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96 isuzu oasis timing belt replacement

Do i need to remove the crank shaft pulley to change the timing belt if not how do i do it

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You dont have to remove the pulley to take out the timing belt. You can use a 1/4th inch ratchet to pull the pulley. Then the belt will come out

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