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HOW TO INSTALL A TIMMING BELT ON1991 VOLVO740

I WAS DRIVING DOWN THE ROAD CAR ACTED LIKE IT WAS LOOSING POWER AND SUDENLY DIED CHECKED THE FUEL FILTER AND FUEL PUMP EVERYTHING WAS GOOD I WAS TOLD TO CHECK THE TIMMING BELT AND SURE ENOUGH IT JUMED TIME BUT NOW THE QUESTION IS HOW TO INSTALL A NEW TIMMING BELT

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  • jomackie24 Jan 01, 2009

    need to know the diagram showing now to replace ti

  • Rabindra Robinson May 11, 2010

    oh i could write you a whole book on how to do this Job but have you already resolved it please let me know

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REMOVED ALL BELTS, WATER PUMP FAN, SHROUD AND PULLEY.
REMOVE TIMING COVER REMOVE CRANK SHAFT PULLEY.
. PUT ENGINE IN TOP DEAD CENTER SO YOU CAN SEE TIMING MARKS. REVERSE PROCEDURE. GOOD LUCK

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