Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer
For changing a timing belt you do not need to remove the crankshaft or any things else just remove the timing belt cover loos the timing belt expander or timing tensional which will release the belt then mark or see for timing marking of both crank & cam then remove the timing belt & replace with new timing belt which fitting timing belt don't forget to match timing then tight the belt & belt tensional then start the engine if inexperience please don't try please contact the nearest authorized dealer or consult to a good experience mechanic that will help you solve the problem for more queries do write in to us we will help solve your problem till then see ya take care drive safe & do wear your seat belt
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