When nearing a timing belt and Audi water pump replacement (60,000 - 90,000 miles), many owners carefully research different Audi timing belt kits and the individual components. If you've researched Audi water pumps at all, you may have noticed a controversy regarding metal impellers and plastic impellers. We discuss symptoms of a worn or bad Audi water pump. What are the symptoms of a defective water pump? Did you recently install a new water pump and are now experiencing problems? What causes an Audi water pump to fail early? Do you want your Audi water pump to last 60,000 to 90,000? Common concerns and questions regarding Audi water pumps are addressed and explained.
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• Blauparts Audi water pump replacement 'Service Bulletin' pdf.
• Diagram and functions of an Audi water pump.
• Audi water pump replacement intervals.
• Basic overview of how to change or replace an Audi water pump.
• How to prevent your water pump from premature failure and leaking.
• Symptoms of a bad Audi water pump.
A New Standard - Gen II BLAU® Audi Timing Belt Kits
Our Mission: To Provide Official O.E. Brands of Critical Timing Components
In our 25 years of service shop experience, we've installed nearly every manufacturer of timing belt, water pump, and tensioner. We've also listened to customer's demands and understand that discerning Audi owners want the same official O.E. part they'd get from the dealer, only at a more reasonable price. Elevation of our company values won't allow us to sell lesser quality timing belt parts. You'll find absolute O.E. quality parts, supplied by reputable and official O.E. manufacturers, in every one of our new Gen II BLAU Audi Timing Belt Replacement Kits!
Blauparts' Partner Schaeffler Group - INA Official O.E. Supplier
Like many other resellers, we used to source many of our timing belt and tensioner parts from large warehouse distributors. That has now changed! Blauparts is pleased to announce our partnership with Schaeffler Group Automotive, one of Germany's and Europe's largest industrial automotive companies who have been manufacturing timing belt components under the official Original Equipment (O.E.) INA brand for decades. Partnership with an O.E. manufacturer means Blauparts can ensure absolute quality control through a direct supply chain. >> Read more about Schaeffler.
What Does Gen II (Generation II) Mean?
Gen II BLAU Audi Timing Belt Replacement Kits include crucial components that are made by official OE manufacturers; the same manufacturer that made the timing belt and tensioners that were supplied on your vehicle on the assembly line. We understand that every customer's needs and budget are different. Gen II BLAU Audi Timing Belt Replacement Kits are offered three different ways: a basic, enhanced, and enhanced + (plus) kit. Nothing changes regarding the O.E. quality of the parts provided, only the amount of comprehensive components included and subsequent pricing.