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Please tell me the tension required for refitting head on toyota 5K engine thanks erwin

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Always check the timing marks before timing belt removal Removal Disconnect the battery Remove the radiator upper hose Remove the fuel filter unit Note: Do not disconnect the hoses carniv_j3tci_t_dba_uk_3.gif
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Remove the bracket Remove the right front wheel Remove the air-conditioning drive belt Remove the ancillary drive belt Remove the ancillary drive belt tensioner Remove the coolant pump pulley Remove the crankshaft pulley Remove the timing cover(s) kj_t_dba_uk_6.jpg
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Fit the tensioner kj_t_dba_uk_3.gif
Adjust the tensioner kj_t_dba_uk_1.gif
Align the marks on the tensioner Tighten the tensioner (23.5 Nm) Rotate the engine 2 rotations by hand kj_t_dba_uk_6.jpg
Align the timing marks kj_t_dba_uk_8.gif
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