[Vwdiesel] TDI Timing Tools
vwdieselbunny at yahoo.com
Wed May 23 00:23:15 EDT 2007
If I don't want to do the trial and error thing (which
is all I could really find in the Bentley, BTW, stupid
Bentley) does my dial gauge that I've got for the old
1.6 work? Or do I need a different adaptor/dial
--- James Hansen <jhsg at sasktel.net> wrote:
> You can set it exactly as if you would set the older
> pumps David.
> It gets the pump in the correct range almost every
> time that way. The
> electronics don't get to alter the delivery timing,
> that you still set,
> and is fairly critical, just you can check it with
> vag-com to see if it
> is in the right spot or not.
> you can use just the pin, and check it trial and
> error fashion if you
> like, at least you can see the results... but the
> dial indicator is
> usually spot on the first time.
> Here's a good spot of tools:
> this guy has been good.
> zdmak specialty automotive tools.
> David Cook wrote:
> > I am going to replace the timing belt on a
> > Jetta 4 TDI soon.
> > We are looking at buying the proper tools to do
> > job and I was wondering about the pump timing
> > Is there a tool to set the pump timing like the
> > diesels? I know that the computer controls it to
> > extent, but I thought that it still had to be set
> > the right range to work correctly. Or, is the
> > sprocket locking pin sufficient to do this
> > it close enough?
> > Thanks,
> > David
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