Audi A4 Timing belt repalcement question
I have a 2006 Audi A4 1.8T Cabriolet with 69,000 miles. The recommended 75,000 mile maintenance says to replace the timing belt, yet the service department at 2 Audi dealerships are recommending changing it at 85,000 or 110,000 miles. Any advice??
you bet..if its your baby...change it now...or wait for 110-125 thousand miles... the key question/ answer here is do you believe in preventive maintenance...
timing belt is normaly done at 90,000km Also the thermostate, water pump, tensionsers and pulleys at the same time.
I would say do the timing, thermostat, water pump, tensioners and pulleys at 75k. I waited for the 110k as recommended by the dealer and the last 10-15k of miles leading up to it the car was running a little rough.
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