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Just use tipx or a white marker pen to mark all the sprockets BEFORE you take the t/belt off.replace the new belt with all your white marks in the same place.job done.

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Jan 13, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Can an engine rev when cambelt is taken off?


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To answer your question directly......NO, the engine can not rev when the cambelt is removed, it won't even start. This is virtually impossible for any 4 stroke engine.

i will explain why....... The cambelt connects your camshaft with your crankshaft, when the engine was assembled, the camshaft and crankshaft was turned on the correct alignment marks and the cambelt was fitted. These marks on the cam and crankshaft allows the 4 strokes to happen at the correct time(intake stroke,compression stroke, power stroke and exhaust stroke) If the cambelt had to be removed, there will be serious damage done to your engine, in the first place, the car will not start if the cambelt was removed. the correlation between your camshaft and crankshaft will not correspond and the pistons will hit and damage the valves.

I hope the above description will help you.

Mar 25, 2013 | 2005 Kia Picanto

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I have a Citroen Diesel ZX19 Turbo. It is Very hard to start when cold and takes a two or three goes to start when hot.I have replaced Glow plugs with Bosch ones from a Citroen dealer only a month ago plus...


Did the poor starting coincide with the cambelt change ,as it sounds like you may have a camshaft/fuel pump timing issue.If the pump/camshaft/crankshaft are not locked in place when you change the belt they can easily move a tooth or two.If the problem didnt coincide with the belt change then it might be a fuel problem.

Jun 02, 2011 | Peugeot 405 Cars & Trucks

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Do I chanage water pump when changing timing belt on 2002 lexus GS300?


Hi there,

Most Japanese designed engines have an internally mounted water pump, usually driven by the cambelt.

When we talk in terms of cam design, there are two types of engines: a) Interference and b) non-interference.

An interference egine means - if the cambelt were to break whilst engine is running, there will be major internal engine damage.
A non-interference engine means - if the cambelt were to break whilst engine is running, there will NOT be any serious internal damage to the engine.

Note: the GS300 engine (3.0L 6-cyl) is considered a Non-Interference engine.

So, one of the most critical compenents which MUST be changed, is the cambelt itself. Most manufacturers recommend changing this belt every 90,000 - 100,000km's (80,000 miles). If you have a non-interference engine, this period is not as critical, but should still be changed soon, to avoid the inconvenience of a breakdown whilst travelling.

The 2nd critical compenent is the Water Pump. The worst possible outcome of a failed waterpump, is your engine will suddenly drain of all coolant, resulting in serious overheating, causing serious internal damage to your engine.

Although there is no specified time to change the waterpump, a waterpump endures wear and tear like any component and lifespan can reduce rapidly beyond 100,000km's (80,000 mles). As the waterpump is situated next to the cambelt, it is a general rule to change out both cambelt and waterpump at the same time.

The majority of the cost to replace the cambelt, is in labor (ie opening the engine etc). If you choose to replace only one of these components, you will need to be prepared to pay for same procedure again in future, to replace the 2nd component.

Therefore, it can be more economical in the long term, to have both components changed together.

Hope this helps...


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May 30, 2011 | Lexus GS 300 Cars & Trucks

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The engine is over heating and smoking and a strange sound has been coming from somewher near the cambelt. any help explaining what this could be would be a great help


Sounds like your water pump is locked up and you need to replace this before driving again to prevent internal engine damage

Dec 08, 2010 | 1995 Subaru Legacy

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Fitting new cambelt on a honda civic 1.7d 2003 after cambelt failure need diesel pump timing mark.


You will need a Locking pin kit for timing the Pump to the Engine - and of course detailed instructions so that you do not damage anything - which can cost you quite a bit of money.

I beleive that your engine is an Izuzu. In any event, you will need to use the alignment/Locking pins on the Engine AND the Injector Pump.

Aug 27, 2010 | 2003 Honda Civic

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Corsa 14 it frose due 2 no antifreeze tried 2 start it cambelt not snapped but does seem 2 lock engine will it had damaged valves ? is it worth trying a cambelt ?it a 1996 model 16 valve .


i would say no if it froze then it has poss. cracked the cylinder head and/or block
if the engine locks up then most likely the cylinder has water or ice causing a hydrastatic lock
best advice i can give you is get a used engine
hope this helps

Jan 06, 2010 | 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier

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REPLACING THERMOSTAT FOR AUDI A4 2.8


The thermostaton a 2.8L V6 audi a4 is located behind the cambelt on the driver side. To reach in you need to remove the fornt bumper, slide the radiator upport frame forwards (dont disconnect anything) remove the driver side cambelt cover, SLACKEN the cambelt SLIGHTLY (DO NOT REMOVE IT) then you can slide the thermostat housing out from behind the cambelt followed ny the thermostat.

Jan 01, 2010 | 1997 Audi A4

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How to change a cambelt on an evo 6


u need to get the cama set right and engine locked u really need some 1 that knows what doing alot aof money if udo it wrong or u can try evo lancer forums

Oct 01, 2009 | 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution

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Cambelt and alternator belt


I don't know exactly the engine code but may be this 205 documents can help you.
The alternator belt or ancillary belt need to be removed before you can proceed to cambelt.

ancillary drive belt
http://www.gigasize.com/get.php?d=l541vl4pzbd
cambelt
http://www.gigasize.com/get.php?d=b3pyonwxj1b

Aug 31, 2009 | 1990 Peugeot 405

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