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How do I install a timing belt?

I don't know how to install a timing belt.

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Hello... Try going to www.autozone.com and setup an account for free and view the repair guide for your vehicle. It will have instructions on how to change your timing belt....

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Posted on Apr 27, 2010

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Here's what pictures I have but as far as installing the belt it is VERY detailed. Not only are you lining makes up on your pully's you also need to put the belt on in a certain way. I don't know if you have the new belt but if you look at it you will see a couple of solid white lines and a doted line as well. These need to be put in a certain place as well. Not only do you line up your pully's you line up the belt as well. If you need step by step instructions, email me at csautomotivecars@att.net and I will send you the instructions and procedures and no there won't be a charge. Don't mind helping but remind me of the make, model, year and engine size of your vehicle if you do write. I hope this helps.


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