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Opel Corsa timing belt replacement

Replacing the cam belt and need to know exact timing positioning of the crank and cams

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You need to find the timing marks on both crank and cam pulleys, set it, then take of the belt ane dont let any pulley move! Put on new belt and set the tension of the belt.

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