Question about 2003 Audi A6
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 03, 2009
SOURCE: camshaft sensor
Do you know if the engine timing is correct? If you get the timing a tooth out you very similar issues, has the cambelt been replaced recently - or is it over due??
Another posibility is the cam chain adjuster. This is oil pressure fed and I think controled by a solnoid, it applies a force between the chain that drives the inlet camshaft from the cambelt driven exhaust camshaft. (Making any sense? Let me know if you want me to simplify) This operating correctly advances and retards the valve timing, when faulty it can make it incorrect. Non start is a fault caused, but more often they become very noisey.
The cam chain adjuster is fed oil when the car is started, you can breifly here it before it has reached operating pressure on normal start up, sounds like a diesel knock for a second, then goes, this is normal. If it continues, its more than likely faulty.
Let me know if you want any more info. If the sensor and wiring is good you'll probably have a timing issue.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: audi A6 door mirror
roll down the window. and take the interior panel off. on the inside of the door at the morror there is a plastick cover that clips out(remove it) there is foam on the iside remove that aswell. you sould see a bolt or a skrew once loose the mirror will come out. while loosening it hold the mirror in your free hand they some times just fall off.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
its not hard to fix.but you going to have to move some things to get to it. you will need a haynes repair manual.it will show you photos and instructions how to replace it.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
The camshaft position sensor is located behind timing belt cover in front of engine.Remove cover, sensor is visable in top right hand corner.Unplug, remove 2 10mm bolts.Reinstall,plug back up,reinstall cover,crank engine.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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