VW/Audi Timing Chain Tensioner Lawsuit Filed in NJ

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A timing chain tensioner lawsuit has been filed in New Jersey claiming multiple Audi and VW vehicles are at risk of complete engine failure due to a manufacturing defect. The lawsuit accuses Volkswagen of intentionally concealing the defect.

About the Lawsuit

  • The A3 vehicles are equipped with EA888 2.0L TSI engines with engine codes CCTA or CBFA.
  • The remaining Audi vehicles are equipped with EA888 2.0L TFSI engines designated with engine codes CAEB, CAEA, or CDNC.
  • The plaintiff says all the engines with these five codes are versions of the EA888 engine and all use the same timing chain tensioning system"

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