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Full service kit, originally bought for 55 plate Skoda Fabia 1.9TDI but will fit almost all TDI Polo, Ibiza, Fabia 1.4-2.0 2002-2009, please check the links below for your specific car.
Cambelt kit inc pulleys, ribbed belt, 2x oil filters, air filter, oil, new sump plug and a pair of wiper blades
Cambelt kit will fit almost any VAG TDI of that generation.
Gates Cambelt Kit K055569XS complete belt kit with tensioners / rollers:
Gates 6PK1183 ribbed accessory belt
MANN C 2295/3 Air Filter
MANN HU719/7x Oil Filter
Also another "halford brand" oil filter and sump plug bolt with washer.
5Litres Quantum Platinum 5w40 fully synth oil
Will split if someone wants the cambelt kit alone for their TDI car in another chassis.
Paid over £150 for this lot, but traded the car in the end.
I'm considering doing this myself but, although there are good Youtubes on other models, can't find a procedure specific for the Yeti. I'm mostly unsure about how to get to the engine bracket to remove it (and supporting the engine once it's gone).
I can here people scorn as they read this.
However. i have just had my cambeltchanged at Murry Skoda in Plymouth after i believe 137k.
I bought the car in 2012 with 55k on the clock and have no evidence that it hasever been changed.
I being an engineer am very impressed with the state of the belt with only 1 5mm bit of fraying on the whole belt.
Im pretty certain this shows that genuine parts are the only parts that should be fitted.
The car does feel a whole lot better too after the new kit. quieter smoother and definitely more oomph. maybe a psychological change on my part but at least now i dont have to be all gently gently.
BTW i dont suggest anybody ever goes outside the recommended change times.
Hi all is this an ok diy job ? I have done lots of work on my own cars over the years and am tempted but to be honest unit 18 gave a good quote and probably only saving 150 after taking into account the time and hassle, many of you done your own ?