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Old December 22nd, 2008, 12:51   #46
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Not to clutter this thread, however, could someone post a detailed diagram of the BS assembly? I am curious to understand more about the parts involved.
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Old December 22nd, 2008, 13:11   #47
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Those diagrams have been posted in the other threads, and there are several pictures as well.
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Old December 22nd, 2008, 17:53   #48
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Those diagrams have been posted in the other threads, and there are several pictures as well.

Well I found this on this page on the other thread by MoGolf, I would love to see what part#/description each of the numbers are associated with (on the Bill of Material) then using the new parts list for the module I can cross reference to see all of the parts we are talking about. I am guessing its parts 1-> 4...18->28. There is no chain so I am guessing this is pretty close to the new BHW BS module.

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Old December 22nd, 2008, 18:05   #49
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There is a detailed parts list in MOGolf's pdf document on the procedure. Much of it is hardware. The 3 main pieces are the 'housing' (which is the BS module with oil pump) and 2 gears. Everything else is hardware, and the front crank seal.

All the parts in question that get replaced are in that picture basically. But that is NOT a picture of a BHW engine. But it is the same basic layout.
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Old December 22nd, 2008, 19:19   #50
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The equivalent parts of 1, 2, and 18-32 in that picture are covered in the parts list in the PDF. There is no 3-4 for the BHW module. The new BS module includes 1, the equivalent parts of 18-24 (oil pump and its pick up), and 27-31. The various sized bolts (2 and 26), and gears (25 and 32) are listed separately.
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Excellent, thank-you guys. I finally got around to looking at the PDF, we all appreciate the work you guys have done.
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What I think we should start is a list of people who are qualified (ie gurus) who have the technical experitise who can replace the oil pump chain with the oil pump gear assembly. We all know that Oilhammer and MoGolf have done the procedure and are of course fully qualified. As folks get 'em fixed, we should make a note of who really knows how on earth to get this operation done properly. I don't think it would be out of the way to make it a sticky or something on that order.
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Old December 22nd, 2008, 22:49   #53
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I was thinking Jason TDI.
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Old December 24th, 2008, 13:49   #54
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I updated the PDF with minor revisions. Reduced picture size of BS module installed to properly fit the page, included pictures of T10053 seal installer and 3393 subframe alignment pins.

Noted that I need to get pictures of using these tools.
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Mine has *noise* at 54K. My friend's 2005 TDI Passat wagon in Connecticut has *noise* at 31K. This is all over the park with respect to chain/tensioner wear and noise.
Can anyone describe what the said noise sounds like? My 04 has 78k on it so far...been a decent car so far with only a few things while under warranty... motor mounts, AC relay...and then alternator went out after warranty. I'm wondering if I too will have the bs problem.

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Old December 26th, 2008, 08:50   #56
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Refer to the other threads.
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Old December 26th, 2008, 18:51   #57
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Edit to add:
World IMPEX has put together a kit price of the parts for those of you who are unable to get to oilhammer for help.
Geared Balance shaft module kit

I have no association with the company.
Cool. A question: How much would purchase of all the machined special service tools cost? I could not find the tool with part# 3359 at www.metalnerd.com. Is the cost high enough to entertain the idea of 'renting' the tools for shipment from anyone who has them already?
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http://www.metalnerd.com/cat14.htm Second from the bottom (as of this posting).

I personally won't rent tools to anyone. The total cost of tools listed (not counting the usual sockets, wrenches, Torx bits, XZN bits, engine support, oven, blocks of wood, and heat resistant gloves) is in the neighborhood of $600 (plus or minus a few) plus shipping and tax (where applicable) and depending on sources.
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Oilhammer: Is the kit sold by World Impex (IMPEX SKU # 935619) that you refer to in your original post, the same kit sold thru dealers? Or is it separately sourced, so as to not depend on VWOA's stocking strategy?
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FYI: World Impex Kit:

IMPEX SKU # 935619
BHW MODULE REPAIR KIT


Included In Kit
03G 103 295 Q differential case with gears, shafts and oil pump
03G 105 212 C replacement gear for crankshaft
03G 103 305 C balance shaft drive gear
4- N 911 213 01 bolts to attach balance shaft drive gear
5- N 106 014 02 balance shaft bolts
N 910 512 01 balance shaft bolt
N 911 234 01 bolt for balance shaft front near drive gear
N 909 775 02 bolt for balance shaft front near oil pump
038 103 085 E crankshaft seal
045 105 229 crankshaft pulley bolt
2 -N 908 897 01 bearing cap bolts


I have an e-mail into them to see if they actually have all of the above in stock (I hear otherwise).
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