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    Try to turn Crankshaft pulley to TDC position go wrong

    Hi,.

    i was turn crankshaft pulley to TDC position on 1.8 TSI engine i was able to turn it over and over again but after several turn maybe 4 turn or more, the crankshaft pulley won't turn completely anymore the pulley moving to clockwise and counterclockwise but not completely.


    The car was run ok.,

    Engine 1.8 TSI
    Transmission DSG 7 speed

    What is the cause of the problem? And what i can do!


    any help would be appreciated

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    Re: Try to turn Crankshaft pulley to TDC position go wrong

    You're supposed to remove the spark plugs before turning the crank by
    hand. This way there is no compression, thus no resistance, so you can get
    to TDC much easier. Plus you can even see the piston up at DTC
    on Cylinder #1 without the plugs in, besides any timing marks.

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    Re: Try to turn Crankshaft pulley to TDC position go wrong

    Quote Originally Posted by 2013Tdi View Post
    You're supposed to remove the spark plugs before turning the crank by
    hand. This way there is no compression, thus no resistance, so you can get
    to TDC much easier. Plus you can even see the piston up at DTC
    on Cylinder #1 without the plugs in, besides any timing marks.
    there is nothing to hold the compression, all spark plug has been removed

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    Re: Try to turn Crankshaft pulley to TDC position go wrong

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