Question about 1996 Geo Tracker 2 Door
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Posted on Oct 22, 2009
No it is fairly simple if you have any mechanical ability at all. Buy you a repair manual at your local auto parts store, it tells you step by step how to replace it. Just be sure to get the timing mark on crank pulley ligned up with TDC on the cover before you remove the pulley, don't disturb the crank position by turning the cam/belt when replacing the belt. You can slide the pulley back on withtout tightening it to double check your alignment marks before you button it all back up. Notch on crank is up, one on cam is down.
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