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Renault laguna 1.9 valve change

Cam belt went so need help on removing th ehead and chnaging the valves and timing kit please

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    Duane Morse May 11, 2010

    get yourself either a Haynes or Chilton Manuel on the specific vehicle .also great for future reference

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If the cam belt popped you may not need to pull the head.. See if all you valves come to full height when you turn the cam with a wrench. If they do, you lucked out and none are bent. Change the timing belt and rotate the crank and cam together once everything is in time, and if you can, do a compression test. That will expose any bent vales. If you have compression. recheck your timing belt settings and button it up. Good Luck, Ned

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