 2010 12:35 AM   in response to: RickW in response to: RickW
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Have a look at the Audi Erwin Site:

https://erwin.audi.com/

What's your VIN#? You can do a search using your VIN# to find vehicle specific info.

4 Euro for 1hr of viewing (no printing rights).

The USA Site does not list/cover the BAM engine.

https://www.erwin.audiusa.com/erwin/showHome.do

I would spend 4 Euros and browse the Erwin Site. If you find what you need, pay for a longer subscription (1 day or more) and then print as much as you need.
FKH161

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Re: broken timing belt
Posted: Mar 21, 2010 12:55 AM   in response to: FKH161 in response to: FKH161
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Just checked the Bentley CD... the AMU engine for 2001 is listed at 225HP.

The manual covers head work.

email me and I'll send you a sample PDF, to see if it's the type of info you need.

edit-

Sorry... just realized that Rick already mentioned the AMU reference in the Electronic eBahn Manual.

Edited by: FKH161 on Mar 21, 2010 12:59 AM

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