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Timing belt broke need to know how to time 1.9 4 cylinder

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  • cfdna5 Jul 03, 2010

    know how to replace belt need to know how to get car back in time

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If your timing belt is broke,you should be looking at a massive repair bill and not worring about how to replace a belt.sorry.adrian,,,,

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  • adrian halligan Jul 05, 2010

    if your looking at the engine side/belt side, you will see little indents on the outside of all gears wheels sometimes you have to look very closely its only a small dot in the metal.now that you have got all of them. Look at caseing behind them each one and you will see another mark/dot line them all up together and fit your belt.Making sure all are lined up together not one tooth out and i mean that they have to be lined up [exact],with that all done recheck if you are happy tighten belt.good luck.adrian,,,,,,,

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