Question about 1990 Nissan Pulsar
1. Disconnect battery.2. make sure the engine is at top dead center(TDC).3. take belts off.4. Remove pulleys,except for the camshaft pulley..5. Remove timing belt cover.At this point you should see the timing belt and also the water pump,if it's not external.I suggest while you have access to the water pump that you replace it.6. loosen timing belt tensioner and and finally remove belt.On the camshaft pulley,there should be a notch,making sure the notch is at the top of the pulley. 7. Tighten the timing belt,but not too tight.7. Installation is reverse of removal.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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