i hope you can help me solving this problem.
i bout one new timing belt and now i dont now how to replace it because i dont have the map to see the correct position,can you please send me any draw or photo to me.its very urgent
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Re: renault kangoo 1.9d timing belt
The easiest way to do the t belt is to remove the alternato belt, the engine mounting, jack up the engine and remove the covers. the camshaft and cranckshaft pulleys are both marked. the camshaft straight up and the crankshaft straight down..
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Just had exactly the same problem with my Kangoo, the bolt had come loose on the bottom crank pulley and the alternator belt came off, unfortunately, as I have found out, this allows the cam belt pulley to move on the shaft and the timing will have slipped and this almost certainly causes damage to valves, pistons etc. I'm just about to strip mine down to find the damage. Not good news but hope it helps to find the problem. Fraser.
I have a Nissan Kubistar which I understand is the same vehicle as Renault Kangoo.
The key fob works perfectly well most of the time then everyone once and while, the key no longer unlocks the vehicle and then the indicators don't work. After some time, the key works again as do the indicators etc.
I have replaced the battery in the key fob but it doesn't seem to have made any difference.