Mercedes Benz – Camshaft Adjuster, VVT Faults and Timing Chain Faults

Background Mercedes-Benz is one of the most well-known auto manufacturers in the world and continues to rival other automotive giants with their durability and German engineering. Unfortunately, all cars have their shortcomings and failure points. For Mercedes, the camshaft adjuster solenoid (sometimes called the "oil control valve") is one part that prematurely fails. What is a Camshaft Adjuster Solenoid/Oil Control Valve? As part of the variable valve timing (VVT) system, the camshaft adjuster solenoid is responsible for allowing the oil to adequately flow through the VVT system. The VVT system engages in delivering extra power to the vehicle when it’s traveling under added stress, such as [...]

By | July 23rd, 2019|Case Studies|Comments Off on Mercedes Benz – Camshaft Adjuster, VVT Faults and Timing Chain Faults

Audi and VW Timing Chain Problems – Good News – We Can Correct For Once And All!

We Can Help! Atlantic Motorcar has extensive experience with correcting problems on the Audi and VW engines which have experienced timing chain issues. If you have been given the bad news of a timing chain problem on your Audi or VW, give us a call, and visit us for a Free Second Opinion. We offer 6 Months To Pay and Complimentary Loaner Cars during the service process.  We know that we can save you money, and beat the dealer cost, as we know that you'll be delighted with our service, and a customer for life! Issues with timing chains are common [...]

By | March 14th, 2019|Case Studies|Comments Off on Audi and VW Timing Chain Problems – Good News – We Can Correct For Once And All!

Volkswagen 2.0 TSI Timing Chain Failures

VW and Audi 2.0T TSI Engines had some issues relating to the lower timing chain tensioner.   This includes both CCTA, CBFA, CAEB and CPMA engines from 2008-2015.  On this model these was an early version of this tensioner that may fail losing its hydraulic tension. When the 2.0T TSI Timing Chain Tensioner Fails it can cause the intake or exhaust valves to contact the piston while the engine is running.  If this happens you will need the cylinder head to be removed and the valves to be replaced.  At this time you would also need to verify there was no further [...]

By | January 31st, 2017|Case Studies|Comments Off on Volkswagen 2.0 TSI Timing Chain Failures