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Old November 23rd, 2010, 15:46   #31
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I see someone has made a pdf for this so you can save it.

http://omahabiofuelscoop.org/references/alh-ip.pdf
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Old June 26th, 2011, 16:13   #32
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Anyone happen to know how similar the procedure is for the B5 (i.e., '05 Passat wagon)? Or know of a relevant replacement how-to? Thanks!

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Old October 28th, 2011, 14:54   #33
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Anybody know the washers part no.?
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Old October 29th, 2011, 03:19   #34
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Anybody know the washers part no.?
I assume you mean the copper washers. They come with the re-manufactured or new IP. Alternatively, if you have the old washers then your best bet is to take them to an auto store (e.g., AutoZone, Pep Boys, Advanced Auto, etc.) and get replacements at the same size. I've done this several times for copper washers. You will not find copper washers at a home improvement store, though perhaps at a local hardware store.
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Old December 6th, 2011, 10:05   #35
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Please note that Posts 1 - 8 of this thread are copyrighted via a Creative Commons 3.0 BY-NC-SA license.




The PDF created by MrErlo at Post Nr. 24 will also be copyrighted. It was his wise suggestion to do this because about 50 people per month have been downloading it pretty consistently for the past year, and there are some document scraping sites that are starting to strip the PDF away from TDIClub, and from the Omaha Biofuels Coop servers where the PDF has been hosted.
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Old December 29th, 2011, 06:39   #36
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I have a 2001 1.9 TDI Jetta in the garage. It died when the guy was driving. I have good fuel going in and out of pump. All timing marks are good, compression is very good. I have injection coming out of the injectors. My question is .......Can the hub on the injection pump have turn? ( The customer ran the car with gas for about 20km 1 month prior to this break down.)

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Old December 29th, 2011, 08:35   #37
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It would probably be best to put your question as a new thread in the TDI101 forum to get answers.
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Old February 27th, 2012, 19:32   #38
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my timming is 80, i have to slow?
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Old February 28th, 2012, 04:44   #39
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my timming is 80, i have to slow?
Your timing is likely retarded, and thus needs adjustment as described above. Rotate the center hub (shaft) slightly clockwise, which will advance the timing.
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 19:59   #40
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Working on this slowly with a 500000+ 2001.

I can't get the timing belt off the injection pump sprocket (edit it's loose, belt is off , but cant clear the following:, the acc belt tensioner is in the way (yours is pictured). Figured I'd ask if it's a really tight fit before getting back into it tomorrow and pulling the acc belt tensioner.

Tensioner is all the way back. Everything is aligned and now un-pinned. Don't know what else to say. Oh, the belt is off the cam sprocket (marked some points before removing just in case), just can't clear it without it seeming like it would cause some stress on the timing belt.

edit: nevermind... wiggle wiggle wiggle with the belt still looped over the sprocket. yay

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Old March 3rd, 2012, 15:32   #41
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I'm glad you figured it out, syntrix, as I didn't see your post until now.
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Old March 3rd, 2012, 16:55   #42
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I'm glad you figured it out, syntrix, as I didn't see your post until now.

Thank you! I've done a ton of 1.8T's, 2.0's, etc....

BTW answer my question here in 101 on the pump gaskets, not o-rings.

I got a leak out of the gasket area, not o-ringed!

Great writeup btw!
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Old March 5th, 2012, 17:12   #43
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I put paint marks on the timing belt and the cam pulley and the injection pump pulley, aka 1.8T style.

I was able to put the injector pump pulley on easily using the mark, with the cam locked, and then verifying the flywheel mark in the tranny. This helped since I didn't have to pull the cam sprocket.

However, I started to panic when a full rotation didn't align the marks, another rotation, no alignment... It appears that the timing belt is not static to the pulleys. I did about 6 rotations of the cam, then verified everything. It's all in check, but the paint marks are off by about 5-6 teeth for some reason....

Don't know why, but it's all in check after those rotations... very unlike the bazillion 1.8T jobs I have done. This is just a new project tdi that I traded for, so let's hope it's working as intended
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Old March 6th, 2012, 00:33   #44
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It appears that the timing belt is not static to the pulleys.
Exactly right. The pulleys (except for crank) have to be loose on their axes so they can do their thing (move back and forth) as the belt is tensioned, whilst the engine is locked down. That is essentially the heart of the tdi job.
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Old March 6th, 2012, 06:42   #45
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with all that time you spent with painting marks and turning it over, you could have just popped the cam gear off and done it right LOL... Seriously it only takes 10 minutes to remove the valve cover and vacuum pump to put the cam lock tool in...
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