Technical training

Technical training II – practical training

Timing belt replacements on various engines, and expertise on the topic of drive belts

  • Target group: Automobile master technicians – mechanics – trainees
  • Training period: 1 day
  • Participants: approximately 12 – 18 people
  • Training fee: € 189 per participant
  • Location of training: As agreed
  • Catering is included in the price
  • At the end of the training, all participants receive a ContiTech training certificate

Contents of the training

Replacing a timing belt on Audi, Citroën, Ford, Opel, Renault or VW engines (selectable)

  • Toothed belt drive properties
    - Advantages of timing belts compared with chains
    - Requirements for timing belts
  • Timing belt materials/setup
  • Handling timing belts
  • Safety tips
    - Mounting instructions for timing belts
  • Using the belt tension tester
    - Advantages, function and application examples for the tension tester
  • Failure patterns of timing belts
    - Practical depiction and explanation of causes of belt failure
  • Causes of and remedy for damage to timing belts
  • Need for, and use of, water pump kits
  • Water pump setup
  • Damage patterns/avoidance with water pumps
  • Installation and failure patterns for overrunning alternator pulleys
  • Properties and installation of "Elast" V-ribbed belts

Training engines

(For example)

  • Audi 2.5 liter TDI V6
    Distributor pump AKE, built 2000-2005
    CT 1015 K1 + CT 1018K1
  • Citroën Saxo 1.4 liter i 55KW
    KFW, KFX, built 1996
    CT 607 WP1
    BTT
  • Ford Focus 1.4 liter 16 V
    FXJA, FXJB
    2 ELAST belts 6PK1019ELAST T1 + CT881WP1
  • Opel Vectra, Omega, Calibra 2,5i V6
    X25XE
    CT 884 K1/CT 990 K1
  • Renault Twingo 1.2 liter 40 KW
    D4F 702, built 1996
    CT 1045 WP1
  • Volkswagen 2.0 liter TDI 16V Common Rail
    CBDB, built 2008
    CT 1051 K1
Technical training II – practical training

Technical training II – practical training