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What is the tention settings for 1997 hilux 2.8D timing belt

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with the belt off negative side of battery disconnected, check

all pulleys especially the ac compressor pulley, make sure they

turn easily and there is no binding, make sure there is no oil

residue or any other liquid on pulleys. make sure you have the

correct belt size for your car and that the belt layout is correct.
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