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DIY: V10 Teardown and Rebuild - Repair of the distribution of a Touareg V10 [Frex]

Hi all,

New to this forum I come Frex,

I love beautiful mechanical rachetter just a Touareg V10 stuck,

My hobby is the mechanics, I just finished a Porsche Boxster and now I am delighted to put together what V10.

I will used the opportunity to share with you this restoration,


I just started removing pictures here,

Deposited using a motor truck with a pallet made hand, but if you can!,
a technique that I was already using it with my classic Porsche 911.





Everything is oversized on this engine,

weight, volume and the place it takes.

Manufacturing a lifting bar on the separation steps to prepare motor / box










Removing the cylinder head first in search of the crash.








Pinion loose in the eyes of the cylinder head!
No doubt a pinion sold in the housing
the reason the time is still imprésise!











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in fact I found a site in Poland or Allegro.pl parts are really cheap,

VW's price distribution module only 5000 € ht! Used to find € 252 shipping included!

One would think that distribution is based solid pinion must think not!

On this first slide with no trace of shock valves, this is a good sign.

To follow the second cylinder head to check.

Here are pictures of the state of the right cylinder head,
we see that the injector and glow plug are spared
some valves are blocked in their homes and in the hydraulic pourssoirs.
I'll see if a little box on Alforville me again.
I would like to keep mine as far as possible.











Removing alternator injection pump, diesel oil filter,



Handmade tool for 360 ° rotation seen in the last setting out the fluid coupling,




Finally sufficiently aligned for removal!






Here it is finally the distribution module is the central gable of the large nut that broke, who knows why?

Well looks like the teeth of the crankshaft has not suffered too much!





Then I removed the sump oil in search of scrap metal,
well I was not disappointed, there were a few pieces and hegemonically big to stay on the bottom of the oil.

Y has to provide the cleaning!






Receipt this morning of Poland's distribution module 07Z109353E of 2007
some parts of this version have been improved compared to my 2003 version
as lubrication pipes that are substantially larger.
to be continued ....

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I look at the documentation for the timing of the distribution module in view of the rest and curiously,
the doc says the timing of the upper part, lower left but not right lower
while I find the same type of graduation mark on the sprocket (red arrow)?

It seems that the timing is symmetrical but when in doubt I ask?




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Hi, not sure what this is useful because setting the module distribution occurs well before the replacement of the two heads?

Here is the valve timing on a V10 Touareg AYH:

http://i49.servimg.com/u/f49/15/89/52/36/calage12.png

Here the timing of the distribution module part of a V10 Touareg AYH:











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Well I returned the engine to attack from below the end of deposition of the distribution module
retirrer and the connecting rod and piston hs, I want to check the crankshaft passage.















The famous light that removes the attachments of hydraulic coupling!






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Preparation of removing the oil pump:








The oil pump:





Removing the lower intermediate housing:





Some remains of filings! :





Removing the plastic card inside:





Removing the distribution module and explore the state of the crankshaft sprocket:





For the balance shaft:







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Removing the piston HS:

Segment

crashed during the shock of the valve:

Combustion

chamber liner or indeme

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Opening the module distrubution to see the origin of the case:



Recovery of all pieces of the broken central pinion:




Teeth of the crankshaft very slightly affected:



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Dismantling and cleaning of the oil pump in search of filings,







Dismantling

and laid bare cylinder head for its repair,

injector pump + wiring, glow plugs,
common rail, hydraulic tappets, camshaft bearing caps.












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