Question about 2007 Renault Kangoo 1.4
Posted by Anonymous on
Put engine on TDC compression stroke. Remove all that is in the way. Lock cams in place with special tool or use rags on non-machined part of cams. Remove belt tensioner, remove and replace belt per instructions that come with new belt. Install new tensioner, unlock cams, reassemble. For better instructions, buy a cheap shop manual that will have photos and torque specs.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: renault kangoo 1.9d timing belt
the easiest way to do the t belt is to remove the alternato belt, the engine mounting, jack up the engine and remove the covers. the camshaft and cranckshaft pulleys are both marked. the camshaft straight up and the crankshaft straight down..
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
Did one today, assuming drive shaft removed take off large clip from inner boot slide back joint socket comes away leaving the knuckle joint on the shaft remove 19mm circlip and tap knuckle off spline this allows outer boot to come back - easy enough. Not much tubber to secure new clip over boot though especially with all the grease.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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