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How many mileage to change the timing belt of a 1999 Audi a4 v6 2.8 quattro?

May 5th, 2012 · No Comments

I have 1999 audi a4 2.8quattro v6 with a 98,000 mileage already, am wondering if how many mileage do i change the timing belt. i bought this car in 2002 as a used and the warranty was already expired and i don’t have an idea if it has a timing belt or a timing chain.

- It has a timing belt. Read your owners manual it will have the correct schedule for the timing belt. Each auto maker has their own schedule as each uses various quality of belt. Some replace at 40K, some 60K some 80K. So no one schedule fits all makes. There are new belts now that are extended life and if you intend to keep your car I’d go with the extended life belt.

- The Audi’s timing belt should be changed every 90,000 miles. American cars should be changed every 60,000 miles

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