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2.0L TDI Balance Shaft/Oil Pump Mod. Options
Hendrick
#1 Posted : Monday, July 12, 2010 6:41:50 PM Quote
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There has has been a lot of questions as of late regarding the balace shaft module upgrade.
we will outline the basic proceedure here using this 2005 Passat BHW TDI as an example....lets begin!



Front clip removed for easy access.


Subframe will have to be dropped to gain access to remove oil pan.


Oil pan removed.


...well what's all the fuss about..well, here's our problem. The chain guide has broken free from where it should be mounted
(as indicated by the screw driver)




The old chain drive assembly removed...junk!


Next on the list is the removal of the old chain drive crankshaft sprocket...this is quite difficult even with the proper pullers etc.



Here is our old gear (expect to remove it in a few pieces) right, and our new direct drive gear left.


Here we are heating the new gear to be pressed on to the crankshaft


Installed


Our NEW balance shaft/oil pump unit installed.


Next the lash is set by the movement of this gear.


.......TO BE CONTINUED
Hendrick
#2 Posted : Wednesday, July 14, 2010 8:47:46 PM Quote
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...Ok, let's finish up!

There will never be a better time to replace our timing belt, tensioner,roller,seals, and water pump (remeber to always use a new stretch bolt to fasten the crank gear!)



Next we will apply a coat of sealer to our oil pan...remeber, there is such a thing as too much sealer....we have removed countless
pans where too much sealer was applied and the excess sealer will be found clogging up the oil pump pick-up screen!Bored






Install front clip etc..



...and that's it boys and girls...hope you have enjoyed!BigGrin
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