Volkswagen Workshop Manuals
Eos (1F7) V6-3.2L (BUB) (2008)
Engine, Cooling and Exhaust > Engine > Timing Components > Timing Chain > Component Information > Service and Repair > Camshaft Adjuster With Camshaft Timing Chain, Installing > Page 2187
Tighten the M8 bolts - item 8 -=> [ Bolt ] See: Balance Shaft Chain/Service and Repair to 23 Nm and tighten the M6 stud bolt - item 2 -=> [ Stud
Install the chain tensioner for the camshaft timing chain and tighten it to 40 Nm.
Rotate the crankshaft twice in engine rotation direction and check the valve timing again. Refer to => [ Vehicles through 11.08 ] See: Cylinder
‹› After rotating the crankshaft, the copper colored chain links no longer align with the adjuster marks.
Install the cylinder head cover and the intake manifold. Refer to => [ Cylinder Head Cover ] See: Cylinder Head Assembly/Valve Cover/Service
Vehicles from 12.08
Special tools, testers and auxiliary items required
‹› Camshaft Bar (T10068 A)
‹› Counter-Holder Tool (T10069)
‹› Torque Wrench (5-50 Nm) (V.A.G 1331)
‹› Torque Wrench (40-200 Nm) (V.A.G 1332)
‹› Sealant (D 176 501 A1)
‹› Route lines of all types (for example, fuel, hydraulic, Evaporative Emission (EVAP), coolant, refrigerant, brake fluid and vacuum)
and electrical wiring so that the original path is followed.
‹› To prevent damage to the lines, make sure there is sufficient clearance to all moving or hot components.
‹› The following procedure is only possible with the engine removed and is only described that way. The adjustments required depend on how far the
engine has been disassembled. The oil pan is removed and must only be installed after installing the sealing flange.
Installing the Timing Chain and Chain Tensioner with Tensioning Rail for the Intermediate Shaft
Set the crankshaft to Top Dead Center (TDC) cylinder 1. To do so, the milled crankshaft drive sprocket tooth - arrow - must align with the
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