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Hi how replace fan belt on a daihatsu sirion - Sirion Daihatsu Cars & Trucks

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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I assume you are changing the timing belt. I am a mechanic and although not familiar with your vehicle, you would usually locate the timing mark on the bottom pulley and line this up. Careful not to turn the engine over too hard as pistons can strike valves. then you should look for similar marks on the camshaft pulley[s], and line these up. Then fit belt. This has to be tensiond correctly which is important. Hope this helps. Mike the bike01.

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 Daihatsu Sirion

Your engine is probably an EJ-DE twin cam 12 valve.

Generally Daihatsu belts have marks on them that line up with dimples on the sprockets for the intial phasing. You rotate the engine to top dead centre on No1 piston and install the belt from there. The cams should be not be putting any pressure on the intake and exhaust valves of No1 when phased correctly.

Posted on Oct 10, 2008

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Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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SOURCE: where is cam belt situated on daihatsu sirion

THERE IS NO CAM BELT , THE TIMING BELT IS TURNED BY THE CAMSHAFT , THE POWER STEERING IS POWERD BY THE CRANKSHAFT PULLY WHICH ALSO POWERS THE ALTERNATOR,

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Engine room black box near the batteri, has the fuses if i recall correctly.

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DO IT YOURSELF... It IS fiddly but perfectly do-able.. easiest way to do it is to remove plastic 'dirt shield' from driver's side inner wing (next to drive shaft and brake line) obviously wheel removed, or rotated is ok.. removal of modern plastic 'tat' is simple (area of cylinder head) allowing as much finger access as possible..not much room down the side of these puppies!! Next you need to de-tension the 'serpentine' belt BUT I WOULD RECOMEND DRAWING BELT & PULLEY SET UP FIRST or taking several photos.. as a reminder of if belt goes over or under (makes sense when you see it) Use blunt engineer's screwdriver (or any blunt long driver, rod, etc) to help push and pull old and new belt about.. REMEMBER TO RE-TENSION THE TENSIONING PULLEY...BUT DONT OVER DO IT!! THE BELT WILL TIGHTEN EVEN MORE AFTER SHORT RUN IN.. ALLOW SLIGHT DEFLECTION.. 6 to 10mm should do... cleanliness is the key really, as with all engine jobs(!) Allow 2hrs to do... if you've never done before... ok?

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Where is cam belt situated on daihatsu sirion. Is it adjacent to the fan belt?. Would the cam belt affect the power steering?


THERE IS NO CAM BELT , THE TIMING BELT IS TURNED BY THE CAMSHAFT , THE POWER STEERING IS POWERD BY THE CRANKSHAFT PULLY WHICH ALSO POWERS THE ALTERNATOR,

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Your engine is probably an EJ-DE twin cam 12 valve.

Generally Daihatsu belts have marks on them that line up with dimples on the sprockets for the intial phasing. You rotate the engine to top dead centre on No1 piston and install the belt from there. The cams should be not be putting any pressure on the intake and exhaust valves of No1 when phased correctly.

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