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Cam belt How hard is to change the cam belt, also how long for some one who as a good idea what there at

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Petrol or diesel its easier to remove bumper and pull the front end forward about 6 or 7 inches and should take 2 or 3 hours

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support engine. remove coolant reservoir. remove serpentine belt. remove serpentine belt tensioner. remove bolts from mount. carefully raise engine up and move mount out of the way.(hard to explain and this is hard to do you have to have the engine in the perfect position and whatnot) remove the top plastic cover. with 19mm socket rotate engine clockwise until hole in cam lines up with hole in head. insert vw special tool to hold cam. remove the 4 6mm bolts on crank pulley. remove plastic covers. with white paint, mark belt to cam and belt to crank. loosen tensioner. remove belt. transfer marks to new belt. strongly suggest replacing water pump. reinstall t-belt. put the tensioner somewhat tight. rotate the engine fully twice. loosen tensioner bolt and adjust to perfect tension using needle and v-groove on adjuster. install is reverse of removal.

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Do I have to change my timing belt when I replace the water pump on my 98 Ponitac Grand am 2.4 Liter Twin Cam Engine


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Its not a real hard job get a manual first . make sure every thing is lined up correctly draw a pic where all the marks are.

replace the idler and tentioner as well Gates do a good kit.
Check to see if the cam and crank seals are leaking do them at the same time. Dont break the idler bolt.

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