2002 audi A4 died died on the road

Asked by Dec 14, 2013 at 12:00 AM about the Audi A4

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

it was making a contineous tickling noise called mechanic said bring it down will look at it
on the way it died down looking for a reason

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did the tick seem to be going with your rpms? getting louder or faster the higher the engine revved? also how did the car die? did it seem to make alot of noise and lock up or just simply turn off.

oh there was a reason all right...recommend that you pull the front timing cover off and look at the timing marks~ if you're lucky this will be a non-interference motor and you just can change the broken belt or chain~

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tickling sound like ha ha ha ha stop doin' that?~

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