Go here http://www.audiworld.com/tech/eng.html and look at the timing belt
change article. That will give you some idea. You do not need to strip the
rads etc like he did, just move the "lock-carrier" forward to get enough
I did the timing belt on my 1.8T a few weeks ago. Took about 4 hours. I
expect you can do the drive belt in 2-3 hours.
Isn't the serpentine belt the accessory drive belt which is different than
the timing belt? I have no clue how to change either one on any car built
after 1980 but I've always used the term serpentine belt to describe the
accessory drive belt.
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