Question about 2002 Dodge Stratus
Im replacing the timing belt on my girls car. I replaced the water pump the tensioner and idler pulley while I was at it. But my question is...
Can anyone tell me if this is the correct position of the belt on the cam sprockets. It seems to be riding too close to the rear timing belt cover? I'm afraid that it might prematurely wear.
If its not, how do I adjust so that it rides on the center of the cams. Do I loosen the bolt on the tensioner? Or do I loosen the bolt on the idler pulley. How do I make that adjustment??? Do I need to remove the belt to do that?
Also What is the recommended torque on the tensioner bolt and should I be using LocTight for that bolt?
Thanks Any help will be greatly appreciated!!!!
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