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Old February 12th, 2019, 20:58   #1
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Not sure if this us the right spot but...

I am approaching having to change my timing belt in my 2005 VW Passat wagon tdi and I want yo know what else to do/change once its opened up. I believe the 05 pd engine has some flaws that can be fixed around the time the timing belt gets done....?
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Old February 12th, 2019, 23:15   #2
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Get the whole kit with the water pump and tensioner etc.
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Old February 13th, 2019, 03:32   #3
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I think he's referring to the balance shaft delete.

Kerma tdi on your coast is where I got my timing belt kit and balance shaft delete kit. They sell all oem or oe replacement parts. Prices were fair. I may have saved a few bucks buying each and every item alone from various vendors but i wanted thus knocked out in a weekend so when parts arrived my motor was already on the stand, my coolant, oil, oil filter, permatex gasket maker, drill, tap, locltite and plug was ready to go. I already had vcds on hand. Only specialty tool i used was the crank/cam lock tool cheap from eBay(and vcds for torsion value). I used a grinder with a zip wheel to remove the old crank gear.

I didn't buy a Bentley manual, i paid the 11 bucks or so for the myturbodiesel membership where they have a long how to with pics.

For my 5 speed swap i used Levi Jeffery 5 speed conversion video on youtube.
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Old February 14th, 2019, 06:32   #4
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Besides the timing belt kit, to repair the balance shaft and replace the camshaft will cost more than your car is worth. Do you have enough $$$ to fix this?
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