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2005 TT 225 w timing chain?

Old 11-04-2010, 10:38 PM
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Default 2005 TT 225 w timing chain?

I have just been informed by the service consultant at Audi that, based on my VIN#, my 2005 TT 225 has a timing chain, not a belt. There is no need to replace it, he says. With all I've read and heard, I'm having a hard time believing it, I didn't think there were any chains until 2010. Anyone have any direct experience?
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Old 11-05-2010, 12:03 PM
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We all know that the pre-2010 4 cyl TT's have timing belts. The service rep at Audi punched in the wrong VIN# and came up with a 3.2 6cyl which does have a chain. Mystery solved
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