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

Engine, Cooling and Exhaust > Engine > Timing Components > Timing Chain > Component Information > Service and Repair > Primary Chain, Installing

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Timing Chain: Service and Repair
Primary Chain, Installing

Primary Chain, Installing

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)

‹› Adjustment Tool (T10332) (Without a mechanical vacuum pump)

‹› Adjustment Tool (T10363) (With a mechanical vacuum pump)

‹› Sealant (D 176 501 A1)

Requirements

‹› Transmission removed

‹› Drive plate removed

‹› Oil pan removed

‹› Sealing flange removed

‹› Cylinder head cover removed

Procedure

CAUTION!
When doing any repair work, especially in the engine compartment, pay attention to the following due to clearance issues:

‹› Route all lines and wires in their original locations.

‹› Make sure the wires have enough clearance to all moving or hot components.

‹› The adjustments required depend on how far the engine has been stripped down. The oil pan may be installed only after the sealing flange has been

installed.

Install the Primary Chain and Chain Tensioner with Tensioning Rail

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Set the crankshaft to Top Dead Center (TDC) for cylinder 1. The milled tooth on the crankshaft sprocket - arrow - must align with the bearing cap
seam.

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