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1993 Mercury Villager Broken Cam Belt


When you buy a new belt you should have instructions

There is the water pump,pulleys,tensioners also to replace

You can get kits,instuctions & all in one box

You can go to YOU TUBE VIDEO & watch belt replacement

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I have a toyota the need a timing belt


The belt should be replace at 90,000 miles on the V6. The water pump should also be replaced as it is driven by the cam belt. The procedure to replace the belt and water pump is far too complicated to try and explain on this forum. You need photos and detailed instruction. If you wish to tackle this yourself I suggest you purchase a Chilton's repair manual for you car. It will have detailed instructions with photos of how to replace the cam belt and water pump.

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2000 renault clio 1.9Dti si timing setting on cam belt


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Do i need to redo timing? engine was rebuild but didn't touch the timing belt. however, has problem starting.


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Problem starting may be due to improper setup or a mistake or previous problem that existed before you did whatever you did to the engine, so go over everything carefully.
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Quick Question...


its a long process. if automatic with ac you must leave radiator on. whick doesnt give you any room but take off the fan, fan shroud and big pully. remove thermostat, must replace termostat housing gasket! 1.99 at oreillys. remove timing cover and finally the timing belt. you must time it just right or will not start. left cam is INTAKE so the I should be straight up at 12 o'clock you;ll see a notch for each cam, right side is EXHAUST so the E should be straight up at 12 o'clock. move tensioner pully to the left and lock by tightening the bolt. as you hold the intkae cam in place have someone else hold the exhaust cam in place both with right size wrenchs. put timing belt on correctly and keep tension on belt. losen tensioner pully and loc it back in place. put every thing on and start.

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