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Passat Sedan V6-3.6L (BLV) (2008)

Engine, Cooling and Exhaust > Engine > Camshaft, Lifters and Push Rods > Variable Valve Timing Actuator > Component Information > Service and Repair > Camshaft Adjuster With Timing Chain, Installing > Page 1878

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Count exactly 16 rollers on the timing chain to the right from the tooth with the arrow - 1 - aligning with the notch - 2 -. Mark this roller with a
colored mark.

‹› The camshaft adjuster is locked in the rest position. Therefore the sensor wheel cannot be rotated when adjusting the valve timing. If the locking

mechanism is in its rest position, it is not engaged (locked), then turn the adjuster in both directions by hand until it locks. If that is not possible,
replaced the camshaft adjuster.

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Install the exhaust camshaft adjuster 32A into the camshaft timing chain. The previously counted 16 rollers must lie between the arrow marks 24E
and 32A.

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Place the camshaft adjuster 32A with the camshaft timing chain installed on the exhaust camshaft. Note the following:

‹› The arrow - 1 - on the camshaft adjuster 32A must align with the notch - 2 - on the right side of the control housing. For marks on the control

housing, refer to => [ Control Housing Marks ] See: Cylinder Head Assembly/Testing and Inspection.

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