Question about 1990 Ford Escort
Difficulty in replacing the Timing Belt. I have been able to lower the engine to the point that I have removed the Crackshaft bolt however cannot seem to remove the pulley in order to remove and replace the timing belt. There is not enough room to use a puller on the pulley. Any suggestions on removing the pulley or replacing the belt without the pulley being removed?
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Fig. Accessory drive belt routing - 2.4L engines
1. Install the drive belt to the accessory drive pulley.
2. Rotate the drive belt tensioner clockwise.
3. Install the drive belt to the alternator.
4. Ensure the drive belt is properly aligned and seated into the grooves of the accessory drive pulleys.
5. Slowly release the drive belt tensioner
6. Install the engine splash shield.
7. Lower the vehicle.
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