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Suzuki baleno 2002

Timming belt crash..no run what is the timming positiong or what is the mark in gear to timming

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  • junkmail17 May 11, 2010

    Aerio's don't have timing belts, they have multiple timing chains and should run for 150,000 miles or more before you need to change them

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    Where are the timing marks on a 2001 suzuki jimny

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The problem is else where,they have enclosed t/chain,the belt drives the water pump,altinator,power steering etc.,The engine should be checked by a professional for other problems,should not be driven or run without the drive belt in place.

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