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Timing Belt Replacement Procedure

How do I change the timing belt on my 2001 XG-300? I bought the car with 60K miles on it and it hasn't been done yet. I've done many of these on my Fords over the years but this engine is very different.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    don't use a procedure from a free web site that may be flawed, get a manual, do this wrong and u bend the valves..

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