Timing chain failure is very common on 2.0t TSI engines. Both VW and Audi have both timing chain tensioner failure, and timing chain wear or stretch. In this video we will cover how to replace a timing chain on TSI engines, how to properly time a TSI/TFSI engine, how to time the TSI balance shaft chain, the timing chain tools you will need, and more. How To Properly Time and Install Timing Chains on a TSI EngineHow To Properly Time and Install Timing Chains on a TSI Engine #humblemechanic #golfR #VW #MQB
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