Subject: Audi Allroad 2.7T Timing Belt Kit
Application: 2001-05 Audi Allroad with 2.7T 6 Cylinder 30 Valve Engine (C5 Chassis)
Part Number: See Below
Release Date: 12/11/2013
Blauparts would like to announce a product update for all BLAU Audi Allroad 2.7T Timing Belt Kits.
As of November 21st, 2013 Blauparts will be offering three timing belt kit options for the Audi Allroad 2.7T engines. We understand that every customer's needs are different. We will be offering a basic, enhanced, and enhanced + kit. Nothing changes regarding the quality of the parts provided, only the amount of comprehensive components included and subsequent pricing.
Also as released on October 15th, 2013 we Blauparts, along with our partner Schaeffler Automotive are pleased to offer INA's preassembled timing belt kit as part of these three timing belt kit options for your 2.7T Audi Allroad.
Blauparts and INA are dedicated to providing true OE quality timing belt components in each of our timing belt kits! INA's timing belt kits feature the highest quality OE manufacturers that have equipped your vehicles assembly lines. Included also are OE specification hardware for the tensioner components.
BLAU Timing Belt Kit Part Numbers:
Enhanced + GH21113-1C
We hope all readers have found this product update informative. Blauparts is a values based company. We hold true to our vision of supplying the highest quality products to our customers and the best customer service. We're confident our customers will be pleased with the quality of our exclusive timing belt kits! We wish to thank all of our loyal customers for their continued support for the past 24 years and feel free to contact us for any other details on our timing belt kits.
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Note: Blauparts recommends that your Audi Allroad 2.7T timing belt replacement service should be done before 80,000 miles.
Note: Just changing the Audi timing belt isnt enough. Why? Most Audi timing belt failures can be caused by worn timing belt tensioners and idlers. By 70-80,000 miles most tensioners and idlers are actually near or at the end of their service life. Audi timing belt tensioners and idlers should always be replaced when installing a new timing belt.
To learn more about your Audi Allroad timing belt replacement service click here.