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2009 Audi A6 Quattro 3.0L timing chain VIN: WAUSG74F09
hello everyone,I am assembling the cylinder heads on this 2009 A6 three liter.I am a little confused on timing chain installation on the cams. instructions tell you to install driver's side exhaust gear WITHOUT CHAIN to camshaft on the three dowels,then ...
2014 Volkswagen Passat SEL Premium 1.8L Poor Idle Quality, Surge VIN: 1VWCS7A3XE
VW guys and gals I need some help on this Passat. it came in for a rough idle and other tech recommended plugs and 2 coils. well that didn't fix the problem so it came to me. I watched scanner data and noticed that when it was idling rough the cam timing f...
2010 Volvo S80 3.2 3.2L No Start VIN: YV1982AS9A
We have this 10 S80. Customer said it started sputtering and stalled. Towed to the shop this morning and we found no spark. Had a blown fuse due to #2 ignition coil smoked. My question is has anybody seen the computer fail causing the ignition coils to mel...

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2011 Audi Q5 Premium Plus 2.0L Misfire VIN: WA1LFAFP4B
Thank you for all the replies, lots of good information. We pulled off the breather on top of the valve cover, and looked inside, hidden down there was a rocker arm. Pulled off the valve cover and saw the #3 cylinder exhaust rocker arm was off. Closer inspecti... Trouble codes: P0304.
2011 BMW 328i 3.0L valvetrain VIN: WBAPH5G55B
Found the variable valve lift shaft actuator was causing the noise. We replaced it and fixed it. We basically took the head off and looked at everything on the head and everything was fine. We noticed the actuator had a funny wear pattern. That's why we repla...
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