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Re: Questions about 90K mi. service on '89 90Q
You will want the tools for the front pulley and front crank seal, this can
be really tough without them (though do-able with creativity). This answers
the holding of the balancer issue also. For suggestion of other items check
the list at http://home.gci.net/~eurocar/Full.htm (this list is suitable for
all vehicles, just drop the items which do not apply). If hard to read,
download Excel file http://home.gci.net/~eurocar/Files/SERVICE2.XLS
----- Original Message -----
From: mstocker <email@example.com>
To: Quattro List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 1999 3:38 PM
Subject: Questions about 90K mi. service on '89 90Q
> I am preparing for my 1989 90Q's 90,000 mi. service and I
> have a few questions ...
> Planning to replace the following:
> - timing belt
> - timing belt idler pulley
> - water pump/gasket
> - ignition wires, coil, cap, rotor & plugs
> - aux. drive belts (alt, ps, a/c)
> - crank front oil seal
> - fuel filter
> - air filter
> - all fluids, except power steering
> - Is there anything else I need to take care of?
> - Are there any special tools required to do above?
> - Is it worth while to rent a tool set from
> - When removing/installing harmonic balancer, how do you
> the engine from turning while torquing bolts?
> Michael Stocker <email@example.com>
> '89 90Q '96 A4Q