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deziking
07-25-2013, 04:00 PM
Hello,
I just purchased this beast here has 141k http://i39.tinypic.com/2s1np5j.jpg

Very clean inside and out only problem I noticed is that start up/ idle I get rattle by the timing chain in the rear of the engine. I hooked up the vag com this is my results:

Sunday,10,February,2013,16:39:21:60253
VCDS Version: Release 11.11.5
Data version: 20121222


Readiness Status: 0110 1101
Exhaust Gas Recirculation: Passed
Oxygen Sensor Heating: Failed or Incomplete
Oxygen Sensor(s): Failed or Incomplete
Air Conditioning: Passed
Seconday Air Injection: Failed or Incomplete
Evaporative Emissions: Failed or Incomplete
Catalyst Heating: Passed
Catalytic Converter(s): Failed or Incomplete


Thursday,25,July,2013,12:58:47:60253
VCDS Version: Release 11.11.6
Data version: 20121223



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Address 01: Engine Labels: 06B-906-018-AWM.clb
Control Module Part Number: 4B0 906 018 CH
Component and/or Version: 1.8L R4/5VT G 0001
Software Coding: 16251
Work Shop Code: WSC 06435
VCID: 69D38DF81392BF50975
2 Faults Found:

18010 - Power Supply Terminal 30
P1602 - 35-10 - Voltage too Low - Intermittent
16395 - Bank 1: Camshaft A (Intake)
P0011 - 35-10 - Retard Setpoint not Reached (Over-Advanced) - Intermittent

Readiness: 0000 0000

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Address 08: Auto HVAC Labels: 8D0-820-043-1D.lbl
Control Module Part Number: 8D0 820 043 P
Component and/or Version: A4 KLIMAAUTOMAT D58
Software Coding: 00140
Work Shop Code: WSC 06435
VCID: 2D5B39E8E7FA6370BBD
1 Fault Found:

00792 - A/C Pressure Switch (F129)
31-00 - Open or Short to Ground

Main concern I saw was the P0011 - now how bad is this, can I just remove and replace the camshaft tensioner from outside or is it even possible? I've done timing belt on 1.8t before but haven't changed this tenstioner before, when vehicle gets to operating temp idle makes rattling noise. Do I need to do the timing belt to replace this tensioner?

chris164935
07-25-2013, 04:35 PM
You can change the tensioner without having to do the timing belt setup. I believe you unbolt the intake camshaft. Just make sure that you re-align the camshaft markings to the head and the correct spacing between the chain is counted (16 pins). It's best to turn the engine by hand until the timing belt markings and markings on the camshafts line up (the camshafts have markings on the chain side that should line up with markings on the cam cap). Obviously, the first method would not require you to put the front end into "service mode". But, if the timing belt setup has not been done recently, then, it would be best to do that as well. However, I would recommend that, even if you do not replace the timing belt setup, you at least check to make sure that all the timing marks still line up (the cam gear to the valve cover and the crank pulley to the timing belt cover) as this could also trigger the P0011 code.

deziking
07-25-2013, 05:07 PM
You can change the tensioner without having to do the timing belt setup. I believe you unbolt the intake camshaft. Just make sure that you re-align the camshaft markings to the head and the correct spacing between the chain is counted (16 pins). It's best to turn the engine by hand until the timing belt markings and markings on the camshafts line up (the camshafts have markings on the chain side that should line up with markings on the cam cap). Obviously, the first method would not require you to put the front end into "service mode". But, if the timing belt setup has not been done recently, then, it would be best to do that as well. However, I would recommend that, even if you do not replace the timing belt setup, you at least check to make sure that all the timing marks still line up (the cam gear to the valve cover and the crank pulley to the timing belt cover) as this could also trigger the P0011 code.

Yes sir I also read this http://forums.fourtitude.com/showthread.php?3329618
but when I popped the top 2 clips off the timing cover the belt was riding all of it but about less then 1" off the pulley. I was able to push the belt with my hands but came back to same position. There is no diy on this is there just to replace the tensioner? I feel like the belt was done not to long ago but causing the chain to be loose is causing the timing belt to not ride all the way through. Does this make sense?

deziking
07-26-2013, 07:50 AM
Looks like there was a tsb on this says it's normal per tsb.

Do not replace the camshaft tensioner or camshaft adjuster for a noise concern.
Replacing the tensioner or adjuster will not eliminate this noise.
Reference # Group 15, No 08-16 (2010294/5) Date issue: November 21, 2008.
So now what?

deziking
07-26-2013, 07:58 AM
EDIT: Also want to state that after clearing the code and setting the monitors cel is on as of right now....... I guess this is a normal situation. I will do the oil change and 0-30 per mitchell and see if that improves? Since the actuator is used from the oil pressure at the sump pump?