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  1. destrucboy@yahoo.com

    destrucboy@yahoo.com New Member

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    hi i have a bad camshaft in my 06 jetta tdi i need to know if u replace any bearings if so are they pressed in or not and what tools i need
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  2. Seatman

    Seatman Active Member

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  3. chittychittybangbang

    chittychittybangbang Administrator

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    They aren't pressed in, they just lay there and are clamped by the caps. See the article for tools.
  4. destrucboy@yahoo.com

    destrucboy@yahoo.com New Member

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    ok thanks guys theres a colt stage 1 and stage 2 camshaft which one can i use if both whats the difference
  5. Seatman

    Seatman Active Member

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    Theoretically the stage 2 should add a small amount of power but I don't know how much you'd notice. kermatdi sells them, you could ask him for more info.
  6. Colt45

    Colt45 New Member

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    Camshaft failure

    Just wanted to introduce myself and I wasn't sure where. This forum has already been a huge help! I was attempting to leave my wife's 2006 jetta BRM alone, I have enough other projects going on. Unfortunately I have had camshaft failure. Going to do the egr delete while i'm in there. so The question I have is what sensor is causing the low egr flow code? I'm not aware of a delta-p sensor or pressure differential sensor, whats the deal?
  7. chittychittybangbang

    chittychittybangbang Administrator

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    The car knows through MAF and 02 sensor how egr flow is. If you delete it you'll have permanent CEL, must reflash the ECU to remove the light.
  8. Djgaby

    Djgaby New Member

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    2005.5 jetta camshaft replace

    Hello im new on this great forum got quastion just inspected my camshaft today my car got 195777m purchast last month from one owner love this car number 1 got visable weer and Lifter got dish look shoud i replace cam? Or wait for more wheer on other onece. thank you
  9. chittychittybangbang

    chittychittybangbang Administrator

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