Question about 1998 Volvo V70
1998 Volvo V70XC Cross Country - 2.5L
Following Volvo standard procedures and process, is it necessary to change the mechanical tensioner when the timing belt is changed?
Specifically this has to do with the 70K service.
You dont have to but yes it should be or else the next time it will have 140K miles on that little bearing/dont forget the idley pully
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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