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The MULE 4010 Trans4x4 is built with reliable standard features such as selectable four-wheel drive, Electric Power Steering (EPS) system and a powerful engine equipped with Digital Fuel Injection (DFI®) that works in conjunction with a fully automatic transmission and locking rear differential.
This engine is one of the more straightforward types to time as no unusual or special procedures are required and the belt tension is automatically set by a spring. Because the alignment marks are all available at the front no special holding or setting tools are needed.
The belt replacement and timing procedure will be completely intuitive to any competent person, however it is an interference engine and getting it wrong is likely to cause expensive engine damage.
In this case I feel I must make the comment if you need to ask how to do the job you probably shouldn't be attempting it and make the suggestion you obtain a repair manual for your car or pay someone to do it for you this time so you can observe.