[V6-12v] Timing Belt Change
briano_72 at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 23 12:28:08 PST 2008
completely differant car. all you really need to do on those is remove the cooling fan assembly for some added room. the 12v cars always were my favorite to change t-belts on !! on the 100/a6 cars, you didnt have to remove anything !! other than move the a/c hose that runs in front of the crank that is !!
Tom Christiansen <tomchr at gmail.com> wrote: Folks,
For reference: I paid $8-900 at a good German-specialized repair shop for
the timing belt job on my 1994 90S.
You should be able to look up the change interval either on-line or in
On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 8:01 PM, Kent McLean wrote:
> Casimiro Izquierdo wrote:
> > I have other questions concerning my 2002 A6 2.7T twin turbo with about
> 72,000 miles. A service employee told me today that the timing belt in this
> car should be changed at about 60,000 miles. The dealer has told me that
> the mileage for changing the timing belt is between 95,000 and 110,000
> miles. This person also said that in order to change the belt, the entire
> front part of the car has to come off; including the radiator, the grill,
> bumpers, etc. He claims that because of this, the job would cost between
> $2,000 and $3,000. This is the same amount quoted by the dealer.
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