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To make the fan clutch removal easier you can take out the fan blades that are secured with four allen bolts. It is reverse thread so turn the wrench clockwise to loosen it.
You will need some way of holding the pulley while you turn the clutch.
Remove the sensor and install the tool in the same spot. Im at the step where you line up the timing marks to the crankshaft pulley. I think it's 2 turns of the crank for each camshaft revolution. This friggin crank locking bolt location has become a little daunting.
Hi Artem, I had my crank set at DTC and both large holes on sprockets facing each other. Directly under the motor mount is whats appears to be #6 hex plug flush to the block, nothing is attached to it on the outside.
Rotate the crankshaft clockwise until the marks line up.
You will need the camshaft holder (Audi tool 3391), crankshaft lock pin (Audi tool 3242), and the fan clutch removal tool (Schley tool 63600).Access plug is on the driver side bottom of the engine (right under the engine mount). Hi there Dustin, If you do another rotation on the crankshaft the camshafts should line up.Note: The 12V 2.8L (1997 and below) engine has a crankshaft position sensor in that location instead of a plastic plug. The cam pulleys are bigger than the crank pulley, so they turn half as fast.if not what exact parts would i need to buy to get my car running healthly again. Artem, I had to replace the chain guides (plastics) inside the heads and the 1/2 moon gaskets etc etc...the mark on the camshaft have to be dead center on the arrow (stamped in head) or there's some tolerance?Sounds like you will need to replace the serpentine belt tensioner. I used the tool and everything seems to be lined up but somehow they are not perfectly centered either at the beginning or the end and Im not sure if it has to do with the tensioner... and Thank you for this informative page..really appreciated Yes they do but see the lines on the camshaft are a little thicker than the arrows on the head cap...
NOTE: the larger holes should be on the inside and the small holes should be pointing out.